Care UK Support at Home PeterboroughCare and support services from Care UK for people in Peterborough
What does it do?
Our team in Peterborough helps people to live more independently in their own homes.
From our registered service based in the heart of Peterborough, we provide a range of support at home services for a variety of people with very different health and social care needs right across the region. With our support, individuals are able to lead more fulfilling lives within the comfort of their own homes.
The services we offer cater for many different types of health and social care needs. We’re supporting people with learning disabilities to develop life skills, providing daily support for older people and helping those living with dementia to regain more independence than they might have thought possible.
We also provide specialist support for people with acquired brain injuries. These conditions can be extremely traumatic for everyone involved and may include distressing side affects such as personality change and the onset of challenging behaviour. Our team provides sensitive and expert care in supporting people with their recovery.
In everything we do we operate what we call a person centred service. This means getting to understand people’s personalities and how they like to live. This enables us to provide a service which fits in much more closely with people’s chosen lifestyles and centres around reaching desired outcomes. We even match up individuals with their enabler (our word for care or support worker) to make sure both will enjoy one another’s company. This means people get much more than a support worker – they get a companion.
You can see what services we offer in this table. If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our team will be happy to help.
- 24 hour care
- Day or night sitting service
- Domestic support
- Home from hospital support
- Live-in care & support
- Personal care
- Respite care
- Support at home for older people
- Support for people with physical disabilities
Who it is for?
- Older people
- People living with dementia
- People with physical disabilities
- People with sensory impairment
- Adults with specialist needs including learning difficulties
- People living with mental illness
- People living with acquired brain injury (ABI)
- Children and their families