Care For People With Sensory Loss
We understand that having a sensory disability can make you feel isolated from the outside world and that a small amount of encouragement and assistance can go along way.
Whether your disability is recent or you have been living with it for many years, we have the skills to assist you to live your life to the full.
Examples of how we help people with Sensory Disability
The aim at Complete Care Services is to treat everyone as an individual. We will tailor our service to meet your needs, here are a few examples of how we can help:
Independence. That you may need just that extra bit of support to remain independent, such as having somebody to call round once a week to help with your washing or ironing, or maybe help with the cleaning.
Help at meal times. To assist with meal preparation or to make you a meal. Yourself or your family member may have a poor appetite and require a support worker to stay with them and encourage them to eat. Or you, or your family member may need help to eat; this is also something we can arrange.
Taking medication. All of our support workers are trained to administer medication in tablet and cream form. Some of our support workers are also able to administer eye drops.
Shopping. Our support workers can collect your pension and do your shopping, you can accompany the carers or stay at home; this is your choice.
Personal Care. Help and support with personal care such as helping you to the use the toilet or commode, help to get out of bed in the morning and washed and dressed, assistance to shower or bath, or assistance to go back to bed, then our support workers will provide you with a first-class service.
All of our support workers have been trained to use moving and handling equipment such as hoists, bath chairs and slide sheets. We can provide two support workers if it is required, or we can work along side a main carer, such as a family member.
Complete Care Services does not just provide a "care" service; we are concerned with a persons holistic needs. This is why we have introduced goal setting; this gives you the opportunity to set your own goals, which our support workers will help you to achieve. These goals could be anything you wish, see below for a few examples:
NB: All of these examples give only a brief outline, in reality the support workers would take the time to work with you and break these down into manageable steps.
We have a wide range of support workers, who have experience working with people who suffer from a variety of illnesses, including MS sufferers, people with spinal injuries, Parkinsn's disease and many others. For example, if you have suffered a stroke and would like a support worker who has experience in this area, let us know and we will match your needs to an appropriate group of support workers.
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