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care plans


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care plans


 
 
 

why have a care service user guide?

 

 

Our care service user guide is written to provide a structure of care during the term of engagement. Initially Careflo™ will consult with a you or a loved one to understand the nature of the illness, disability, injury or otherwise, to ascertain what degree of care will be best suited. We'll look at the big picture and can discuss any additional requirements.

Once we have a full understanding of your day-to-day needs, we'll present you with your care plan. It will cover a time period set out between us. Respite care tends to have a specific time period whereas structured and general care have an undetermined time period. Palliative and dementia care has a non-specific time period. In all cases, a mandatory review and evaluation involving all care professionals will take place after a determined period of time or every 6 months (whichever comes sooner).

The care plan may also contain medical history or prescription details. Careflo™ keeps in regular contact with district services, local GP services, clinics and pharmacies to ensure  smooth, quality delivery of service overall. We need to know what treatments you are undergoing so that we can build it into the service you'll receive from us. We hope that with a more joined up, balanced approach, we are able to deliver good health and great care.

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

 

 
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general


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general


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created around your daily routine

 

JAN & Gracie

Jan suffers from mild MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and as a widow, needs a little help around the house. As the condition compounds over time, it's important that she build a relationship with a care professional who is going to be there with her more and more often. That's where Gracie steps in. Gracie is a carer recently qualified from the Careflo™ training programme. The two have hit it off!

Gracie is a light for those who rely on her but for Jan, it's the feeling of security and the laughs that are shared that make the relationship special and as time passes, the bond between them grows. For Us, social skills pay a lead role in good health and great care.

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General care plan (6 month reviewed)

  • Covering a 6 month period from January to August
  • 3 morning visits per week between 10.30 - 12.30 (Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday)
  • Monthly visits to a Chiropractor, pick up/return
  • Administering medication
  • Helping with bathing
  • Supporting domestic requirements
  • Making purchases for the household online and locally
  • Assisting with meal preparation

 

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

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respite


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respite


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leaving care in good hands

 

JOHN & DEBBIE

John has had double hip replacement and is in a period of recovery following the operation. His carer (his wife), would be away for 3 weeks supporting their daughter in Australia, and we were invited to discuss a care plan that suited John's needs.

Debbie is one of our experienced team members. She's worked with people in the community for over 8 years, providing support and managing patients back to health following injury and operation. Debbie helped support John in his daily routine with dignity and respect enabling Joyce to take the time booked months before to visit her daughter and the arrival of her new grandchild.

RESPITE CARE PLAN (5 weeks)

  • Covering a 5 week period from May to June
  • 7 day visits per week between 9.30 - 13.00 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday)
  • Weekly visits to the GP, pick up/return
  • Administering medication
  • Helping with bathing
  • Supporting domestic requirements
  • Making purchases for the household online and locally
  • Assisting with meal preparation

 

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

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re-enablement


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re-enablement


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REST MAKES THE HEART GROW STRONGER

 

beverley & Karolina

Following a triple by-pass heart operation, Beverley needed to take stock of her care requirements. Widowed some years ago, she's adapted life and is the cornerstone of the family unit. When it came to the time of surgery, a realisation that she needed assistance became apparent, not only for her but for her family a distance away.

It was her family that made contact with Careflo™ to discuss having a carer for her post operative needs. We set out a considered care plan that kept Beverley's independence intact while giving her the peace of mind that she could rest and recover well. 

re-enablement CARE PLAN (3 MONTH REVIEWED)

  • Covering a 3 month period (fixed term contract) from August to November
  • 4 morning visits per week from 11.00 - 12.30 (Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Sunday)
  • Dressing and undressing
  • Helping with bathing
  • Supporting domestic requirements
  • Making purchases for the household online and locally
  • Assisting with meal preparation

 

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

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structured


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structured


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UNDERSTANDING Long term care

 

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Joyce & Elizabeth

Joyce has been with Careflo™ for quite some time due to long standing disability. We've provided care ever since Joyce moved to the Southwest in 1993. Joyce still wanted the independence of life despite her near life-long disability.

Elizabeth has been with Joyce from day one, providing personal and social care on a weekly basis. They've become the best of friends over the years, it's great to see Joyce smiling. Elizabeth was proud to be invited to Joyce's daughter's wedding last year and was considered part of the family - Good heath, great care.

structured care plan (6 month reviewed)

  • Covering a 6 month period from January to August
  • 6 Morning visits per week between 9.00 - 1.00 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday)
  • Monthly visits to a Chiropractor (dates to be confirmed monthly), pick up/Return
  • Administering medication
  • Helping with bathing
  • Supporting domestic requirements
  • Making purchases for the household online and locally
  • Assisting with meal preparation

 

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

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palliative


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palliative


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dignified & trusted care

 

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Peter & James

Trusting care to someone outside of the family unit can be a difficult reality. When Peter was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, his options in life were automatically reduced. One clear option was to keep Peter in the home to best live the rest of his life. Peter's wife Elizabeth wanted to make sure affairs were in place and Careflo™ were instructed to take some of the pressure away from them both.

James has a wealth of knowledge, understanding and empathy in 'end of life' care. He has been on hand to manage the entire care plan and needs of Peter and they have become reliant on his great service and ability to gauge each situation as it arrives.

palliative CARE PLAN (1 month rolling)

  • Covering a 1 month period (rolling contract) from September to October
  • 6 morning and 6 afternoon visits per week (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday)
  • Assigned 2 carers automatically
  • Weekly liaising with local care trust specialist's
  • Administering medication
  • Helping with personal hygiene
  • Regular re-positioning to maintain comfort
  • Supporting the family during the care period

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.

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dementia


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dementia


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solutions that take courage

 

Catherine & PatrYcja

Catherine is suffering from Parkinson's disease and her memory is disappearing week to week. She requires in depth care as she unfortunately has no immediate family. Some months ago, it was decided to give her needs led domiciliary care. As the condition worsens, there may be a nursing home placement requirement.

For now, Patrycja has things covered. She spends quality time with Catherine, recalling memories and supporting Catherine's needs in every way. Dementia can be frustrating, mood changing, debilitating so it's important to understand how to turn situations around and reflect positively. Good health, great care.

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dementia CARE PLAN (6 MONTH reviewed)

  • Covering a 1 month period (rolling contract) from September to October
  • 6 morning and 6 afternoon visits per week (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday)
  • Weekly liaising with local care trust specialist's
  • Administering medication
  • Helping with bathing
  • Supporting domestic requirements
  • Making purchases for the household online and locally
  • Assisting with meal preparation

 

You may be eligible for benefits that may cover part or all of your care. Check with your local care provider.


WHATEVER YOUR CARE NEED - WE CAN HELP 

CALL 01454 809070

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