WHO WE HELP

Our Home Care Service aims to support vulnerable people within the community to live with a high degree of independence. We are able to offer this support to people with arrange of needs including:

  • People experiencing mental health problems
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People with autism and associated disorders
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with acquired brain injuries
  • Ex-offenders

HOW WE HELP

Our Support Workers can encourage, prompt and/or assist people who receive this service with various packages of care and support which might include some or any of the following tasks:

  • Domestic skills which might include laundry, cleaning, cooking, shopping
  • Money and budgeting which might include obtaining relevant benefits and bill paying
  • Accessing and attending social, educational and/or social opportunities in the community
  • Maintaining and developing relationships with their friends and carers
  • Personal care including prompting personal hygiene and taking of medication
  • Organising, accessing and attending leisure activities such as community facilities, leisure clubs or centres and holidays

We can also support people with accessing appropriate housing which suits their needs and which will be affordable and of good quality.

This service is delivered in accordance with Future HSC’s Ethos and Values (LINK) and aims to put the person at the centre of any care and support planning working closely with them to identify their specific needs and preferences. Most important of all is that people feel safe, enjoy where they are living and grow in confidence and independence within their communities.

In order to achieve all this, it is important for us to assess each person on an individual basis so that the package offered is tailored to them personally.

REFERRALS

For referrals to our Future HSC Domiciliary Care and Support Service, please contact 0121 265 2650 or email text@futurehsc.co.uk

This is a domiciliary care service monitored by the Care Quality Commission