Complex Care at Home
Complex Care covers a huge range of conditions including neurological disorders, respiratory conditions, life-limiting illnesses and life-changing injuries.
When you have one of these conditions, living what is deemed a ‘normal’ life may feel out of reach, but this does not need to be the case. We can support you in the comfort of your own home to achieve your aspirations and goals and lead an active and fulfilling life.
Our Complex Care Services
Our compassionate and experienced team are specially trained in all aspects of Complex Care including medication administration, ventilator use, tracheostomy care, PEG-gastronomy and continence care (including catheter, bowel and stoma care). Our focus on providing individually designed care packages means if we identify a care need that requires further specialist skills, we will train our teams to meet those needs.
Our aim is to support people to live as active, fulfilling and independent a life as possible. We will ensure the person and their family have every opportunity for choice over their care and their day to day lives.
We constantly review the care and support we provide, to make sure it evolves as needs change over time. If something isn’t working, we will find another way to do it and develop our services in line with the individual’s requirements.
HFHC Healthcare is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), giving peace of mind that our care services will be of the highest quality delivered by staff that are selected and trained specifically for someone’s needs.
What is Complex Care?
Complex Care is a holistic service that provides specialist care and support to people with a wide range of physical and mental health needs including but not limited to Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Huntington’s Disease, Muscular Dystrophies and Post Trauma or Acquired Brain Injuries.
Complex Care at home includes providing help with personal care and physical needs, as well as offering emotional support and companionship to someone.
Care services are delivered with input not only from the person being supported, but also their family (if the individual so chooses) and other healthcare professionals such as GPs, specialists and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).