What is specialist care?

If you or your loved one are managing multiple health conditions, you could benefit from complex care. Complex care is ongoing specialised support that helps individuals dealing with multiple, chronic or significant health issues to live fulfilling and active lives. If you or your loved one could benefit from specialist care in Romford then this blog post is for you. Read on to discover how our complex care services can enrich and improve life for your family. 

Understanding complex care

Specialist care is designed to support those who are managing long-term health conditions. These can include mental illnesses and physical disabilities. For example, people who are dealing with spinal cord injuries, respiratory conditions, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis or brain damage may require regular assistance managing their symptoms or handling day-to-day activities. The help of a compassionate and professional carer can enable a person to enjoy a higher quality of life and retain their independence as much as possible. 

Specialist care in the comfort of your home

Our goal is to help people with chronic conditions live well in the place they love most; their home. Rather than moving into a care home, our services ensure you or your loved one can remain in the place you feel safe and comfortable. We understand that every person and situation is unique which is why we tailor our care services to meet both specific and changing needs. 

With help from our expert carers, your family can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that your loved one is in experienced hands and receiving the high-quality care they deserve. 

Who can benefit from complex care?

Anyone living with a progressive illness or dealing with a chronic injury can benefit from complex care. Our highly-trained carers can assist with a range of different health conditions and symptoms including, but not limited to the following: 

  • bowel and stoma care
  • Huntington’s
  • tracheostomy care
  • motor neurone disease
  • Parkinson’s
  • strokes.

How can we help you?

We pride ourselves on being able to offer high-quality care in the familiarity of you or your loved one’s home whenever you need us. Our specially trained carers can support you in a way that meets your family’s needs. For example, our visiting care service provides dedicated home care on an hourly basis. This enables you to choose when and how often you receive support. Our dedicated carers are happy to come in a few times a week or for several hours a day to help prepare meals, complete housework, accompany you to appointments and more. 

We also provide respite care. Respite care is designed to be provided on a temporary basis when a person’s regular carer is away. Many full-time carers are family members and respite care allows them some much-needed time off to recharge their batteries. Our respite care services ensure your loved one receives the complex care they need even when you can’t be there. 

Get in touch 

We would love to provide you or your loved one with the specialist care you deserve. If you have any questions about our services or would like to find out more, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our professional team looks forward to discussing your specific needs and how we can help.