Re-ablement live-in care
Paragon Home healthcare offers re-ablement live-in care which is designed to provide practical care, support and re-ablement for those recovering from an illness, hospital admission or the physically frail.
Our re-ablement nursing team will work with you, and the hospital and the discharge team closely so that you or your loved one can come home swiftly and with the support, care and equipment needed.
Giving you the added reassurance of around the clock support, a carefully chosen re-ablement carer supports you day-to-day and is available at night if needed. From mobility support, personal care, bowel & continence care through to medication administration and support, the care is bespoke and fully adaptable around your needs and desired outcomes.
The re-ablement care is delivered in the home by trained live-in carers overseen by a nursing team for between 6-12 weeks during which the care is reviewed. After this period the care can be stepped down or can be maintained.
To find out more contact our nursing team now on 020 3006 2802.
Costs for re-ablement live-in care are comparative to care home fees, to find out more please give us a call on 020 3006 2802.
Quality assurance and Governance systems
We are committed to ensuring you receive the best possible service and have systems and processes in place to help us achieve this.
Our team use our smart and innovative care and monitoring systems to coordinate your care streamlining paperwork and reducing unnecessary administration.
We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and have strict procedures in place which are regularly checked by our specialist teams.
Your care assistant will need a bedroom available to them due to the nature of live-in care work. Care assistants will also need break times and we will build these into the work schedule.
If this is something you would like to discuss with us further, one of our highly professional nursing team will come to meet with the person requiring care and those involved to answer any questions and to complete a free care assessment of the requirements. This can be conducted at home while the person is in a hospital for example.