Discover the ins and outs of homecare!
We answer some of the most asked questions when looking for care in your own home, if you have any other questions, please feel free to call our team at 0115 648 6630.
Home care services provide numerous benefits, such as personalised care in the comfort of one's own home, maintaining independence and familiarity, customized assistance based on individual needs, cost-effectiveness compared to residential care facilities, and a sense of security and companionship.
When choosing a home care service provider, consider their reputation, credentials, and experience. Look for licensed and accredited providers, have positive reviews or testimonials from clients, and offer a range of services tailored to your specific needs.
No, reputable home healthcare service providers should be transparent about their costs and fees. Hygea will provide you with a detailed breakdown of the services included and any additional charges, ensuring there are no hidden costs. It's important to clarify this upfront when selecting a provider.
A home care service can provide assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, medication reminders, and light housekeeping. They can also offer companionship and emotional support, ensuring your safety and well-being while allowing you to remain in the comfort of your own home.
Our care management team would be delighted to discuss your requirements with you over the phone and then arrange a free, no-obligation assessment which would normally take place in your home. We recommend that you involve any family members you wish at this time, who may have some questions of their own.
We provide adult home care services in Long Eaton and surrounding areas such as Breaston, Draycott, Risley, Sawley, and Borrowash. Our dedicated team of caregivers can provide assistance and support right in the comfort of your home, ensuring that you or your loved one receive the care they need while maintaining independence and familiarity.
If you or a loved one needs homecare in Derbyshire and has savings below £23,250.00, Derbyshire County Council can help you access local care services.
On the other hand, if the savings are above £23,250.00, you'll need to fund your homecare independently.
To obtain private homecare in Derbyshire, simply reach out to Hygea Homecare. They will handle everything from an initial assessment of your requirements to creating and agreeing on a comprehensive care plan with you, and ultimately matching you with the perfect care professional.
At our organisation, we proudly offer care services to individuals with both physical and learning disabilities. Our highly trained care professionals are fully equipped to handle mobility issues, and provide the perfect level of care for those with anything from mild physical disabilities to more severe cases."
Take comfort in knowing that after-hospital care can be arranged anytime during your hospital stay, or even after you're discharged. Our friendly team is available to help you arrange after-hospital care today - so you can have peace of mind knowing you'll have the support of your care professionals from the moment you leave the hospital.
Our staff receive ongoing training to ensure they meet or exceed all national regulatory requirements. We encourage them to participate in personal development and attend additional training courses to further their skills. Specialist training courses are also available to help staff become fully qualified to provide complex care needs.
Our carers are assigned based on each client's specific needs and preferences. We will conduct an assessment to determine the level of care required and match a suitable carers with the necessary skills and experience to provide the best possible care and support.
Continuity is fundamental to our service users and us, and our carers are allocated to individuals to ensure continuity is maintained. We limit the number of carers to an individual client to a maximum of 5; this is the ideal range to continue care when circumstances prevent a carer from attending.