Radfield Homecare

What sort of care do I need?

what sort of care do I need?

Crisis care following a fall or serious illness

If you or a family member have fallen or suffered a stroke, social workers may not be able to allow you to return home until a care package is in place. We can alleviate how stressful this situation is. We understand that on top of dealing with the crisis of the illness or accident, it can be confusing researching what services you need and finding who offers the best care.

Rehabilitation care palliative care live-in care stroke care

 


“I just wanted to thank you and your team for all the kindness and support you gave Al and myself. It was through you that he was able to come home for Christmas, which I will always treasure.”
Gill Lovelock, Chester


 

Companionship and help getting out and about

Often, family members live a considerable distance from their parents and are not just around the corner to drop in for company or to run errands. Knowing that someone you can trust is making a daily call and keeping on top of medication, offers significant peace of mind. A companion who can take your parent to the doctor for an appointment or to go shopping, offers real family support.

Companionship medication support getting out about

 


"Your supervisor Jan, treats my mother as if she was his own mother."
CG, Stafford


 

Respite care and temporary cover

Diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and conditions such as multiple sclerosis and dementia are limiting on the freedom for both the sufferer and their family. Respite care can be arranged if you need to go away for any reason or for a temporary break.

Respite care

 

Specialist and comprehensive care

There are ten million sufferers of arthritis in the UK and help with simple jobs such as changing beds, opening a jar or putting away shopping can make a big difference to managing the condition. Planning your care needs, will help you to maintain independence if you live alone.

If you or your spouse has a condition such as multiple sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease or Parkinson’s Disease which requires comprehensive care, putting a supportive care package in place will ensure that you can comfortably continue living at home.

Diabetes care Parkinson’s Disease care Multiple Sclerosis care Motor Neurone Disease care arthritis care stroke care Alzheimer’s and dementia care night time care physical disabilities care personal care

 


"Radfield have helped me to look after my husband - I couldn't do it on my own. The service is excellent - always offering to do the extra jobs that help us both."
R & BF, Worcester


 

Supporting your independence to continue living at home

As we grow older and become less mobile, help and support can offer you the confidence to continue being independent.

We can take you to medical appointments, visit friends or just get out of the house for a walk in the park. We can help with your meals, keep on top of your medication so that you don’t forget and help liaise with your health care providers.

Planning for your future now, can ensure that you will retain your independence and stay at home for as long as possible.

Getting out and about assisted shopping meal preparation housework and laundry medication support

 


"One never thinks the day will come when we will need good care, but it’s nice to know that when it does, Radfield will be there"
Michael Robbins, Chester


 

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Radfield can arrange home care in almost all circumstances and create tailored packages to your specific needs. Therefore, if you don’t see the exact service you feel that you need, then please contact our office to discuss your options with our helpful and experienced office managers.

A list of all our home care services can be found here

Our specialist home care services are here…

 


Next steps

  1. Read our Creating a care plan so you know what to expect…
  2. Why should you choose Radfield Home Care? read about why we stand out…
  3. Contact your local office by phone, or using our contact form, here…