MBI Homecare ltd offer Domiciliary , Day Opportunities for people with Learning Disability and Training services
Our aim is one of prevention, enablement, reduce loneliness and social isolation, promote independence as ways of achieving and exceeding desired outcomes, ensuring choice in how people's needs are met. Continue to develop the service which is - vibrant, diverse, provide quality care - to the whole community - regardless of how services are funded, and promote quality as part of our workforce development strategy.
Our Domiciliary care service can be arranged on an hourly, daily or weekly basis for a single visit or full time care.Assistance with all aspects of personal care is provided including:
- Domestic services as part of a care package or independently
- Live in service
- 24 hour care
- Night sitting or sleep over service
- Getting up or putting to bed service
- Hospital discharge service
- Shopping services
- Laundry services
- Bathing services
- Meal preparation / provision
- Outings and special events escorting services
- Holiday escorting services (including foreign holidays)
- Liaison with social workers, district nurses, family and friends.
Support for all the above is provided by professional, fully qualified nurses and experienced health and social care workers.
Our Day Service provides an integrated early intervention service which promotes wellbeing, individual health, maximise individual's independence and promote social inclusion by accessing a wide range of activities, opportunities and resources within your local community, Whilst also providing an opportunity for your carers, family members or friends to have a break from the caring role. We do this by offering Community and Centre based service or a mixture of both.
Our training centre offer a range of training courses for Health and Social Care workers provides a range of training courses for employers wishing to ensure their care staff have access to first class training and development, so they can provide the best care possible for the wide range of adults in their care while meeting the increasingly demanding requirements of the Care Sector.