Adult & Elderly
There are many reasons why you may be considering home care options. You may be looking for immediate home help or personal care for an elderly friend or loved one, or you may be seeking care for yourself. Your needs may vary from light support and home help to more intensive needs such as personal care, night care, dementia care, palliative care or full-time live-in care. These services may be required due to unfortunate circumstances arising from illness, recovery from an operation or hospital visit, or simply to help enjoy a better quality of life. Safe Care Services home care and Live-in care services promote independent living and can be a great alternative to residential care homes and nursing care.
At Safe Care Services we believe that everybody has the right to live the fullest life available to them, and we work hard to enable our elderly clients with diagnoses such as dementia and Alzheimer’s to continue living their chosen lifestyle safely and for as long as possible.
Through flexible, tailored care we encourage clients to carry out their daily tasks to the best of their abilities and support them in doing so rather than 'taking over. This helps maintain a sense of independence and control that is so important and can make a big difference to their quality of life.
Although our adult and elderly care is tailored to meet each person’s specific needs our commonly requested services are:
- Personal care and support.
- Respite care for family members, including live-in or night care.
- Assistance in participating in the local community through visits to libraries, places of worship, leisure centres or shopping.
- Maintenance of current skills and teaching of new communication techniques.
- Assistance to keep up hobbies such as music, crafts, exercise, cooking and gardening.
How To Make A Referral
If you would like us to carry out services for you or on someone else’s behalf, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a referral form and we will get back to you within 24 hrs (working hours).