Home Care in Oxford
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Fiona and her team provide everything from home help, support and companionship. This can also include more complex healthcare support for those suffering with conditions including dementia, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and for those that have suffered a stroke or an injury to their spine.
Each member of the Cera team is passionate about and dedicated to making sure that each of our clients has the best chance of enjoying the quality of life they deserve from their own home, regardless of their personal or medical needs.
The home care services we provide in Oxford and the surrounding areas can all be tailored to the specific needs of each of our clients. We can even provide tailored care within 24-hours of your initial enquiry.
It’s this dedication to providing the very highest level of care that we believe sets us apart from other care agencies in the area.
Looking after a home can be hard work for most people, but can become particularly difficult for the elderly, and those that require regular care. To ensure your loved one’s home is a comfortable place to live at all times, our carers can provide essential day-to-day help, which includes everything from cleaning and tidying, to feeding pets and garden maintenance.
When someone is living with a long-term illness, or has mobility problems, it can have a huge impact on their personal hygiene and independence. With the help of our carers we can prevent this from happening, helping with various daily tasks such as getting ready for the day, as well as washing and bathing.
Taking medication on time each day can become difficult for some people, which is where our carers can step in to help. They will provide daily prompts when it comes to taking medication, as well as ensuring your loved one eats regularly and stays hydrated. Each carer is also trained and qualified to administer medication if or when required.
Alongside day-to-day help, medication prompting and everyday care, our carers provide mental and emotional support too. We ensure this can be done by matching each carer to an individual based on skills and interests, helping to encourage independence through socialising.
“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 their own specialism and area of expertise, as well as years of experience and knowledge, our carers can provide a range of home care services to your loved one.
For those with long-term disabilities or progressive illnesses, round-the-clock care may be the best course of action. To provide essential support, our live-in carers will be on hand to look after your loved one and ensure they’re as comfortable as possible at all times. Our carers speak various languages as well as English, including French, Romanian and Polish, ensuring they can be companions and friends to those in their care.
When it comes to elderly people in our care, we want to ensure they’re surrounded by their own comforts for as long as possible. Helping with this can be as simple as ensuring there’s someone to help with the running of the home. Our carers are able to assist with daily tasks such as washing up, cleaning, and everything in-between.
Those who experience long-term progressive illnesses often require constant care. This can lead to many feeling like a burden to their loved ones. We ensure this isn’t the case by helping with daily care and providing each person with the required comfort to guarantee the best quality of life.
Our dementia care is provided by highly trained carers, who know just what it takes to make our clients as comfortable as possible. Adhering to safe and helpful routines, their aim is to keep each person in their own home, surrounded by their own possessions, for as long as possible.
Whether it’s after recovering from a long illness or an operation, coming home from hospital can sometimes be problematic. To make everything as smooth as possible, our carers can prepare that person’s home for their return and be on hand to provide care for as long as it’s required.
Taking care of a loved one can be hard work at times, especially when you’ve not had time to rest yourself. To help you recuperate our care team can provide respite care without causing any disruptions to established routines.
Start by contacting us by completing an initial enquiry. We will then arrange for a registered nurse to run a consultation with the aim of defining the care needs of your loved one.
As we always ensure we provide care that is tailored to the needs of the individual it is essential that we gain a full understanding of their requirements from this consultation. This will also make sure that everyone involved is happy with the level and type of care that is needed.
Once this has taken place you’ll have the chance to look through our list of professional and highly-trained carers to ensure you choose the one you feel will be best suited to your loved one.
When our carers go through our rigorous selection process, one thing we always look for is that they have the ability to provide companionship and form close bonds with those in their care. The language that they speak is always vitally important. Our carers in Oxford speak a number of languages as well as English, including French, Polish and Romanian.
A place for disabled people of all ages to have fun, socialise and learn to live. Activities include a youth club, adult days, cooking clubs and themed nights.
Address: Menmarsh Road, Worminghall, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9JZ
Tel: 01844 338380
Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity
Activities put on for elderly people in association with Age UK include dancing, tai chi, aerobics, golf and seated exercise.
Address: Oxford City Council, Direct Services, Horspath Road, Oxford, OX4 2RH
Tel: 01865 252676
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