Finding Ocean Healthcare meant she could stay at home, something we all (her family) felt really strongly about.
Philip Williams

Caring for someone who requires extra support with a disability or
mobility need

Caring for patients with mobility issues presents a unique set of challenges.  These challenges can be as a result of an injury, a chronic condition like muscular dystrophy or Parkinson’s, an amputation or the kind of limited mobility that comes with old age.

At Ocean Healthcare, our skilled and professional carers are here to help you or your loved one thrive and support can include:

  • Assisting with moving around the home and in and out of bed.
  • Personal care.
  • Assisting with feeding.
  • Helping them get out and exercise.
  • Supporting attendance to work and joining with social and community activities.

Personalised care for people
with Disability and mobility needs

At Ocean Healthcare we don’t believe that disability and mobility should stop someone from thriving.  We work closely with the individual to devise a personal care plan that not only cares for their clinical needs but also looks at what they want to achieve daily or a special future aim in a safe and productive way.

We therefore, see that our role as carers is as much about supporting and enable a person to achieve their best life as well as caring for their medical needs.

Please do book a call or get in touch with us if you or a loved one
living in the Devon area has a disability or mobility care or support need.

Benefits of Care at home

Being at home in familiar surroundings can offer so many including:

  • Adapted living for your specific needs.
  • Maintain relationships with family, friends and even pets.
  • Greater privacy and dignity at home.
  • Being at home tends to be calmer with peaceful.
  • Offers greater independence and improve quality of life.
  • Care at home would be one-to-one care and personalised.
  • Flexibility to choose the kind of care you receive and how often.
  • A regular team who you know.
  • Allow you to socialise and attend education, work and clubs.