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We are here to assist you with your long-term or short term care needs.  We are committed to providing a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led service to facilitate all of your individual care requirements. 

Same Day Service/Hospital Discharge

 

 

Care Resource Bureau provide a Same Day Service for those being discharged from Hosipital. For this type of Service User we aim to take on the care package within 24 hours of referral. 

 

In providing this service we hope to reduce bed blocking and hospitalisation of potential Service Users.

 

All staff allocated to this type of service are minimum NVQ/QCF Level 3 qualified, for your peace of mind. 

 

Live-In Care

 

Live In Care Workers support you with 24hr care so you will never have to be alone. Live in care can be supplied whether you live alone or with a loved one. This type of care and support reduces isolation but also allows you to receive the support you need.

 

 

Live In care gives you the chance to remain living in your own home with care and support available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Often is the case that our Service Users preference is to remain living at home, regardless of their state of health, now, through providing 24 hour support using our in house live-in carers, it is possible.

All of Care Resource Bureau’s Live-In Carers are hand-picked by us,

ensuring you are provided with a reliable, quality and caring service,

centred on you. All of our carer’s are trained to a high standard and

receive regular training updates in both standard care and support,

as well as specialised care.

 

 

 

Personal Care And Support
 

Our role is to support you in the life choices that you make. We put you at the centre of the planning to discover what you want, the support you need and how we can provide it. Just as everybody is different, everybody requires different levels of care; whether you need somebody to bathe and dress you or just need someone to pop in to help with the weekly shop, we are here to give you the care and support you need to lead the most independent life possible.

 

Although our care is tailored to meet your individual needs our most commonly requested services are:

 

Personal Care

 

• Medication management and support
• Continence management and support
• Dressing / undressing, washing, bathing and grooming
• Assistance with moving and handling
• Nutrition, feeding/peg feeding and support in healthy eating
• Skin and pressure care

 

Support


• Shopping
• Meal Preparation
• Visits to shops / outings
• Respite care for carers
• Light domestic duties
• Companionship
• Assistance with reading, writing and correspondence

 

 

 

We care for individuals with:

 

• Physical Disabilities

 Motor Neurone Disease

 Cancer

• Stroke

 Epilepsy

• Parkinsons Disease

 Huntingtons Disease

• Cerebral Palsy

 Alzheimers/Dementia

 Multiple Sclerosis 

 Head/Brain Injury

 Spinal Injury

 

and many more.. 

 

Dementia Care
 

The impact of dementia is rarely limited to one person alone and can also affect families, friends and local communities. Our role is to support you in maintaining as much independence as possible, enabling you to continue to make a positive contribution within your circle of family, friends and local community.  

 

What is Dementia Care?

 

As you may already know, dementia is a difficult condition to live with whether you are the person with the condition or if you care for someone who has it. Every day is different and the care and support required can vary dramatically from day to day. In addition to this, caring for someone with dementia requires specialist communication and behavioural skills to ensure identity is maintained and dignity preserved.

 

We believe that everybody has the right to live the fullest life available to them and we work hard to enable our clients with dementia 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 dementia care is tailored to meet each individual’s needs our most 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 

 

 
Palliative Care
 

It is often found that, given the choice, at the end of life individuals prefer to rest peacefully in the comfort of their own home with the reassurance of friends and family close by to support them and more importantly in their own familiar surrounding instead of being in a hospice or hospital setting which is not as personal. 

 

For an individual with a terminal illness which has progressed, being provided with a sensitive, person centred end of life care in their own home changes that process from being distressing to calm and comforting, also giving close friends and family more reassurance and support.

 

We, at Care Resource Bureau also believe that anyone should have the choice to remain at home until their final moments, which is why we have made it our mission to offer you that choice.

 

We can support all of your care needs, keep you safe and comfortable and ensure that your choice to remain at home is one that you can trust will be care and worry free.

 

All that is required for this request to be met is for Care Resource Bureau to ensure that your care planning is tailored sufficiently enough to be able to deal with medication requirements as well as any other support that may need to be addressed. To ensure your transition is as comfortable as possible. With our passion for care, knowledge, experience and expertise in the care sector we are more than capable of organising and ensuring those needs are met.

 

All of our Care Support Workers have the highest standard of training in the field of Palliative Care. With our in house trainer’s sensitive supportive and expertise carers and individuals are never alone which allows us to ensure support and advice is available to those 24/7.

 

The loss of a loved one is a challenging time for all, we believe that after the transition has taken place families need to be together and have that choice to mourn peacefully.

 

We can provide family’s and loved ones with that support if that is their preference. Care Resource Bureau staff are trained to make arrangements, give advice at your request and communicate with all necessary parties on your behalf.

 

Carers, Families and Service Users are fully supported by our 24/7 back up service.

 

Care Resource Bureau can support all your care needs at home with the support of:

 

  • G.P’s

  • District Nurses

  • Palliative care Nurses

  • Rennie Grove Nurses

  • MacMillan Nurses

  • Marie Curie Nurses

 
Supported Daily Living For Learning Disabilities
 

Individuals with Learning Disabilities may also wish to live independently, just as much as anyone else. We at Care Resource Bureau believe in making this desire a reality through supporting those with Learning Difficulties, with any care and assistance they may require, whether it is minimal or maximal. This includes all assistance with any personal care needs, assistance with light domestic work and ensuring you are able to interact in a social environment where desired.

 

Those living with a learning disability are as capable as anyone else to be able to live on their own with the correct provisions in place and with a tailored, specific and in depth care plan that focuses on your needs as our Service User, taking your views into account.

 

We work closely with Social Services, MENCAP and Learning Disabilities teams to ensure that all individual needs are met and catered for to the highest standard possible. Our Care Support Workers have enhanced training in working with Learning Disabilities Service Users.

 

Care Resource Bureau now give individuals with learning disabilities that right to choose by providing them the support they require to live independently we together will make it happen…

 

 

Care Resource Bureau offer assistance with:

 

 

  • Personal care

  • Medication

  • Companionship

  • Maintaining the Home

  • Shopping

  • Outings

  • Medical Appointments

  • Correspondence

  • Paying bills

  • Respite care for carers

 

 

Care Resource Bureau have a passion for supporting and developing those living with learning disabilities through interaction in the local community and allowing them to live the life they want with the help and support of our Care Support Workers.

 

 
Personal Assistant
 

Care Resource Bureau can supply you with any level of care and support you require for example, if you want to go on holiday, but have no one to go with you who is able to provide you with the care you require, we can supply a Care Support Worker to assist you on your holiday. Whilst Care Resource Bureau predominantly offers care within the home, we are able to assist you almost anywhere and if one of those places means going on holiday, we can make it happen.

 

 

Medical Appointments – If you have a medical appointment, we offer several different services to be able to assist you in attending that appointment. This includes escorting or taking you to an appointment, so you don’t have to rely on transport and you don’t have to go alone.

 

 

Organised Activities/Outings
 

We are passionate about minimising the issue of isolation, with this in mind, regardless of any physical or mental impairments,  we will endeavour to arrange several outings for our Service Users during the course of the year.