Conditions we care for include
Living with dementia can be especially difficult if you want to live on your own and keep your independence. Staying in the familiarity of your own home can help people living with dementia have a better quality of life, surrounded by their memories. Our home care makes this possible. Our carers are all fully-trained to help those with dementia live a safe and full life at home. We understand the disease, how it affects those with it, and we know how to help.
At Genuine Care, our carers are specially trained to support people through Parkinson’s home care. We know too well just how much of an impact Parkinson's disease can have on those living with it. The condition impacts physical movement, therefore living at home without help can be very difficult. Our carers can assist with all daily tasks as well as showing empathy and compassion to help your loved one live confidently in their own home.
Multiple Sclerosis care
MS affects everyone differently. At Genuine Care, we have a huge amount of experience caring for people living with MS and have seen this first-hand. That's why our bespoke care plans are crafted to support the client with the right kind of help, at the right time. Our compassionate and fully-trained carers are able to help anyone with MS live safely and comfortably in their own home.
Almost one third of stroke survivors will need someone else to care for them. As stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in the UK, there are many people who require support. Our carers are fully-trained in supporting vulnerable adults in there own home and have been supporting stroke survivors for many years. A stroke can affect people very differently, and that's why we offer a variety of types of care and will always make a care plan bespoke to your needs.
We know how difficult it can be to live with cancer. we have helped hundreds of families cope with this traumatic time by delivering our 'Outstanding'-rated home care to their loved one. If the cancer is particularly debilitating, our fully-trained carers can help with daily routines, and if your loved one is near end-of-life, our compassionate carers can provide advanced support, as well as much needed comfort and empathy to the client and their family.
Heart attack recovery
Many of our fully-trained carers are experienced in supporting cardiac rehabilitation. During the care assessment, our care mangers will determine the exact type of care required and the level of your needs. From here we will create a bespoke care plan for you to support you through what we know is a very difficult time. With compassion, all our carers deliver an 'Outstanding' service for your loved one.
Three simple steps to start 'Outstanding' home care
1. Talk to us
Speak with us over the phone in a no obligation, confidential, conversation to discuss your care needs.
2. Care Assessment
One of our qualified Care Managers will visit your home to discuss your requirements further and create your bespoke care plan.
3. Begin Care
Once are happy with the care plan and would like to go ahead with us, we can commence care at your earliest convenience.