Home Care in Chichester
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Fiona and our Chichester care team do all that they can to ensure each of our customers receive the quality of life they deserve from the comfort of their own homes. Our services include home help and companionship, right the way through to more complex healthcare for people with conditions such as dementia, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s. We are also able to put tailored home care in place for anyone who has suffered a stroke or a spinal injury. Every member of our care team has the knowledge, skills and experience to provide the very best care, as well as the interpersonal skills to help with socialising and to offer essential companionship.
Keeping a home running can be hard work, so let our care team ease the pressure. They will provide the necessary help to keep your loved one’s home clean and as comfortable as possible.
Ill health, reduced mobility and old age can often impact an individual’s ability to look after their own personal care and hygiene. If this is the case for your loved one, our care team will be able to help with daily tasks like washing, getting dressed and using the toilet.
Our carers can help give you essential peace of mind to know that your loved one is staying on top of their medication. They will be on hand to provide prompts when required and are also fully-trained and qualified to administer medication.
To guarantee quality of care, our carers are matched with our customers using criteria including knowledge, experience, personality and shared interests. This means that they can help to provide mental and emotional support as well as day-to-day help around the home.
“Cera really helped me with finding care immediately when I needed it. The carers were reliable and I cannot thank them enough for helping me in an urgent situation.”
Sally Daughter of Customer
“Called them and got immediate response from someone who understood my needs.”
Nick Son of Customer
We provide home care in Chichester that can be adapted and tailored to meet the exact needs of your loved one. Whether they require live-in care, palliative care, dementia care or disability care, all of their personal care and medical needs will be looked after.
If your loved one requires round-the-clock support, our live-in care offers a solution that ensures they can stay in the comfortable surroundings of their own home. Our carers are assigned to our customers based on their skill set and interests to ensure they deliver the highest level of care, as well as offering essential companionship. Our specialist live-in and home care in Chichester includes:
Our professional carers do all that they can to help our elderly customers stay in their homes for as long as possible. They will assist with everything from day-to-day household help to medication assistance and companionship.
The last thing anyone deserves when living with a progressive illness is to feel like a burden to their loved ones. Our expert palliative carers will help your loved one to be as comfortable as possible at home, while ensuring that they have high quality of life.
Our Chichester care team has a number of specialist dementia carers with years of experience in the field. They will focus on consistency of place and routine and will do all that they can to keep your loved one in the familiar environment of their own home.
When anyone returns from hospital, ensuring a smooth transition is crucial. This is even more so, when they require ongoing care. Our specialist post-discharge carers will make sure that this is a reality and will provide tailored live-in care for your loved one for as long as it is needed.
Our highly professional and expert carers have the knowledge and experience to care for people with a wide range of disabilities. Whether your loved one has a long-term condition or a short-term physical disability, we can tailor the care to keep them safe, happy and comfortable.
You simply must look after your own health and well-being when you dedicate your life to the care of someone else. When you need to take a break to rest and recuperate, our care team can put in place respite care to ensure your loved one receives the best care possible in your absence.
The home care that we provide, helps our customers to retain an element of stability in their lives. We ensure that they can stay in a familiar environment, surrounded by the things that matter to them. Our care can also be tailored, which means that our carers will assist in the areas that it is needed. This could encompass medical assistance, advice on healthy eating and exercise, or assistance with daily hygiene and washing. The importance of home care is that it helps that person to retain as much independence as possible, ensuring that they can spend time with loved ones while receiving an extra helping hand at home.
We know how quickly circumstances can change when it comes to the physical and mental health of your loved one. Because of this, we ensure that we can provide tailored home care within 24-hours of an initial enquiry.
West Sussex Disabled People’s Association
Providing information, advice and services to disabled people throughout West Sussex.
Parents and Carers Support Association (PASCO)
A local charity that supports children with disabilities, their families and their carers in the Chichester and Arun districts of West Sussex.
Address: Chichester Access Group, PO Box 695, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 9NE
Tel: 07818 688490
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