When you begin a journey of palliative care it can be hard to see what the future will hold, with many questions about how you’re going to manage as time progresses. Being diagnosed with a life-limiting condition is understandably a difficult and emotional time but having some additional support in the form of home care in Somerset will make such a difference to your life at home.
In addition, because we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you can be confident that every aspect of your care will be delivered expertly. With 150 branches across England and Wales you can be sure we’re near to you, so why not have a discussion with your local branch team to discuss your needs?
As your palliative care journey progresses it’s natural that yours and your loved ones’ thoughts may turn to end of life, however many people live for a long time on their palliative journey, and what’s more they live well.
While treatments and therapies are taking place you need to know that you have support options available for both you and your family, and that your requests for the eventual end of your life are followed. Your family will also need some emotional support during this uncertain time, and by having a visiting or live-in carer at home, you’ll all benefit.
From the first moment you contact us you’ll be in the very best hands. For almost 35 years we’ve been supporting our customers to live their very best lives at home, remaining as independent and comfortable as possible. As your palliative journey progresses you need to know that your carer will understand how your condition is changing, and because we have our own team of clinical nurses working for us you can be confident that your care will adapt for your needs.
Our superb carers are dedicated to ensuring that you have all the support you need as your palliative journey progresses, whether that’s with your medication, mobility, housework, attending appointments, or enjoying your local community. Promoting your independence is valued above all else, as is making sure your care is carried out with dignity and compassion.
If you would like to discuss your palliative care requirements with our friendly customer service team you can arrange for a call back, or you can phone us seven days a week. You can also chat to us online or search for your local branch team here.