Day time care is the most popular of our at-Home care services. People wish to remain in their own homes, in surroundings they are familiar as long as it is possible.
You or your loved one may need one of our compassionate at-Home carers to look in on you or your loved one for the odd hour or for a more prolonged period.
Our trained at-Home care team will ensure that you are supported in ensuring that any daily tasks you may no longer be able to do for yourself are completed.
We specialise in providing a highly personalised at-Homecare service to individuals and their loved ones. We consider all of you, our clients, as members of our extended family and in ensuring your ever changing needs are continually supported, we hope, a long and supportive friendship.
Understanding your at-Homecare needs
Our initial meeting with you and one of our management team, will enable us to understand how you would like us to support your needs living within your own home.
This will help us agree on a person centred support plan that our at-Home carers will complete on visiting you at home.
We are aware that your needs will continually evolve as time catches up with us all. To this end, our at-Homecarers are asked to report any changes that they have observed.
If you feel that you would like to discuss with us any changes to your support plan, please contact us and we will help to fufil your wishes.
Typical daytime at-Homecare tasks
Showering or Batheing
Support at Meal Times
The care services that Barnet Carers Centre provides are regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission. We were inspected in October 2017 and were rated as Good.
Everyone we spoke with said they thought they were treated with respect and had their dignity maintained.
Staff, we spoke with, were very clear that treating people well was a fundamental expectation of the service.
Staff comments include “I’m always kind and just simply respect people” and “We make sure we have time for them, hold their hand if necessary to encourage and reassure them.”
Some of our at-Homecarers have been with us for many years, supporting clients with their needs whilst remaining in their own homes.
Whilst we believe a client and an at-Homecarer should be allocated together to build a bond of trust and friendship, we like to take the continuity of care idea to the next level. By ensuring that you get to know more than one off at-Homecarers ensures that the quality of care is continued, should a particular at-Homecarer may be on holiday or ill.
Training for at-Homecarers
All our at-Homecarers have completed training across a broad range of homecare related aspects from Equality & Diversity through to Dementia Awareness training. Refresher courses are also attended to ensure that all our at-Homecarers’ knowledge is current.
at-Homecarers as your friends
Companionship may be a specific care task you or your loved one may be requiring. Our at-Homecarers are asked to provide a listening ear whenever they can – as we want to get to know you better in terms of your likes and dislikes or what may be troubling you.
All our at-Homecarers are expected to treat you with dignity and respect, as if they were a guest in your home. They will arrive on time and ensure that the care tasks are completed, with a level of politeness we all come to expect.
Your Home Care Starts Here
Enquire about your future homecare today.
Or call — 0203 995 1909