What is Specialist and Complex Care?
Specialist Care allows those suffering from long-term or chronic health conditions to live at home with dignity and independence. This usually requires a combination of live-in and visiting care professionals who will partner with your doctors, visiting nurses, physiotherapists, etc., to ensure a high quality of life at home.
Once we start providing complex care, our care plans are reviewed regularly with the person cared for and their family, as well as advocates or commissioners, to ensure your loved one receives the best care possible.
Who is specialist care for?
This service suits families with a loved one about to be discharged from the hospital who might be facing a lengthy recovery process at home and will have significant care needs that need monitoring. It is also for those suffering from degenerative conditions with increasing care needs.
At Amora Care, we understand the stress and worry families experience, which is why we also care for families providing open communication and allowing you to be involved in your loved one’s care through our App.
How does specialist care work?
During your free assessment, we will understand your unique situation and determine what level of support you require. Our care professionals are highly trained and qualified, but training is embedded in our culture and if we don’t have trained staff available to deal with your condition, we will train them in the first instance.
If training is not readily available we will happily refer you to another service provider. We can support your loved one with the following:
Washing, dressing and personal care
Follow your loved one’s care with our App
Safe moving and handling
Support getting up and going to bed
Holistic care alongside other professionals
As much or as little support as required
Monitoring your health
Reminding, encouraging and administering medication
Worried about the cost of specialist care?
Your local clinical commissioning group (CCG) determines your eligibility for continued care funded by the NHS.
If you are not eligible for NHS-funded care, contact your local authority because you may still be eligible to receive funding via the social care budget.