How We Support You

How We Support You

We want our clients to feel safe, comfortable and cared for in their own homes.

Here at Cornwall Care, our aim is to always help our clients live more independent and fulfilling lives, no matter what illness or disease is affecting them. To do this, we provide bespoke care packages tailored to, not only look after the individual’s needs, but also to support their families and friends as well.

FCornwall Care How We Support You Image 2.jpgor us, caring for individuals is not just about delivering a service. We make sure that we create a warm and supportive environment for our clients and do our best to encourage their independence and confidence. More and more people are choosing to live independently at home for as long as possible and we are here to ensure that happens. We understand the importance of being in your own space.

Relatives are actively encouraged to be involved in the care planning process as much as possible and we aim to ensure clients are visited by the same carer each time so that when they open the door, they are greeted by a familiar and friendly face.

Meeting new clients in the community

When we meet new clients in the community, this is what we do:

  • Meet the individual in their home and carefully assess their situation, identifying their needs and completing a full My Life Plan care assessment
  • Provide practical advice and possible solutions regarding all aspects of the individual’s care
  • Help ensure the individual or their family are claiming all financial benefits, allowances and support they are entitled to
  • Help the individual and their family map out their care and support plan for now and the future, including everything from personal care, medication, diet and nutrition to personal activities, hobbies and more
  • Help the individual live with dignity, independently in their own home

The ways in which we can support our clients

Cornwall Care How We Support You Image 1.jpgThere are many ways we can support our clients, including but not limited to:

  • Help around the home, from cleaning and laundry to shopping and preparing meals
  • Personal support such as dressing, bathing and help with prescribed medication
  • Companionship, being there to help with activities clients enjoy, such as days out, reading, or just having a chat
  • Sitting service (if the individual is usually cared for by their family, we can step in when they are unavailable)
  • Assistance with medication
  • Specialist advice for families
  • Dementia and palliative care

If you have any queries concerning how we can support you, please click here to get in touch with our team.