Brain Injury Care Provider

How to know what type of care is best for you

Whether you are searching for care services for yourself or your loved ones, it is important to ensure that you get the appropriate care for your needs.

Having the right care in place can be life-changing for those with complex needs.

Whilst care services are typically separated into categories, those care services are often tailored to suit the needs of the individual. Our carers can adapt to existing routines, ensuring that those they care for are comfortable, with an improved quality of life.

Care assessments

When you have identified the need for care, the first step is getting a care assessment.

These assessments are undertaken at home by a Registered Nurse, providing an opportunity for you and your loved ones to find out more about the care services on offer.

This is a good time to discuss your medical conditions, specific needs, and your goals when acquiring care. By gathering this information, the Registered Nurse will be able to set up an appropriate care plan to suit your needs.

Different types of care

Based on the assessment, different types of care will be recommended based on suitability. The Registered Nurse will be able to discuss a care plan with you, what that will involve, and how it will help.

Some of the services you could be offered include:

  • 24-hour nursing care
  • Complex care
  • Hospital discharge services
  • Live-in care
  • Long-term ventilation

Care plans

Individual care plans are provided after the assessment process. This will be presented as a proposal for clients, setting out the types of care that are needed and how they will be delivered.

Alongside the care itself, a proposal will outline the dedicated team of staff who will be carrying out the care. These highly trained staff members will be experts in complex care, specialising in the areas most suitable for you or your loved ones.

Care plans can be adjusted, especially as needs change over time. The priority of the care team is always to ensure that you and your loved ones can live independent and fulfilling lives in your own home.

If you would like to receive a care assessment, get in touch with our team today.


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For a free, no-obligation discussion about our UK complex care in the home for brain injury, spinal cord injury, long-term ventilation, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and other neurological conditions, please click here or call 024 7610 2333.