Home Care in North London
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At Cera we work with a number of highly-trained and professional carers in North London, ensuring we provide our clients with the very best in home care.
Chifundo and her team do everything to make sure our clients are both safe and comfortable at home. Our care team are on hand to help around the home and provide companionship but can also offer more complex healthcare support for those that need it. This includes people with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, spinal injuries, dementia and Alzheimer’s.
We always try to ensure our clients can enjoy the quality of life they deserve, from the comfort of their own homes. Every member of the Cera team has the skills and experience to offer the very best care, as well as to assist with socialising and to provide companionship.
Staying on top of day-to-day tasks can sometimes be difficult for anyone that requires care. Our carers are there to give a helping hand at all times, whether that’s cleaning up, washing the dishes or feeding pets.
Sometimes, ill health or a lack of mobility can begin to impact an individual’s independence. To help ease this, our home carers give daily help with a variety of tasks like getting dressed and bathing.
As well as being there to remind clients to take medication, each of our carers and private nurses are fully qualified and trained to administer medication. They can also advise on healthy eating and offer reminders to stay hydrated.
Our carers provide companionship to those in their care as well as home help. This helps our clients to remain social and maintain a sense of independence. Our carers also speak several different languages as well as English, including Romanian, French 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
Our tailored services ensure we provide the very best in home care. Whether that is respite, palliative or dementia care, our dedicated team work to ensure your loved ones get the best home care available.
Enabling clients to remain in the comfort of their own home, our live-in carers provide high-quality, specialist care and companionship round the clock. Each carer is matched to an individual based on specific interests and the skills required.
Most elderly people want to remain in a place that they know and feel comfortable in, and our home care services make this possible. Our carers help with all day-to-day tasks some elderly people may find difficult, to make their home as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.
No one should ever feel like a burden on their loved ones, which can sometimes happen to those living with a progressive illness. We understand this at Cera, which is why our palliative care services focus on making our clients’ homes as comfortable as possible, while helping to improve their quality of life.
Our dementia care services work to ensure those with dementia benefit from regular routine and the familiar surroundings of their own home.
Following a stay in hospital, whether it’s for surgery or treatment for an illness, patients may need help readjusting to life back at home. Our care services ensure this transition runs as smoothly as possible, with carers on hand for as long as they are required.
Being a carer can be demanding work at times. While dedicating your time to ensuring someone else has the best quality of life, it’s incredibly important to take care of yourself too. Our trained care professionals are able to step in and provide respite when needed, without disturbing any established routines.
Central to everything we do at Cera is to ensure anyone requiring care is able to be looked after from the comfort of their own home. Because of this we don’t have a one size fits all approach to care. We match carers to our clients based on specific criteria including location, knowledge and experience. As we operate this tailored approach to care, our costs can vary. You can learn more here about the cost of home care with Cera.
The core objective of home care is to be able to provide the right support for someone to enable them to continue living in their own home. An elderly person or someone suffering with a disability may face a number of challenges when staying at home – it’s the job of our carers to take on these challenges and ensure their home is a comfortable place to live. This can include home help, assistance with taking medication, and could even be 24-hour live-in care. The key factor is that it enables them to retain their independence and continue living in an environment where they feel comfortable.
Care in a residential home requires significant upheaval and will mean your loved one or family member is faced with living in new and unknown surroundings. This also removes the flexibility of tailoring a care package around their specific needs. There’s also no guarantee you’ll be able to find a care home based close to their previous home in North London, which could mean more travelling for family and friends, and an unfamiliar location for your loved one.
A North London based charity providing one to one support at free sports and activity sessions for children with learning difficulties, additional needs and disabilities. They currently cater for over 100 families and provide over 6,000 hours a year of supported care to children with disabilities.
Address: KEEN London, Unit B11, 3 Bradbury Street, London, N16 8JN
Tel: 0207 686 3172
North London Cares
North London Cares is a network of elderly neighbours and young professionals helping each other to cope with the demands of living in London today. Individuals of both age groups can attend social clubs, participate in a matching service, and take part in social outreach.
Address: North London Cares, C/o ND2, Floor One, 1 Triton Square, London NW1 3HG
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