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Autism 
Learning Disabilities 
Mental Health Illnesses 
Physical Disabilities 
Autism 
Learning Disabilities 
Mental Health Illnesses 
Physical Disabilities 
Companionship 
Domiciliary Care 
Home from Hospital 
Personal Care 

Supported Accommodation 

Our supported living services provide innovative and person-centred support enabling people with autism, physical & learning disabilities, mental health illnesses and challenging behaviours to live as independently as possible within their own homes and in the local community. 
 
The support provided is person-centred and specifically tailored to meet every unique need, underpinned by our philosophy that every individual has the right to live the life they choose for themselves. 
 

Mental Health Care 

Our supported living services provide innovative and person-centred support enabling people with autism, physical & learning disabilities, mental health illnesses and challenging behaviours to live as independently as possible within their own homes and in the local community. 
 
The support provided is person-centred and specifically tailored to meet every unique need, underpinned by our philosophy that every individual has the right to live the life they choose for themselves. 
 

Home Care 

Our supported living services provide innovative and person-centred support enabling people with autism, physical & learning disabilities, mental health illnesses and challenging behaviours to live as independently as possible within their own homes and in the local community. 
 
The support provided is person-centred and specifically tailored to meet every unique need, underpinned by our philosophy that every individual has the right to live the life they choose for themselves. 
 

Companionship 

Companionship care is a perfect solution for anyone who doesn’t necessarily need care, but would benefit from regular visits from a friendly face who has a genuine interest in their well-being. With the support of companionship and home help services, you and your loved ones will be able to continue doing the things you love, with a caring companion by your side. 

What support does companionship care provide? 

It’s designed to give you regular company, help around the home, and support to explore new opportunities. 
It doesn’t include aspects of personal care such as bathing, dressing, continence care or medication 

Companionship care is more than just occasional company 

It helps combat loneliness and isolation with regular company and engaging companionship. According to Age UK, almost a million older people can often go for more than a month without speaking to anyone at all and we wholeheartedly share their assertion that no-one should have no-one. 

Companionship and home help at Health Care Access Ltd 

Whether you’d like regular company, transportation, help around the home, or even take up new hobbies – our Carers are committed to providing opportunities for you to explore and experience life to the full. 
 
Our dedicated team of companionship care assistants are joined by their passion on enabling more people to access the life they know and love 
Companionship care also includes ‘home help’ services to support with domestic tasks such as: 
 
Meal preparation 
Laundry 
Ironing 
Cleaning 
Caring for pets 
Errands such as shopping, collecting prescriptions and arranging appointments 
Whether you need someone to drive and accompany you to appointments, or you’d like someone to help you attend hobbies and activities, or even explore new opportunities in your local community, companionship care assistants can help you live the life you know and love. 
 

Domiciliary Care 

Companionship care is a perfect solution for anyone who doesn’t necessarily need care, but would benefit from regular visits from a friendly face who has a genuine interest in their well-being. With the support of companionship and home help services, you and your loved ones will be able to continue doing the things you love, with a caring companion by your side. 
Tasks include: 
 
Personal and continence care 
Managing medication 
Helping to mobilise in and around the home 
Household tasks and meal preparation 
Clinical care, including catheter and stoma management and PEG feeding 
Like live-in care, domiciliary care offers a valuable source of companionship. Seeing a familiar face every day, or a couple of times a week, brings comfort, a feeling of safety and friendship – as with elderly care, this form of social care also benefits mental health, as a care worker will be able to provide the much needed companionship. Care assistants are not just trained in delivering the physical aspects of care, but also offering emotional support, encouragement and reassurance. 
 

Home from Hospital 

Leaving hospital can be a daunting experience. Support with medication, dressings, recuperation or rehabilitation will often require intensive support, with additional support required to supplement district nursing, or community health, teams. 
 
At Healthcare access, we tailor our home from hospital services to suit your individual needs to ensure that you receive the right level of support, when you need it, at any time of the day or night. 
Arranging home from hospital care 
 
Prior to you, or a loved one, leaving hospital we will liaise closely with the hospital team, your GP and the community health teams to understand the level of care and support that you will need and the level of financial support that may be available. Together, we’ll build a care programme that is tailored to your needs and provides you with continuing care and support as you recuperate. 
 
At every stage of your recovery we’ll help and support you as you regain your health, independence and confidence. Please Contact us to learn how we can support you and your loved one. 
 

What is Personal Care? 

Personal care is a broad term used to refer to supporting with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your personal appearance. 
In getting to know you as a person, your care plan will outline your likes and dislikes, the hygiene or beauty products you want to use and what – and who – you feel most comfortable with. Particular tasks, such as cutting nails, shaving and diabetic foot care, will always be outlined in your support plan with specific instructions for your carer. 
 
Each carer is expertly trained to provide personal care in a way that is discreet and respectful of your personal boundaries. They undertake extensive training where they learn the importance of enabling your dignity and independence at all times. 
 
Even though carers are trained to provide all aspects of personal care, there may be some things you’d prefer to do for yourself. A good carer will always give you space when you want it and encourage your independence wherever they can. 
The options for personal care  
 
Like all forms of care, support with personal care is built completely around your individual needs and personal routines. If you like to wash before breakfast, or have a bath before going to bed, a carer will happily follow your schedule, letting you live the way you want. 
 
With home care, you have the choice of having a visiting carer – someone who visits at set times of the day or even overnight – to provide the support you need. If you require ongoing support, it may be best to have a live-in carer, living at home with you. 
 
Many carers support with other tasks in addition to personal care. In fact, they’re also trained to administer medication, help those with limited mobility to move safely around the home (especially using hoists and supports) and can prepare meals, complete household chores and even offer companionship, ongoing support and encouragement. 
 
Please get in touch with our team to find out more about what a carer can support with. 
 
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