Home Care in Westminster
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Chifundo and her team do everything to make sure our clients are safe and comfortable in their own homes. The service the Cera team provides can simply include help around the home and companionship but can also extend to more complex healthcare support. This applies to those suffering with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, spinal injuries, dementia and Alzheimer’s, as well as those that have suffered a stroke.
Our team is on hand to always make sure our clients have the chance to enjoy the quality of life they deserve from the comfortable surroundings of their own home. Every member of the team has the expertise, experience and knowledge to ensure we can provide the very best care, as well as to assist with socialising and to provide companionship.
We can even offer tailored care within 24-hours of your first enquiry.
Our carers are able to provide a helping hand when needed, to assist with the daily demands of running a home. This can include help with washing clothes, cleaning and tidying, as well as gardening.
If your loved one has mobility issues or a long-term health condition, then it can have a serious impact on their independence, personal care and hygiene. Our home care provides essential help through day-to-day assistance with tasks such as bathing and going to the bathroom.
Ensuring medication is taken on time is extremely important, meaning our carers are always on hand to give a helpful reminder. Each of our carers are fully trained and qualified to administer medication too. They can also advise on diet and exercise regimes, while prompting those in their care to stay hydrated.
We ensure that all of our carers can build lasting relationships with those in their care by encouraging socialising and companionship. Our carers speak several languages as well as English, including French, Romanian and Polish.
“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
With highly-trained care professionals on hand, your loved one will receive the best care available at all times.
When someone requires round-the-clock care, a live-in carer is often the best solution, allowing the individual to remain in their own home. Each care professional is matched on a person by person basis, to ensure shared interests, which helps to build companionship as well as the providing the best care.
We provide a number of care services for the elderly. Helping to create an essential layer of support at all times, our carers will assist with a number of day-to-day tasks to make each person’s home as comfortable and easy to live in as possible.
Those living with a progressive illness often require a lot of help and support. This can sometimes result in them feeling like a burden to their loved ones. Our home carers and private nurses ensure this never happens by providing expert care to guarantee comfort, while maximising quality of living.
People with dementia require familiar surroundings and regular routine. Our expert and professional carers are trained to provide this, while helping each person stay in their own home for as long as possible.
Following a stay in hospital, the return home can sometimes be a difficult transition. Our carers are able to get everything in place for a patient’s return to ensure everything runs smoothly.
One thing many caregivers often neglect is to care for themselves. Our highly-trained and skilled carers are able to step in at any time, without disturbing any fixed routines, to provide help for both you and your loved one.
The best care for a person will depend on their individual circumstances.
Home care has several advantages. The care can be provided from the comfort of their own home, meaning there is no need to uproot that person to unfamiliar surroundings. They can adhere to as much of their normal daily routine as is reasonably possible.
We also don’t provide a one size fits all approach to the care we offer. We make sure it is tailored to cater for the needs of the individual person, their home and in line with the wishes of their loved ones.
To help us understand how we can best care for someone, we first run an initial consultation with a specialist nurse to determine the requirements of that person and to define how home care could help them.
Ensuring someone can be cared for from the comfort of their own home creates stability in their life. It gives them the chance to stay in familiar surroundings where they feel comfortable, as well as helping them retain their independence.
Westminster Shopper Service (Westway CT)
A minibus shopping service for elderly and disabled residents of Westminster. The minibus will pick up residents, drive them to the shopping centre, allow them time to shop, before dropping them off back home.
Address: Westway CT, 240 Acklam Road, London, W10 5YG
Tel: 020 8964 4928
One Westminster has been working with people with learning disabilities and providing support since 1996. They enable people with learning disabilities the opportunity to overcome social isolation and learn new skills by volunteering with local organisations and businesses.
Address: One Westminster, 37 Chapel Street, London NW1 5DP
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