Providing live-in dementia care within a familiar environment has a positive impact on well-being. We take a personal and sensitive approach to dementia care as we understand that the symptoms vary quite considerably from person to person. Consistency of routine and surroundings provide comfort and reassurance and being immersed in a home full of memories is often invaluable.
Here at Hazel care , we we take great satisfaction in supporting people regain their confidence and mobility . We offer short-term help if you need to recover after an operation, and longer-term rehab care to manage and support your journey back to full health.
It’s so important that you have the time to relax and recuperate, as it can be so tiring to continuously strive to progress. It’s often in these times that we turn our attention to the housekeeping, the laundry, or anything else that’s needed to keep things running smoothly until you’re back on your feet.
Palliative care is for people living with a terminal illness where a cure is no longer possible. Our goal is very much to help the person, and everyone affected by their diagnosis, to achieve the best quality of life.
For people with life-limiting conditions, having the choice of being treated at home is so important. It allows us to promote a high level of wellbeing and independence for our clients, helping them to live as actively as possible for as long as possible, whilst also providing a relaxed and stress-free environment for all.
A large part of palliative care is concerned with relieving discomfort or distress, and we do everything we can to manage pain and other physical symptoms. Our care plans are individually tailored, and they can complement more mainstream treatments such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
Here at Hazel care limited, we also work with psychological, social, or spiritual needs, and we support the specialist teams.
We work with specialist medical staff to ensure we get the best possible advice for each person in our care. Our carers receive specialist training on how to deal with, and care for clients with life-limiting illnesses, or those who need end-of-life care.
Mental Health Care
Our experience of working people who have a various mental health diagnosis ranging from Psychosis , Anxiety , Depression and Complex Trauma , our staff work closely with individuals looking at support plans , Crisis and Contingency planning including using psycho-social support and evidence based support to ensure that people can avoid hospital admission or allow early discharge from hospital