Home Care in Peterborough
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At Cera we work with a number of highly-trained and professional carers in Peterborough, enabling us to offer the highest quality of home care for your family member or loved one.
Krisztina and her team do everything to make sure all of our clients are comfortable, happy and safe in their own homes. They provide support and home help as and when it is needed and also build close bonds with those in their care. The services they provide also include more complex healthcare support for people with conditions including multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer’s and for those that have suffered a stroke.
We are dedicated to making sure that all of our clients are able to enjoy the best possible quality of life, irrespective of their personal care requirements. All of the Cera team have the knowledge, skills and expertise to offer the very best care.
We can even provide tailored home care within 24-hours of your initial enquiry. The level of care we offer helps set us apart from the other care agencies in Peterborough.
Our care is designed to help those who may find it difficult to maintain their own home. Providing help with various types of housework such as cleaning, gardening and even feeding pets, our carers will make your loved one’s home as comfortable as possible.
When living with ill health or a lack of mobility, an individual’s personal care can often be affected. To stop this from happening, our carers will assist with a variety of daily tasks like washing, going to the bathroom, and getting ready for the day.
An important part of daily life for many people, it can often be easy to forget to take medication. Our expert team of carers are on hand to provide prompts when needed and are also trained and qualified to administer medication if required. They can even provide prompts when it comes to eating and staying hydrated, as well as advising on exercise routines.
In order to assist your loved one in every element of their day-to-day life, our carers aim to provide companionship alongside their regular care. This is achieved through regular socialising, and by offering mental and emotional support. We also work with carers from various backgrounds, with carers speaking languages as well as English such as Polish, Romanian, 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 you’re looking for respite care, live-in care or dementia care we tailor our home care to the specific needs of each of our clients.
If your loved one requires assistance round-the-clock, then our home carers can provide 24-hour live-in care, helping them through the day and night with a number of household and personal care tasks. Each carer is matched to an individual based on skills and personal interests to encourage friendship and emotional support.
From administering medication, to helping out around the home, our carers provide the highest quality of elderly home care, in order to keep your loved one comfortable at all times.
Progressive illnesses can require a lot of care, which can often leave those living with them feeling like a burden to their families. To prevent this, our care team provide expert care to ensure comfort, and the highest quality of life for your loved one.
With several years of experience working with people with dementia, our specialist carers know just what it takes to ensure the utmost quality of life. Providing helpful routines within familiar surroundings, they’ll do everything they can to keep your loved one in their own home for as long as possible.
Our carers can provide expert help for an individual both before and after their return from hospital. They do this by ensuring the house is perfect for when your loved one gets back, before providing care and assistance for as long as it’s required afterwards.
If you dedicate your life to care for a loved one, you’ll also need to take proper care of yourself too. Our carers can step in to provide respite care, ensuring you have the required time to rest and recuperate, without causing any disruptions to fixed care routines.
The best care for an individual will always depend on their personal care requirements.
There are several advantages to home care. As the name suggests, all elements of the care provided will be done so from the comfort of the client’s own home. This means that they get to stay in comfortable and familiar surroundings; they can retain as much independence as possible and continue doing aspects of their normal routine.
The care provided will only be in the specific areas they need it. This tailored approach will be individual to that client and in line with the wishes of their family and loved ones.
At Cera, before developing a care package for our clients we first run an initial consultation with a specialist Care Manager. This helps us to determine the personal care needs of that person and define how home care could best help them.
A number of the carers that work for Cera speak other languages as well as English. These can include French, Polish and Romanian. If language skills are an important requirement for you and your loved one, this can be established at the initial consultation.
Peterborough Wellbeing Service
A service run by Peterborough Council providing information about a variety of things affecting the elderly and tackling the problem of loneliness. They are able to point people in the right direction for a range of services including nutrition and exercise classes, befriending services and mental health support.
Address: Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1 1HF
Tel: 01733 342683
A project, that is part of Disability Peterborough, it is in place to promote leisure activities and inclusive sport within Peterborough and the local area.
Address: Amilly House, 88 South Street, Stanground, PE2 8EZ
Tel: 01733 330 815
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