What to consider and where to start
Finding the right advice when you’re faced with an urgent need can be overwhelming. Whether you’re choosing care for yourself or a loved one, sourcing the best support, that suits your lifestyle and needs can be challenging. There are so many things to consider.
At Bramble Home Care we have years of dementia home care experience. We are renowned for our compassionate person-centered care with the support of our sister company Bramble House Care Home offering respite care and daycare services including clubs and groups.
Planning home care
If you’re considering care at home, you should start by getting an assessment of your care needs. This will define exactly the help and support you need; including the suggested hours and number of visits. Your detailed care plan will act as a reference, helping you match the right home care provider for you.
We offer a free care assessment, in the comfort of your own home, with no obligation to take things further. You can ask us for advice and we’ll take our time to truly understand your care needs.
Expert Dementia Care
Staying at home, surrounded by memories and loved ones with home care is an option. You’ll find we’re a friendly professional team with expert Dementia care assistants. We’ll develop trust and friendship, working with the day-by-day challenges and complexity of Dementia symptoms. All our staff are specifically trained, have hands-on experience, and offer compassionate care.
Check the care rating
The Care Quality Commission, CQC, is the UK’s independent regulator of home care and care homes. With regular inspections to ensure home care meets the government standards. Ratings are available on the CQC website. You can read our CQC report here>
Our flexible home care offers you peace of mind knowing that your care plan has been tailored to your immediate needs whilst considering long-term needs. In the event of an emergency, following a fall or illness, we are on hand to help. Our home care services are available from as little as a few hours per week to live-in care.
We work closely with family members, healthcare professionals, NHS, and your GP to ensure you receive all the help you need at home.