Domicilary care services

WHAT DO WE DO?

Kay Healthcare provides a comprehensive range of care and support services to enable people to live at home independently, safely and with dignity for as long as possible. These services can be delivered in time slots ranging from a 30 minute period to 24 hours a day. The care delivered is person-centered with the client always coming first.

WHAT TYPE OF SERVICES CAN WE PROVIDE?

Home Care Services

People need a home care service for many reasons. Some examples of when our services might be required include following an illness, hospitalisation, decreased mobility as we get older, having a disability, family carers needing a break. This home care service can be required daily, weekly or sporadically. It can be for short or long periods. It can be once a day or more often. Everybody’s needs are different. Kay Healthcare is happy to arrange for a senior member of our team to meet with you and discuss your requirements.

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Palliative Care

Palliative care at home means that you or your family member can remain in a place that you feel comfortable and surrounded by memories, with the support of a compassionate carer. Our care is not just about providing assistance, it is also about offering emotional support and companionship during a difficult time. We provide active, compassionate care with advice and support to alleviate the anxiety, fear and loneliness that many experience during this time.

As well as having a dedicated team of carers with palliative care expertise, we work alongside hospices & support groups, continuing healthcare teams, and District Nurses to make sure that your loved one can live in comfort and with dignity during their final months. With one carer who completely understands what matters most, you can be rest assured knowing that someone who respects and understands what your loved one is experiencing will be there to help them at all times.

We provide up to 24hr care which allows you to bring their loved ones home and be confident that professional care & support will be provided by skilled and compassionate caregivers. Contact our supportive and compassionate team today to find out more about arranging palliative care for your loved one.

Other Care Services

Respite Home Care

Hospital-to-Home Care

Specialised Care

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HOW CAN OUR SERVICE HELP YOU?

We use a telephone clock in system for our care workers which allows us to monitor the arrival and departure time of our care workers to your home thus promoting reliability and consistency in your care

We involve you and your family in all aspects of your care and try to fit in with your requirements.

We have our own training institute and can quickly provide any specific training requirements to our staff.

We pride ourselves on delivering a high quality flexible and responsive service.

We work with you to design a service that will meet your care needs and allow you to remain in your home.

Our carers who are fully screened and highly trained are available 24 hrs a day/7 days a week. We can provide a service at short notice and have an on-call support service available at all times.

WHAT KIND OF THINGS DO WE DO?

KAY PRACTICAL SUPPORT:

  • Cleaning/laundry/ironing
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping
  • Companionship
  • Light housework
  • Collecting prescriptions



KAY PERSONAL SUPPORT:

  • Personal care
  • Bathing & showering
  • Continence care
  • Assistance with dressing, mobility and feeding
  • Outings and socialising
  • Participate in crafts/hobbies

KAY HEALTHCARE SPECIALIST SUPPORT:

  • Assistance with daily living – e.g. catheter care, oxygen facilitation
  • Palliative care, end of life support
  • Dementia care/reminiscing therapy
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Physical mobility
  • Post discharge from hospital where assistance is required at short notice, possibly for a short period
  • Reablement Programme post hospital discharge to help people to adapt to changes in their ability post illness and to regain confidence
  • Convalescence in the home to aide recovery from a debilitating illness
  • Respite Care – giving the main carer’s a break while staying at home.
  • Night care – awake or sleep over nights