About Our Services
There are a number of reasons why people need support and the support required can vary considerably.
Some of the reasons support is required are as follows:
- People Becoming Less Mobile And Restricted In What They Can Do On Their Own;
- Physical Disabilities;
- Intellectual Disability;
- Isolation Due To A Lack Of A Personal Support Structure;
- Poor Security;
- Sensory Impairment;
- Inability To Meet The Needs Of Children.
“Care About You” aim to provide the highest quality person-centred care to enhance the quality of a person’s life and to help them live independent lives to the fullest extent possible in their home and within their community.
The Services we provide include:
"Care About You" provide home care services to a wide range of age groups in the comfort of the individuals home. Whether you or your loved one are recovering from an i...
At "Care About You" we have extensive experience in providing the highest quality person-centred care to both adults and children with disabilities.Our comprehe...
These Services help to promote:
At “Care About You” we are aware that unfortunately many people with disabilities or those who experience social isolation for a variety of reasons can suffer from much reduced involvement with their local communities. We can support you to have fuller participation in your local community. We can also support you to have a valued social role and to access services and recreational facilities.
Personal Care and Support:
At “Care About You” we are experienced at assisting individuals with all aspects of personal care including assisting with bathing/showering/bed bath, toileting, incontinence wear, catheter/convene assistance, feeding, dressing. There is a direct link between maintaining strong personal care and quality of life.
At “Care About You” we have extensive experience in assisting people with physical, mobility or intellectual disabilities/mental health difficulties to lead an independent and meaningful life. We also have experience in supporting young people who are leaving residential or foster care placements to adapt to independent living. This includes teaching and empowering young people to:
- Learn To Cook;
- Do Laundry;
- Do Shopping;
- Learn About Money Management And Budgeting;
- Do Housework;
- Pursue Further Education;
- Seek Employment;
- Pursue Social Interests And Hobbies.
Make an Enquiry
If you are currently caring for a loved one and need some help, “Care About You” will carry out a free assessment on the type of care your loved one requires. Contact us and a member of our staff will be delighted to help. We offer a prompt and efficient response.