If you are looking for care support for an adult with a learning difficulty who needs a little or a lot of support to live in their own home, we can provide a full spectrum of care to meet their personal needs. Our trained Care Workers can help to make their life easier by supporting/assisting the everyday tasks they may find challenging, or support/assist them to carry out the task on their own – enabling them to sustain their independence with the right amount of support.
We can agree together a personalised care programme that fits in with their requirements and lifestyle. We also undertake a detailed review of their learning difficulty to understand what challenges they need help to overcome and to establish the most effective type of support for their particular needs.
Here are some of the typical situations in which we could help adults with learning difficulties through care at home:
- Assistance with the things that they find difficult to do entirely on their own, such as shopping and preparing food.
- Short-term care while they recover from an illness or operation following discharge from hospital.
- Emotional and practical support if they have sensory impairment that causes difficulties in communicating, gaining access to information, or with mobility.
There are a wide range of learning difficulties that require a varied level of homecare. Whatever the needs of your loved one are, we can provide a flexible care plan that can range from short daily visits to 24-hour, 1 to 1 support or live in care – just provide us with the details and we’ll create a bespoke care plan that meets their needs.