Home Care Preferred offers the care and support needed to allow people to live fulfilled lives in the comfort of their own familiar surroundings.
We offer many different types of care and support for adults of all ages. This includes care services for older people and those living with dementia, and support for adults with a range of different disabilities and conditions.
Leaving your home to live in a care home can be traumatic, which is why we offer services to help people live in the comfort of their own home for as long as possible. We can offer additional help a few times per week or even as a full-time live-in arrangement to maintain a good quality of life without the stress and upheaval of moving to a residential care home.
Our care options include care for people with specialist requirements as well as more general support for people who are simply a little less mobile than they once were. This is an increasingly popular alternative around the country and helps to maintain independence.
Most people prefer to end their lives at home rather than in a hospital or hospice, but providing the necessary support is often beyond the skills of immediate family or friends. Our support assistants are experienced in handling both the practical requirements of caring for someone at this stage of their life and helping both the client and their family through the emotional turmoil involved in losing a family member.
Our palliative care team ensure dignity, compassion, and respect in every element of their work and this commitment is at the heart of everything we do.
Life after a traumatic brain injury can feel daunting, both for clients and family members trying to provide care. The team at Home Care Preferred can help improve quality of life for people who are recuperating after a brain injury or diagnosis of a long term neurological condition. We can help with everything from personal care and daily living, through to relearning life skills and behaviour management.
We treat every client as an individual, tailoring care packages and solutions to each person’s personality, challenges, and preferences. Our team will focus on what each client can do, and overcome potential obstacles to improve quality of life and maintain independence as much as possible. Our care services for adults with learning disabilities include helping them successfully live at home independently, teaching skills to manage money and travel, preparing for job interviews, through to building social skills and discovering new hobbies.