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With a fall alarm, you can be confident of getting help when you need it most. Worn on your wrist or around your neck, the fall alarm pendant is clever little device that automatically detects serious falls with a heavy impact. It will alert the…
0800 085 7371
Are you a parent or carer that is looking for a PA, one to one support or more long-term assistance – Senploy is the right place to advertise for those individuals for FREE? Here at Senploy, the UK’s only job platform for the careers in…
Grey Matter Learning has been recognised by Skills for Care as a Centre of Excellence for all types of learning since 2017. We focus on Person-Centred learning that ensures our training is more than just a test of memory. Click, our upgraded online learning system,…
JK Staffing provides in-home senior care, helping older adults continue to live well and independently at home.
Manchester Have An Endless Choice Of Transport Systems When you’re in Manchester there are numerous ways of getting around seeing all parts of the town, from shopping to The Old Trafford. We offer transporting solutions for people of all ages and disabilities.
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Lifeline24 provide a life-saving alarm for the elderly or frail. We are the UK's cheapest personal alarm provider with free next day delivery. We supply the Lifeline VI alarm base unit with the comfortable, discreet and waterproof pendant, which can be pressed for help or assistance throughout…
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The live in Care Company is a live in care service that provides carers to our clients nationwide. Live-in care is the term that is used to describe a trained and experienced carer moving into the home of a person to provide care, companionship, and domestic support around the clock. It has the benefit of allowing the person being cared for to remain within their familiar environment, a home they know, neighbours and friends nearby, and the things they have grown to love and be comforted by. Understanding when you or a loved one may have come to the point when need additional support may not be straight forward. It may also be difficult for someone to admit that they cannot do some of the tasks that they used to find easy. ●Help with personal care (dressing, bathing and grooming) ●Prepare/cook meals ●Prompt medication ●Help with pets ●Help with the housekeeping ●Help to attend medical, dental and other appointments Help with shopping ●Assist clients with entertaining friends and family; for example, carers can help cook Sunday lunch for a family visit ●Provide companionship The Care Quality Commission (CQC) defines companies like The Live in Care Company as an introductory agency pursuant to the Health & Social Care Act 2008.
01184 492 373