Three easy steps to live-in care
1. Get in Touch
Contact our expert care team today and we will be very happy to discuss your requirements with you.
2. Arrange a Home Visit
One of our qualified Care Managers will arrange a home visit. This is so we can conduct a full and thorough assessment in order to create a carefully personalised care plan.
3. Commence Care
Your Care Manager will then work with our experienced bookings team to match the best possible live-in carer. Often, the next day.
Funding complex care needs
Eligibility for NHS-funded continuing care is normally determined by the local clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
To be eligible for NHS Complex Healthcare, an individual’s main or primary need must relate to their health. If their primary reason for needing care relates to their health, the NHS is responsible for providing for these care needs. A complex medical condition that requires significant intervention and ongoing support is likely to be assessed as requiring complex care. This also applies to end-of-life (or palliative) care if the condition is deteriorating rapidly.
For those that are not eligible for NHS-funded care, funding may be available through the social care budget which is managed and arranged by local authorities (councils). Social care benefits are ‘means tested’ (i.e. an individual’s personal financial circumstances are assessed) and local authorities are permitted to charge for services they arrange or provide (or ask for a contribution to the cost).
What will a live-in carer do?
The duties of a Corinium Care carer very much depend on the needs of the client and are entirely flexible.
Our complex care is a service that cares for the physical, clinical, cognitive and the social needs of our clients. Corinium Care’s experienced Care Managers offer support with complex medical needs, and our professionally trained live-in carers provide a one-to-one service enabling our complex care clients to continue to live their familiar routine with independence and dignity.
Our carers are also on hand to help with personal care such as bathing and toileting as well as household duties such as cooking, cleaning and shopping. Above all, our live-in carers are always there to provide companionship and peace of mind; our carers look after clients with the same compassion as they would a member of their own family.
Which conditions is complex care for?
We have 25 years of experience caring for a wide variety of conditions and disabilities:
- Ventilator dependency care
- Catheter care and stoma care
- Peg feeding care
- Learning disability care
- Mental health conditions care
- Neurological conditions care
- Parkinson’s care
- Multiple sclerosis care
- Cerebral palsy care
- Stroke recovery care
- Cancer care
- Heart disease care
Talk to our expert care team today
Contact our expert care team on 01453 839290 and discuss home care options for you or your loved one.
You may instead wish to send us a message via our online enquiry form. A member of our team will then be in touch within 24 hours to assist you.
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