Home Care, Domiciliary Care, Live-in CareElderly Care,Home Care,Domiciliary Care,Dementia Care,Free Care
What does it do?
Elderly Care Service offers a full range of personal care assistance including
- Long term care – An affordable alternative to residential or nursing home admission
- Hospital to Home – To assist you settle back into your familiar surroundings whilst offering a high level of support
- Specialist care - For those suffering from a physical disability, permanent injury or long term physical condition such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson disease
- Respite Care – To allow a family member to take a break from full-time care
- Dementia care – For those suffering from Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia
- Holiday Care – To accompany you on your break within the UK or abroad
- Live-in Care - For those who needs someone to be with them during the day and night, whilst maintaining a high level of independence
- Social Companionship – For those who are reassured by having someone there with them
- Domestic tasks - To support you with the activities of everyday life including:
- - Assistance around the home such as laundry, meal preparation and cooking, washing up etc
- Pet care assistance – looking after your pet
- Help with washing, bathing and dressing
- Continence management
- Changing of catheter bags
- Pressure area care
- Paying service users bills, collecting pension
Who it is for?
- Elderly people
- People with Physical Disabilities
- People with Learning disabilities
- People with Mental Health problems
- Those with Drug and Alcohol problem
- The very sick or Terminally Ill
- Care/Respite for the Carers
Where it is available?
Local service (Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield, Bradford, Calderdale).
What it costs:
From £7 for half hour call
Professional advise available on how to fund care through local council or privately
How to access or apply for it:
If you would like one of our senior staff to visit you ( without obligation) to discuss your personal needs, or would like more detailed information on any of our services, please call: 0113 234 1660 or Free Phone 0800 032 1066. Or by visiting our website at www.elderlycare-services.co.uk for further information
What to expect then:
On receiving a request for a care package, a care manager will contact the potential service user or their representative to arrange an appointment to meet at a mutually suitable time. The representative of the service user’s choice will be encourage to attend the initial meeting. The initial meeting will be geared to actively engage the service user and their representative in the construction of the care plan.The care plan will be the centre of all care provided and will contain all relevant information necessary to provide an excellent standard of care.
Info last updated:
Unity Business Centre, 26 Roundhay Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS7 1AB