Spinal injury care for young people – how live-in care can improve the lives of younger spinal injury patients
A spinal injury is a life-changing event that’s difficult to cope with whatever your age. But despite the fact that approximately half the people who have a spinal injury are under the age of thirty, spinal injury care solutions are far more likely to cater for older...
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As restrictions are relaxing and the world slowly opens again, feelings of isolation and loneliness are still present in the elderly. Many still feel anxious about mixing, and for some life is still very different from what it was before.
It can be challenging for many carers to take a break from providing care for a loved one. But adequate rest and recuperation is vital. Looking after your own health is essential if you want to continue providing care. In these situations, respite care can help.
Although (MS) is currently a lifelong condition for which there is no cure, regular exercise is central to a positive lifestyle that can help slow the progression of the disease.
To provide the best care and support both before and after a dementia diagnosis, it is important to understand how it manifests itself in the early stages.
Understanding how a spinal cord injury (SCI) affects both our clients and their wider support network of friends and family helps us to provide the best care possible. It can also provide useful insight and guidance for people who are navigating their way with an SCI, for themselves or a loved one.
Individuals with a brain injury often need a wide range of support in day to day life and this can be challenging to navigate both for themselves and their families. Whilst treatment and recovery plans are different for everyone, live-in care at home can offer the greatest benefits to client’s health and wellbeing. Here at Eximius, holistic support is at the core of our live-in care programme. The services we provide are tailored to help the whole person rather than focusing solely on our client’s medical and physical needs. This means their mental and emotional needs also form an essential part of their care plan.
Here at Eximius, we are incredibly proud to be one of only 5% of care providers in the UK to be rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
But what else differentiates the companies that provide outstanding care? There is no one better placed to highlight the quality of our care than our own clients and families. We are delighted to share with you here highlights of the service we are proud to provide, in their words.
The nature of some conditions can mean you or your loved one need specialist care during the night as well as during the day. This can be both exhausting and difficult to manage without dedicated support. Whether you need respite care at night because you’re already providing care during the day, or support round the clock, you could benefit from our Live-In Night Care service.