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Our tailor-made packages of nurse-led complex care in the home for adults and children don’t stop at meeting our clients’ clinical needs.

We handpick dedicated care teams to help each of our clients live life to the full by helping them maximise their independence.

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Almond Care Limited

CQC overall rating

Good
28 July 2017

Paul

Almond Care responded brilliantly to our urgent request for respite care. The carer provided was just what we needed. Overall a friendly and efficient service which we would use again

Paul

Jean Simpsons

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking Dad on as a client and for all the care that you took in employing exactly the right carers to meet his needs. He was always happy at home and I could relax in the confidence that the carers would sort any appointments… Read more… “Jean Simpsons”

Jean Simpsons

Myra and Qassim’s story – Epidermolysis Bullosa

Myra Ali and her brother, Qassim Saeed, both live with a life-long, debilitating condition, known as Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) – a genetic skin disorder which causes the skin to blister and tear at the slightest trauma or friction. Those born with EB are often termed ‘butterfly children’ as their skin is as delicate as the… Read more… “Myra and Qassim’s story – Epidermolysis Bullosa”

Kieran* – IV Therapy

Our son required 10 months of continued IV antibiotics treatment to be administered at home every 6 hours. Almond Care were the only agency available to support the demands of this regime at night by providing a qualified nurse able to compound and administer IVs at home for 3 nights a week. This was done on… Read more… “Kieran* – IV Therapy”

Linda – Dementia

Linda knows her mother Manuela’s care needs better than anyone. Manuela, now in her late 80s, developed dementia in her early 70s and Linda spent 13 years as her carer, while juggling life between her mother’s home in the Midlands, her own home and family in the South East of England, plus work and study commitments.… Read more… “Linda – Dementia”

Matthew’s* story – Clinical negligence resulting in brain injury

Matthew* was a happy and healthy nine-year-old, who excelled at school and had a real zest for life. However, his life changed irrevocably when, in August 2011, he was admitted to hospital for an appendectomy. The operation itself was a complete success but, during recovery, things did not go to plan. Matthew was unresponsive and… Read more… “Matthew’s* story – Clinical negligence resulting in brain injury”

James’* story – Spinal injury

James* was 17-years-old when his life changed irrevocably in an instant. A victim of crime, james was attacked and knocked from his bike. As a result, he suffered a C5/C6 spinal cord injury which has left him tetraplegic. Understandably, the devastating injuries also resulted in James suffering from long-term mental health issues, as he has battled to come to… Read more… “James’* story – Spinal injury”

Jackie Brown* – Kasabach-Merritt Syndrome

Making sure that Jackie Brown* has the best possible care is the top priority for her family. With Almond Care in place, they are happy that that is what she is receiving. Jackie, now in her 50s, has the very rare blood condition Kasabach-Merritt Syndrome, in which vascular tumors – caused by the excessive growth… Read more… “Jackie Brown* – Kasabach-Merritt Syndrome”

Hazel Cavanagh – Traumatic brain injury

The right support at the right time can make a huge difference to someone with complex care needs. That’s something that Hazel Cavanagh knows from first-hand experience, after Almond Care provided round the clock support during the last four months of her husband John’s life. She says: “The support given by Almond Care helped to… Read more… “Hazel Cavanagh – Traumatic brain injury”

Cathy Foster* – Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS)

Ondine’s curse gives little away about the extremely rare medical condition it describes. Nor does its formal name of congenital central hypoventilation syndrome, or CCHS. But the reality is that CCHS is a lifelong and life-threatening disorder that means when the person affected falls asleep, they stop breathing, due to a malfunction of the central nervous… Read more… “Cathy Foster* – Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS)”

Central Case Management – Brain injury

Central Case Management has a clear focus: ensuring brain injury clients have the support that will help them work towards achieving their own goals and a better quality of life. The company, based in Duffield, Derbyshire, works with a range of brain injury professionals in creating and delivering bespoke support and rehabilitation to its clients… Read more… “Central Case Management – Brain injury”

Call us today!

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.