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Physical Disabilities Home Care Ealing
Stay independent in your own home with professional physical disability homecare in Ealing from an Outstanding provider
Robin Home Care has the experience, training and understanding to provide physical disability home care to enable our clients to lead a full and active life.
There is a wide range of different types of physical disabilities. This can be caused by older age, accident, sensory impairment, learning disabilities or the effect of other health conditions such as arthritis, stroke or dementia. Almost all of these disabilities will result in some detrimental effect on a person’s mobility. This may lead to them requiring professional care and support services in their own home, rather than moving to a residential care home.
Robin Home Care is here to help. Our expert team will be with you every step of the way to get the care you want as we believe it is: Your life, Your choice, Your care
A collaborative care and support plan for physical disability home care in Ealing
You don’t need to manage on your own. Robin Home Care will devise a collaborative Care and Support plan specifically tailored to you. We start with fully understanding and documenting your particular circumstances, your needs and your preferences. After we start the service, we make sure you remain in control of how your care will be delivered and as importantly, how your care will develop over time, as your needs may change.
A key element of our approach to providing you with the level of care which suits your requirements, is to fully engage with other health professionals such as your GP, Occupational Therapists, District Nurses and Physiotherapists. Together, we will create a care plan that includes all the care services that people living in their own home require. We can provide the level of care you need, from a few regular visits a week up to 24 hour, live-in care. We want to give you the peace of mind that you will be safe at home.
Every support plan is different but can include:
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We can support your daily personal care needs in a sensitive and understanding way. You choose what you want done and we provide the care in the way you prefer.
A well-maintained living environment helps to maintain a safe and hazard-free environment. Help with shopping and preparing meals can improve your quality of life and we can also assist you to continue with your preferred daily routine regardless of any physical challenges you may face.
In all cases our carers provide social interaction and companionship, when they visit. We want to be more than just carers. We go in with a smile because we want to help to do what we can to make sure that every day is a good day.
We can offer the peace of mind which comes from having a trained live-in carer available in your own home with our live-in care service.
Robin Home Care has delivered specialist care and more complex tasks when asked by our clients. Some of these additional skills are: Stoma care; Catheter care; Conveen care; Tracheostomy care; Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) feeding.
A compassionate, well-trained, professional care worker team
We are very aware that accepting new people into your life and home can be daunting. This is the reason we take great care to match a small team of carers, in terms of personality, character and experience, to you. You will always be introduced to the members of your care team for your approval and we will ensure that they are fully trained on the operation of any mobility aids you need to use.
Our approach of dedicating a small carer team to you means that we can offer you continuity of care where you know everyone who will visit you and they, in turn, know you and are aware of the details that you require when they are in your home. This will allow you to build familiarity, trust and friendship with your carers.
Electronic monitoring of our carers and the care delivered to you
As part of our service, we use a computerised monitoring system using mobile phones to monitor that our carers arrive on time, carry out all the tasks that you have specified and write notes on how the visit went. If you so wish, access to these notes can be given to family members to ensure that everyone who needs to be informed of how the care is delivered gets access to the information required.
Peace of mind, accountability and transparency are at the core of our systems and processes.
With the App you can:
VIEW CARE NOTES FOR COMPLETED CARE VISITS
COMMUNICATE WITH THE CARE PROVIDER
VIEW THE VISITS, OUTCOMES AND TASKS
SEE THE SCHEDULE OF CARE VISITS
You can rely on an Outstanding company
Continuity of care is extremely important. Robin Home Care fully understands that long term relationships between a person with physical disabilities and their care team will deliver an ‘Outstanding’ service. This continuity allows the carer and the rest of the team to recognise changes in health conditions and act quickly to deal with potential difficulties. You can be sure that Robin Home Care will provide the quality and continuity of care to deliver a service you can trust.
The Care Quality Commission, the regulator for the health and social care sector, has recognised Robin Home Care’s performance and rated us as ‘Outstanding’ after a recent inspection.
Mobility aids and technologies
We have a lot of experience working with Occupational Therapists and other health professionals to identify and implement suitable mobility aids to support the independence and safety of many of our clients. We will work with you to help identify the best option for your particular circumstances and you can be assured that our carer workers are fully trained to operate a variety of mobility aids and equipment including:
Small manual handling aids
Quite often small, well-designed aids can make a huge difference such as positioning aids to help independent movement as well as transfer boards to safely move people when they are seated or in bed.
A turntable aid allow smooth turning without jerky movements from having to shuffle feet which reduces the risk of loss of balance and injury.
Standing transfer aids
There are various products to assist in transferring between bed, chair and toilet, for example, to move short distances, or to stand in a supported manner.
There are various different designs, both powered and manual, which can assist in lifting legs or positioning in a chair.
Getting in and out of a bath can represent a risk for people with reduced mobility. This risk can be reduced with the use of bath boards or bath steps in the hands of a trained carer.
If you need to spend quite a lot of time in bed, it is convenient for you or your carer to be able to adjust it to support you in a sitting up position, making it easier to eat, read or watch television.
The safe operation of stair lifts is extremely important and our carers are trained on a variety of different models.
Once a full assessment has been carried out by an Occupational Therapist our carers are fully trained on a number of different hoist options such as: Ceiling track hoists, mobile wheeled hoists, portable hoists and gantry hoists.