Our Approach

Our experienced nurse-led teams will work to build a care package that is person-centred and meets the individual’s health and social needs.

Whether you are needing to put in place long-term care for someone in their own home, or short-term care whilst your client awaits transfer to a new setting, we can provide the support you need.

  • A care plan assessment.
  • Understand the client’s care needs.
  • A tailored Personal Care Plan.
  • Fully trained staff with the skills needed to deliver your bespoke care plan.
  • Access to a dedicated Manager who will manage your care delivery.
  • 24/7 wrap-around care.
  • Waking night service.

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One Of Our Senior Team Today.

Benefits Of
Care At Home

Most people with complex care needs want to live at home and as normal a life as possible.  Receiving care at home tends to enable them to have stronger bonds with their families and loved one but there are lots of other benefits too including:

  • Closer relationships to family, siblings, friends and
    even pets.
  • Privacy and dignity enhanced.
  • Familiar surroundings and routines.
  • Allows a person to live a more independent life.
  • Provides one-to-one care from professional carers.
  • Flexibility to choose the kind of care you receive
    and how often.
  • Personalised care plans that can change with your needs.
  • Being at home tends to be calmer with less disruptions
  • A regular team who you with know.
  • It can significantly improve quality of life.
  • Allow you to socialise and attend education, work and clubs.

Here’s What People Say About Us..

“As a service, they are committed to patient-centred care, working with families to deliver bespoke care.”

“It’s a weight off my mind knowing she is receiving professional care and can stay at home.”

“His dementia was getting worse and we didn’t want him to go into care home.”

We Love Caring
Effective Nurse-led
Complex Care Services

Our Complex Care Team provide high quality, nurse-led care for all ages including infants, children, teenagers and adults (including elderly). Mostly in home environments but also in other settings.