Elderly Care, Supported Living and Home Care in Derbyshire
Whether you have a life long disability or you have been recently discharged from hospital following an injury, we can provide the right level of care that will allow you to manage this. You may feel anxious as to how you will manage with your physical impairment, especially if your injury is a recent one. At Gutu Mirror Health Care, our carers are here to put your mind at rest. We will build our care at home around your situation, so that your needs are always met. We can also provide special reablement home care in Derbyshire, for those who would like to regain their confidence and independence.
Dementia can take many forms, but often results in memory loss, changes in personality and difficulty in everyday tasks. At Gutu Mirror Health Care, we believe the best way to manage this complicated condition is through calm, compassionate care, an emphasis on familiar routines and activities that will help manage the condition. We will build a stable environment in which you or your loved one can live life the way you deserve.
Parkinson’s is a degenerative brain condition that can impact on motor skills, making physical movement and speech progressively worse. Those with Parkinson’s need not move into a care home, and compassionate domiciliary care is an alternative. Routine is critical when helping those with Parkinson’s and we can provide regular housekeeping, cooking and general activities to help manage the condition.
For further information about mental disability home care in Derbyshire, please contact us for a friendly chat.
Those who have learning disabilities may need help with a number of tasks including keeping the home tidy, visiting the doctor or eating. Whatever may be the case, we have the training to respond to all needs, whether you or your loved one has autism, sensory impairment or a cognitive condition. Everyone deserves the chance to live life to the fullest, and our support will help you to make that happen.
As you get older, you may worry about how you manage day to day living, if tasks are a lot harder to complete. If you do face difficulty, living in a care home is not the only option. If you need assistance everyday tasks, but would like to live in the comfort and security of your home, then domiciliary care is the answer. Additional support can help you to live the in the place you want to be. If the supported living is for a loved one, then you can have total peace of mind, as your relative will be in safe and capable hands.
Feelings of isolation and loneliness can become acute, especially as we enter the later years of our life. Feelings of loneliness can have a negative impact on our wellbeing, and it is critical that we are able to maintain human contact, even if it is for just a few hours a week. As such, we can attend to you, even if you don’t have a medical condition, but would like someone to simply be there for you. Maybe you would like someone to accompany you to the shops, or perhaps you would like to share a coffee. Whatever is the case, we are here.
We aim to provide a dynamic, creative and high quality service that meets and exceeds the service user’s requirements, through person-centred support. Our objective is to deliver the highest standard of care and support, taking full consideration of the outcomes expected by the service users and the contracting authority. The objective is underpinned and achieved under a framework of principles of person centred care approaches that are based around our ability to offer:
The person centred approach is implemented in a holistic manner that considers the service user’s overall well-being and incorporates:
The service user is fully involved in drawing up a Care and Support plan that meet and answers their own specific and particular requirements and outcomes.
We will continually seek to improve and develop our service and will ensure we clearly identify roles and responsibilities within our organisation to manage the performance of our delivery including:
If you are looking for any kind of home care in Derbyshire, please contact us to arrange a consultation.