Palliative Care

Palliative care is supporting people with a life-limiting illness. It can sometimes be called “supportive care”.

Our aim is to help your loved one have a good quality of life. Palliative care covers a lot of areas, like managing pain, etc, however, our job is to help with social care. This can include (but is not limited to) help with washing, dressing or eating. We understand the sensitivity of the situation – we make sure you only receive help from our best trained and experienced carers.

Palliative care is very often provided alongside medical treatment – we can help your loved one get to appointments too. If you care for an ill person yourself it is very important you stay in touch with your friends and get out when you can. This is where we can step in and help you keep the right balance in your own life.

Help when you need it

Daytime visits

Daytime visits provide support for you from 1h up to all day long.

Overnight care

Depending on your needs our carers can be awake throughout the night or on-call and able to assist when needed.

24/7 Live-in care

Our live-in care services give you 24/7 support, providing a better alternative to care home.

Specialised care

Our carers have experience with a number of conditions

Personal care

Respite care

Dementia and Alzheimers

Companionship

Mobility

Palliative care

Elderly care

Stroke

Physical Disability

Learning disabilities

Reablement / post-surgery

Book your care assessment

Get in touch

Leave your details and we’ll contact you to answer any questions and schedule your care assessment at your convenience. Alternatively you can call 01733 857740 or send an email to [email protected]

Home Assessment

We will agree a time to come and visit you in your own home. We will take the time to fully understand your care needs, and provide recommendations as to what type of care is required.

Care delivery

Once agreed, we will begin to deliver the care. Whether hourly, live-in, or night care, we will endeavour to deliver the best possible care.