Providing companionship for our clients

Providing companionship for our clients

What is companionship care? According to the campaign to End loneliness, loneliness is seen by many as ones of the largest health concerns we face: The number of over-50s experiencing loneliness is set to reach two million by 2025/6Half a million older people go at...

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Supporting our clients with brain injuries

Supporting our clients with brain injuries

What is brain injury? Brain injury takes many forms and has many causes and levels of severity. Any brain injury that has occurred since birth is known as an acquired brain injury (ABI). Other common forms of brain injury include:  Traumatic brain injury (TBI) –...

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What is live-in care?

What is live-in care?

What is Live-In Care?   When people can no longer live alone, either because they are elderly, or have a condition that means they can’t cope on their own, live-in care can enable them to stay safely at home.  Many people don’t realise that...

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Recovery from an Illness

Recovery from an Illness

Having an illness such as pneumonia or receiving treatment for cancer can leave you with very little strength to enable a full recovery. At Eximius, we have a holistic approach to our client’s health and happiness, whatever illness they may be recovering from. As...

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Recovery from an Operation

Recovery from an Operation

Coming home from hospital can be challenging and scary. Whether you are recovering from a hip operation, hysterectomy, or any other type of operation, even the simplest tasks can seem hard. Through our live-in care service, an Eximius support companion can help. From...

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Care for Couples

Care for Couples

Live-in care can be especially beneficial for couples, allowing them to stay in their familiar surroundings and continue to support each other as they grow old together. It is certainly cost effective compared to 2 people moving in to residential care. One of them may...

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Spinal Injury

Spinal Injury

The spinal cord is made up of nerves that run through the backbone and help control the body’s muscles, enabling a person to move their body, feel pressure and control vital functions such as their breathing, bladder and bowels. Should an injury occur in the spinal...

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects your brain and spinal cord. In MS, the coating that protects your nerves (myelin) is damaged, and this causes a range of symptoms. There are many symptoms, but some of the more common ones are:...

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