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|Posted on November 4, 2016 at 3:41 PM||comments (140)|
Are you looking for Childcare in Leicester?
|Posted on August 6, 2015 at 7:45 AM||comments (106)|
10:00 am to 15:00, Tuesday 1st September 2015.
City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester LE1 1FZ
An older persons' drop in event open to all, providing advice, information, guidance and networking opportunities.
or call 0116 454 2347 for more information
Ref: Leicester City Council
|Posted on May 15, 2013 at 12:57 PM||comments (104)|
Currently Carers Direct Homecare is preparing for Dementia Awareness information. This will be posted soon on our website. Keep visiting....
What is Dementia?
As described by Alzheimer's Society of Great Britain: The term 'dementia' describes a set of symptoms that include loss of memory, mood changes, and problems with communication and reasoning. There are many types of dementia. The most common are Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia. Dementia is progressive, which means the symptoms will gradually get worse.
|Posted on October 19, 2012 at 3:28 PM||comments (132)|
Are you working in the field of Health and Social Care already?
then there is exciting opportunity to start with us. Excellent rates of pay! Send your CV on [email protected] or call 01162557237.
|Posted on May 31, 2012 at 6:49 PM||comments (132)|
We consider the social, psychological, and spiritual needs of each person as well as their care needs. We have chosen to remain a relatively small agency so that we do not risk losing this personal involvement.
Person-centred care involves valuing each individual. As we said on our home page, it personally matters to us that each and every one of our clients is happy with their care. Whatever someone’s age or infirmity, colour or gender, they are entitled to be treated with dignity and respect.
Our carers will do everything they to give the person they care for a good quality of life.Providing person-centred care also involves recognising and supporting the unique personal history and personality of individuals. Live-in care is an ideal way to do this as the client remains in their own home, even when they require full time care, and the care plan is based around the lifestyle of the individual. Obviously there are certain constraints as we also have to take account of legislation and the well-being of the carers but we do everything possible to fulfil a client’s individual requirements.
Person-centred care also requires carers to try and understand the world from the perspective and experiences of the person they are caring for and be able to demonstrate empathy through actions and support. This is particularly important when the person being care for is experiencing a dementia