Care to the Community
Tender Care provides care to adults (over 18 years), Mental Health, Physical Disabilities, Learning Difficulties, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Older People and Sensory Impairment.
We offer Palliative Care by a small and select team who are experienced in caring for those through the end of life process. We provide domiciliary care of the highest standard to adults within their own homes. We encourage independence whilst maintaining respect and dignity enabling them to remain at home.
We provide a service to those who rely on relatives or friends for their care but would like to give that person a break from time to time.
Most people would like to get out and about occasionally and would like someone to take them out for a couple of hours or for assisted shopping outings. We offer a sit-in service for afternoon companionship.
We provide tailored personal care package, which meets the needs of the person being cared for. Our care package is designed to encourage independence .
It can include
- Helping to wake and get ready
- Help with bathing, showering and if needed shaving
- Grooming and getting dressed
- Assisted eating and support healthy eating
- Medication management and support
- Getting ready for bed
- Skin and pressure care
- Foot care by a qualified Podiatrist
Home from Hospital
Arriving back in your own home after a spell in hospital you might need extra care and support.
The services we can provide are
- Settling in
- Food preparation and meals
- Medication prompts
- Bed linen changes
- Support in getting out of bed and back to bed
Assistance with everyday tasks
Supporting people with their everyday tasks can often mean that they are able to cope in their own homes better and to allow someone to do tasks that have become more challenging.
We can assist with
- Meal preparation, shopping, collection of medicines etc.
- Chaperoned visits and outings
- Visits to hospitals, Doctors and Dentists
- Light domestic duties
- Cleaning and ironing (supplement charge)
- Assistance with reading, writing and correspondence
- Library visits on your behalf
Caring for those with Dementia can take time and patience, and often those caring for loved ones need extra support.
We can support by
- Sitting and being presence when loved ones need to go out
- Helping build memory books, boxes, music and puzzles
- Being patience and listening
- Supporting with Personal care and assistance