Community Care Services
The Leading Care Company
Community Care Services
Sometimes just doing the simple things that we enjoy can be a challenge. This is why The Leading Care Company offer our customers a number of Community Care Services.
Whether it is due to getting older, illness or following an accident, sometimes we just need some help to continue to live our lives and continue to do the things that we love and what makes us happy.
Social Community Care Services
The Leading Care Company can assist you with getting out to the groups that you are part of, whether it is your local community centre, social club, adult day care or meeting friends for a game of Bingo.
We support our clients to make sure they are still active within their communities, continue to meet with their friends and families and do the things that make them happy. We are here to empower our clients to live life to the full.
Health Community Care Services
The Leading Care Company also provides services to get you to hospital, doctors and other social support networks and providers. Let us know what you need and we can get you where you need to be when you need to be there, we will even remind you and assist you every step of the way.
This can be for regular appointments or for one off appointments.
Supporting You With Our Community Care Services
The Leading Care Company are here to support our communities with a large range of Care Services, however, often the hard part is asking for the help that you need. Please call us for an informal chat about your situation and needs on 01753 369977 or complete our Free Care Consultation form to discover exactly how we can help you and your family.
The Types Of Home CareServices We Provide
The Leading Care Company provides a flexible range of personalised domiciliary care services including:
• Assistance to get up in the morning and with going to bed at night.
• Assistance with general mobility.
• Working with your local Pharmacy to collect medicines, and help with taking medication.
• Lightening the load with shopping, housework and laundry.
• Preparing, cooking and serving food and drink whilst also taking into consideration any dietary requirements and preferences.
• Toilet and bathroom arrangements with dignity.
• Monitoring skin health.
• Help with socialising and social visits to friends and family.
• Visiting clubs, religious centres, day centres or enablement of other cultural activities.
• Personal care or physical wellbeing check ups.
• Support at pre-arranged times including short visits or monitoring through the day or night.
We provide care and support services to the following groups:
• 18 and Over.
• Those with sensory loss or impairment.
• People with physical disabilities.
• People with learning disabilities or autism.
• Individuals with mental health problems.
• Individuals living with dementia.
• Those who need assistance due to the misuse of drugs or alcohol.
How The Leading Care Company Supports It's Clients & Families
We take care of all the administration like pay, holidays and sickness.
All our carers are vetted, trained to the highest standards and managed properly.
You have a personal care manager and a dedicated community of care workers who are always available.
What you need to do next.
Contact us by completing the form.
A member of The Leading Care Company will arrange a meeting with you and your family.
We will create a unique care package designed around what you need and what care option is best for you.
You will have the opportunity to meet your care workers to ensure a good match between client and carer.
During the early stages we monitor everything that is happening to ensure that our clients, families and carers are satisfied and receiving the care that they need and want..
You will be kept in the loop every step of the way.
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The Leading Care Company and The Care Quality Commission.
Who Are The CQC?
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department of Health and Social Care of the United Kingdom. It was established in 2009 to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.
It was formed from three predecessor organisations:
- The Healthcare Commission.
- The Commission for Social Care Inspection.
- The Mental Health Act Commission.
The CQC’s stated role is to make sure that hospitals, care homes, dental and general practices and other care services in England provide people with safe, effective and high-quality care, and to encourage them to improve. It carries out this role through checks it carries out during the registration process all new care services must complete, inspections and monitoring of a range of data sources that can indicate problems with services.