Home Care in Norfolk
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At Cera we work with a number of highly trained and professional carers within Norfolk.
Krisztina and her team make sure all of our clients are comfortable, safe and happy at home. Our care team is on hand to assist around the home, provide companionship and support our clients wherever they need it. They can also offer more complex healthcare support when required to care for conditions including dementia, multiple sclerosis or Alzheimer’s. They can even provide specialist care for those that have suffered a stroke or a spinal injury.
The service we provide is always tailored to cater for the specific needs and requirements of the client and their loved ones. We match our carers with each of our clients using a selection of criteria including their experience, training, qualifications, personality and location. This enables us to provide the highest quality of care, as well as being companions for those in our care.
We are also able to provide tailored home care services within 24-hours of your initial enquiry.
To relieve your loved one of the stresses of running a home, our carers will assist with various household tasks. Whether it’s cleaning, washing the dishes, gardening or helping to feed pets, our carers are always on hand to help.
When issues like ill health or mobility problems enter a person’s life, sometimes their personal care can be affected. We don’t want this to happen, which is why our carers provide help with daily tasks like going to the toilet, washing, and getting dressed.
There’ll be no worries about your loved one forgetting to take their medication when our care team are on hand. Providing helpful reminders to take medication, as well as to eat healthily and stay hydrated, our private nurses and carers are also trained and qualified to administer medication.
We want your loved one to feel as comfortable as possible when receiving home care. In order to do this our carers are matched to each client based on skills and shared personal interests, helping to promote emotional and mental well-being. Our carers can also speak several languages as well as English, such as Romanian, Polish and French.
“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
Whether helping after a return from hospital, or providing elderly, disability or palliative care, our expertly trained care professionals will be there to assist our clients with whatever they need.
Providing round-the-clock care, our live-in care is essential if your loved one requires assistance throughout the day and night. We match our carers to each client based on their shared personal interests, ensuring they’ll be able to provide care on every level to make your loved one feel comfortable 24-hours a day.
Staying in their own home is hugely important for many elderly people. We work to make this a reality for as many people as possible, providing everything from daily help around the home to administering medication.
No one wants their loved one to feel like a burden. Unfortunately, this can happen when someone is living with a progressive illness. Our specialist carers can step in to provide expert care at all times, to ensure you loved one is relaxed, comfortable and happy.
Following a fixed routine is key to helping many people living with dementia. Our highly-trained and professional carers do this all within the comfort of the client’s own home, with the aim of helping them stay there for as long as possible.
To ensure your loved one has a smooth transition when returning from hospital, our carers can step in to make sure their house is just right for when they arrive. They can even provide care for as long as it is needed afterwards, to ensure they’re comfortably back on their feet.
If you’re dedicating your time to care for a loved one, it’s so important to make sure you care for yourself too. To guarantee that you can get the required time to rest and recuperate, our carers can step in as and when required without hindering any established care routines.
Caring for someone in their own home creates an element of stability in their life. It also ensures that they can retain as much of their independence as possible.
They are able to stay in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of their own home. With someone on hand to help them as and when they need it, they will also feel safe and secure that there is someone there with them.
The tailored home care we provide means that the care is only administered as and when it’s needed in the specific areas that it is required. This wouldn’t be the case if your loved one was moved to a residential care home for example.
We also ensure that our carers can encourage the mental and emotional well-being of those in their care. This is done through socialising and regular interacting.
At Cera we provide home care in a variety of locations in Norfolk, specifically in and around Norwich.
To understand the locations within the county where we are able to provide home care or live-in care, simply enter your postcode in the box above. We will then provide you with details of the carers in your location. You will then be able to book a consultation with us to define the type of care required for your loved one.
West Norfolk Disability Information Service
To promote the interests of disabled people within the community, through information and advice, assistance, advocacy and disability awareness training.
Address: 14 Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE30 1JN
Tel: 01553 782558
Community Action Norwich
A centre that works with older people in the local community. They provide various services and activities including a befriending programme, lunch clubs, a day centre and seasonal outings.
Address: 2 Martineau Lane Norwich, NR1 2HX
Tel: 01603 617771
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