People spend a lifetime building a home and this is where they often feel safest and most comfortable. To be looked after in your own home is usually preferable to the stress of moving into other arrangements, and with the right support in place, it’s possible for almost everyone.
Living life your way is essential to maintaining independence. We consider all your needs and what you want to achieve with the aid of our support, then we work with you to tailor a care service that is suitable to your desires and needs. If your needs or desires change – the service will adapt, it’s that simple!
Types of home care
We offer several types of home care. Domiciliary care is very flexible, allowing you to remain independent with regular visits from one of our care workers. If you need more support or want the reassurance of someone there for you at all times, we offer live-in care packages. We also provide respite care to give hardworking families a break.
If you have more complex healthcare requirements or transitions from hospital with recovery care or medical support from qualified and experienced nurses, all this can be discussed, tailored and provided.
TPS care workers will visit you as often as you need to help you with daily tasks such as bathing, eating, cooking, cleaning – you can just enjoy living in your own home!
Everyone needs a break from time to time, whether it’s a few short hours or holiday in the sun. Our flexible respite care gives you the peace of mind that your loved one is getting the best possible care whilst you recharge.
Unfortunately as we age we struggle to manage everyday tasks like we once could. Our care workers give you whatever support you want, from visiting a couple of times a week to round-the-clock nursing care.
Our nursing staff can be on hand to provide the highest standards of nursing care from within your own home. Complex health requirements do not have to mean hospitalisation.
Rehabilitative care provides extra support as you recover from illness or surgery helping you to relearn old skills or gain new ones. This care can particularly benefit people with dementia or physical difficulties. Rehab care enables you to maximise your long-term independence and quality of life.
A companion care worker is there to make your life easier and more enjoyable. They offer company and friendship but can help you with those essential personal and household tasks. Regular visits will help to provide you with a sense of security and peace of mind.