At Care Herts we understand those living with neurological disorders affect a person’s quality of life and we know it can be difficult to provide the level of care they need alone by family members home. A person living with a Neurological disorder is likely to need support and care in a variety of ways.
What Neurological homecare options can we provide?
- being there to support a person with daily tasks they struggle with alone,
- accompaniment to hospital and doctor appointments
- simply being there for company and conversation.
- Support with physio recommended exercise and record the progress to share with your therapist
- Support with mental exercise sessions, activities etc.
Why choose us?
We understand the importance of constant, consistent, reliable care for those living with a neurological disorder. we have experienced and skilled care staff currently supporting for clients living with neurological conditions. we also have staff completed specialised training including Dementia specialist, Epilepsy, bipolar, down syndrome, NLP, Brain health coaching, counselling and hypnotherapy who can understand your need clearly and provide support. Here are some of the benefits your loved one will receive by choosing our Neurological homecare options:
- Independence. You stay in control over your own life with our support
- Maintain relationships and family life – family and friends are able to visit freely – which can help maintain a healthy mood and state of mind
- Keep up with hobbies, interests and clubs
- Provide reassurance and comfort to a person living with a neurological disorder as they can stay in their own home and own familiar environment.
- Continuity of Care and provide regular carers who can build close work related bond and support.
- Physiotherapy rehabilitation exercises supervised by trained Physiotherapist.
Neurological disorders we care for (including but not limited) to:
- ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Brain injury and trauma
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Mental Health issues (including severe depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders)
Spinal cord injury