Nothing is too much trouble for them and constantly deliver the best care and support.
Bob Arnold (Margaret’s husband)
Newton Abbot

Caring for someone with a neurological condition

Our experienced nurse-led teams care for people of all ages with neurological conditions at varying stages. Some of the people we support had an abrupt ‘one off’ event which resulted in an acquired brain injury whilst others have congenital, hereditary/genetic neurological conditions that evolve over many years. There are hundreds of different neurological conditions from the more common to the very rare with enormous variations in how symptoms affect people’s lives.

Conditions we care for include:

  • Spinal Cord injury
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Lock-in syndrome
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Cerebral Palsy

Personalised care for people with
brain injuries or neurological conditions

For those with the greatest complexity it can affect their ability to communicate, walk, think, swallow or breathe and therefore, their ability to live independently, achieve personal ambitions or work.   Therefore, we understand that each individual’s needs will vary, so our care plans are specifically tailored to meet the care and well-being needs of that person. 

Our care teams are fully trained and have specialist skills to ensure they can support and care for people with complex neurological conditions at home using appropriate specialist equipment. 

Please do book a call or get in touch with us if you have a loved one
that you are looking for care for in the Devon area.

Benefits of Care at home

Caring for someone in familiar surroundings can make it easier for both the person with challenging behaviours but there are also many other benefits including:

  • Maintain relationships with family, siblings, friends and even pets.
  • More privacy and dignity at home.
  • Familiar surroundings and routines.
  • Allows a person with a neurological condition 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 and peaceful.
  • A regular team who you know.
  • It can significantly improve quality of life.
  • Allow you to socialise and attend education, work and clubs.