Home Care in Manchester
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At Cera we work with a number of highly-trained and professional carers in Manchester to ensure we provide our clients with the very best in home care.
Nicola and her team do everything to make sure our clients are comfortable in their own homes. This may simply be through a little home help and companionship but can also extend to more complex healthcare support for individuals with spinal injuries and conditions including dementia, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis.
We first understand the needs of the client and provide the right tailored service and the best possible carer for their personal requirements. Whether disability care, respite care or dementia care, through our home care or nursing services your family member will receive exactly the care they need.
Running a home can be demanding, so let our carers take the pressure. They provide an essential layer of support to keep a home clean, tidy and an enjoyable place to be, whether simply washing up, gardening or cleaning.
It can be often be difficult when ill heath or a lack of mobility interferes with an individual’s independence. To ease this our home carers and nurses can assist with simple everyday tasks including getting dressed, going to the bathroom and bathing.
When an elderly person lives in their own home, sometimes it can be difficult to stay on track with medication and other essentials including healthy eating and drinking water. Not only are our carers trained and fully qualified to administer medication, they also have expertise to create diet plans and advise on the right foods to eat.
Caring for the person and helping out around the house is only one element of the care service we provide. We also make sure our carers offer adequate mental and emotional support through socialising and encouraging those in their care to maintain their independence.
“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
Whatever the needs of the individual our highly trained care professionals are always there to help our clients where they really need it.
Sometimes care is needed round-the-clock. For the elderly, those with disabilities, or simply anyone who needs continued care we make sure we give them the chance to stay in the comfort of their own home. We always ensure our carers not only have the right background and expertise, but they also share the same interests and speak the same language as the individual in their care.
Our elderly care service is focussed on ensuring elderly people can stay in the most important place for as long as possible; at home. Our carers assist with personal tasks, ensure daily hygiene and healthy eating is taken care of and always help out around the home to make it a comfortable and enjoyable place to live.
It’s so important to make sure that elderly people with progressive illnesses never feel like a burden on their loved ones. Our palliative care service is always focussed on making them feel comfortable at home and improving their quality of life.
Our dementia care services focus on ensuring a regular routine is adhered to, and most importantly that anyone suffering with dementia can stay in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of their own home.
After time spent in hospital it’s so important that the right care is provided and that the right atmosphere in the home is maintained on a person’s return. Whatever the reason for the time in hospital, our professional carers understand the steps that need to be taken to make this a reality.
When an individual dedicates their life to care for someone else, they do everything they can to make sure that person lives the best life they possibly can. Often, however, the carer themselves will need some time to rest and recuperate – when this occurs our dedicated carers can step in quickly and pick up any established plans and routines.
Home care means that the person receiving care can do so from the comfort of their own home. They will be in familiar surroundings and will be able to maintain a degree of independence somewhere where they are comfortable and happy.
Whether they require dementia care, palliative care, disability care or live-in care, all the services we offer are tailored to meet their personal needs and requirements. All of our carers will be matched with a client based on their knowledge, experience, and shared interests.
For those receiving care in a residential care home, that person will move permanently to unfamiliar surroundings, with the only option being live-in care. This will remove the flexibility of tailoring the care package around their personal needs.
Home care creates an element of stability in the life of an elderly person, or anyone requiring care. They get to stay in a familiar environment, one full of happy memories.
The home care we provide is tailored to the needs of the individual. This means that our carers only assist where it is needed. This could include a helping hand with the washing up, prompting the taking of medication or helping out with healthy eating.
Home care should always help to ensure an element of independence for that person, helping them to enjoy their lives – whether they enjoy a shopping trip to Market Street, a stroll around Heaton Park, or a visit to nearby Tatton Park – while receiving that extra helping hand at home.
Contact the Elderly Manchester
Contact the Elderly is a national charity in place to help combat loneliness and isolation amongst the elderly. Their work consists of face to face visits as well as tea parties with friends.
Tel: 01925 728969
Manchester Advocacy Hub Older Persons Befriending Service
The older person befriending service from Manchester Advocacy Hub aims to reduce the social isolation that can result from getting older, with volunteers visiting bi-weekly for two hours.
Tel: 0161 214 3939
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