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Some people need extra care or support – practical or emotional – to lead an active life and do the everyday things that many of us take for granted.

At NHES CARE LIMITED we want to make a difference to people and communities, we know all our clients are unique, everyone with their own story.

We are here to offer all our social care support depending on your needs, whether will be homecare workers, equipment or respite breaks.

Areas that we cover are Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Egham, Surrey, Englefield green and Virginia water.

Let us help you understand what to do if you need care and have difficulty managing tasks around the home, we have a caring personality and we want to support people at difficult times in their lives.

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At NHES CARE there are services to suit your needs, customised care plans and we pride with our experienced carers.

 

Carers come from all walks of life, cultural backgrounds and age groups and they are helping their client group with a range of essential daily activities.

Usually, a carer looks after a person who can’t cope alone due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction.

Sometimes caring can be more than a one-person job and there are many ways you might care for someone, which include:

 

  • Personal care which will include assistance to get up, wash, shower or bath and get dressed.
  • Physical support tasks – lifting, helping someone on stairs or with physiotherapy;
  • Shopping support – alongside our customer or alternatively we can come in, agree on a shopping list, go to the shops, come back and put it all away.
  • Preparation of food and drink e.g. breakfast, lunch and evening meals.
  • Prompting with medication as prescribed.
  • Undertaking domestic tasks such as cleaning, laundry and ironing either on a regular basis or as a “spring clean”, whatever the season.
  • Provision of a respite service. If you are performing the role of principal carer, then you may need support during your time off each week.
  • Pampering sessions – the occasional visit to organise bathing, clean clothes, fresh bedding and a thoughtfully prepared meal before bedtime.
  • Emotional support, keeping company and arranging hospital appointments.
  • Making sure the rights of the person you care for are being met.

 

At NHES CARE we can offer support and companionship throughout the day, and even during the night should you need it.

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