We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality clinical and personal care to enable our clients to live their lives as they choose.
When working with children and younger teenagers, we focus on supporting families in their primary carer role, including finding ways to facilitate family life for every member of the family. For older clients, our support often includes assisting them to continue with paid or voluntary work.
We focus on providing care that maximises independence for our clients. Often that means identifying tools and techniques to assist with the muscle and movement control issues associated with cerebral palsy - from simple changes in routine, to introducing more involved systems to enable clients to control their environment.
There’s no one size fits all – that’s why we take a holistic approach to care to ensure we have a full understanding of our clients’ individual needs, both clinical and personal.
We make the effort to design a plan that reflects our client’s hobbies, goals, and aspirations for the future. We’ll then also take the time to personality match our clients with the right personal care assistants providing their day-to-day care.
All of our personal care assistants receive training specific to the needs of their client, and we also work alongside specialists and healthcare professionals, including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, GPS, hospitals, to ensure the support we provide is suitable.
We also know that things can change over time, so, through regular monitoring and review, we make sure that we’re always delivering the most appropriate and cost effective support to all of our clients.