At Forever Care (Walsall), we specialise in live-in care support with maintaining independence, enabling you and your loved one to remain living at home and within your community. Our fees are highly realistic, affordable and cost effective enabling you to live in your own home environment.
Our live-in solutions offer Support 7 days a week, 365 days a year:
- A completely tailored solution supporting individuals and their families - We offer a complete service that fully allows our clients to make their own choices about how their care is delivered - Our team support individuals with their shopping to enable them to choose what they eat and drink - We support our clients to continue to be surrounded by their own belongings, in a place that they are completely familiar with.
Our Carers are well trained to provide personal care with civility, dignity and privacy being paramount when dealing with clients. The need for assistance with various tasks is supplied with patience and understanding. Our complex care support designed for individual clients with chronic illness, disabilities, long-term care or following hospital treatment to receive substantial and on-going healthcare needs.
We train our carers to prepare variation of meals if required; they can also support you to do your shopping, or to help you to shop necessary ingredients on behalf of the client if requested.
The carers are allowed to assist our clients with the administer of medication within a short home visits, usually of 1 hour duration, and during these visits Carers will also provide our clients with refreshments.
- Personal Care/Home health care/Home care - Meal planning and preparation - Keeping your home safe and tidy - Contacting people to carry our repairs - Dealing with correspondence - Managing your money - Taking your medication - Planning special events - Emotional support, either long term or in an emergency - Gaining independence skills - Overnight support - Home Support.
- Shopping for food or personal items - Attending appointments, either medical or personal - Collecting medication - Going to the bank - Paying bills - Using public transport independently - Being healthy e.g. exercise, support in the gym, swimming etc. - Keeping safe in the community - Building confidence - Support to attend and choose college/day centres - Leisure activities such as attending concerts, going to the cinema, football etc.
- Stay in the family home - Out in the community - Respite stays away from home - Supporting through transition developing independence skills.