Home Care in Lancashire
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At Cera we are dedicated to helping people find the right level of home care for their loved ones and family members.
Nicola and her team work hard to make sure all of our clients are comfortable and feel safe in their own homes. This can be done through general home help or by providing an essential layer of companionship but can also include more complex healthcare support. This includes if your loved one has a condition including dementia, Alzheimer’s or multiple sclerosis or if they have suffered a stroke or a spinal injury.
Our highly-professional care team is committed to ensuring that all of our clients have the best possible quality of life and can remain in the comfortable surroundings of their own home. Our carers are matched with our clients using a specific set of criteria which includes their skill level, expertise and background as well as their interests – this means they will be able to provide the best level of care as well as companionship.
We can provide tailored home care in Lancashire within 24-hours of your first enquiry.
The upkeep of a home can be difficult for anyone, but this can be much harder for someone that’s elderly or living with a disability. Our carers are able to provide help if this is the case, assisting around the home with everything from cleaning and gardening to looking after pets.
Growing old, living with a long-term illness or having mobility problems can sometimes have a huge impact on a person’s health and well-being. To prevent this from happening, our carers can provide daily assistance with washing, bathing and getting dressed for the day.
Our carers will be able to provide your loved one with prompts to ensure all medication is taken on time. They’re also fully qualified and trained to administer medication when needed and can provide both diet and exercise advice too.
What sets us apart from other care agencies in Lancashire is our dedication to providing tailored home care and essential companionship for all of our clients. Each carer is matched to an individual based on skills and shared interests to make this a reality. We also have carers from a variety of backgrounds that speak various languages as well as English, including French, Romanian, and Polish.
“Cera really helped me with finding care immediately when I needed it. The Professional 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
Our home care services are tailored to meet the specific needs and requirements of your loved one, whether they require dementia care, elderly care, live-in care or respite care.
When you have a loved one living with a long-term disability or a progressive illness, sometimes they’ll require 24-hour care. With our live-in care, you can be safe in the knowledge that your loved one has someone to keep them comfortable throughout the day and night.
We ensure that all elderly people in our care can be surrounded by their home comforts for as long as possible. Our carers achieve this by providing day-to-day help around the home with tasks such as washing and cleaning, while also providing companionship care and medication prompting if needed.
We want to ensure that everyone enjoys the best quality of life at all times, which is particularly important if someone is living with a progressive illness. With years of experience, our carers can step in to provide constant care and comfort for your loved one.
When living with dementia, it’s important that each person feels as comfortable as possible at all times. Our carers can help your loved one achieve this through fixed routines, all taking place within the comfort of their own home.
Following a stay in hospital, our carers can ensure your loved one’s home is up and ready for their return, helping to make the hospital-to-home transition as smooth as possible, as well as providing ongoing care.
Making sure you take care of yourself is hugely important when you dedicate your time to care for someone else. In order to provide you with the required time to rest and recuperate, our carers can step in to offer respite care, without causing any disruptions to any established and settled care routines.
With home care, all of the care will be provided from the comfort and familiar environment of an individual’s own home. This means that they can continue to retain their independence and live their life in the same way they’ve always done, just with a little helping hand at home.
Our range of home care services are flexible and will be tailored to the specific needs of the individual – this means that care will only be provided in the specific areas that they need it. This could include simple help around the home, assistance with hygiene and taking medication, or could encompass more specialist healthcare. It all depends on the needs of that person.
When it comes to residential care, this involves moving your family member to an unfamiliar environment. This would cause significant upheaval to their life and may impact on their independence. It also means that the only choice of care would be permanent live-in care, without the possibility of tailoring the care package around their individual needs.
The home care services we provide in Lancashire and throughout the UK are award-winning.
We guarantee a specific level of care, by only working with the top 10% of carer applicants. This means that we only work with carers that are highly-professional and expertly-trained.
Our selection process is also extremely rigorous. All of the carers that apply to work with us are subject to detailed background checks, while we always insist that they have at one years’ experience in a professional domiciliary setting.
Working with local governments, health organisations, charities and not for profit organisations to improve the range of services offered to disabled people in the Lancashire area. They provide advice in a variety of areas including benefits, training, and computer skills.
Address: Disability First, Blackpool Centre for Independent Living, 259 Whitegate Drive, Blackpool, FY3 9JL
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