Individual care in your own home
There are many reasons why people need a care service in their home. It can be that the person is elderly and frail and unable to do some daily tasks without support, it may be required as a result of an illness, disability or hospitalisation. Each person's needs are individual and Rutledge Domiciliary Care Services recognises the importance of individual assessments.
Types of Domiciliary Care Services we Provide:
Rutledge Domiciliary Care Services provide a comprehensive range of care and support services to enable people to live safely with independence and dignity in their own home for as long as possible. This is a 24 hour service, which can be delivered at various times daily / weekly to meet the needs of the client.
Rutledge Healthcare Workers are trained in aspects of care; the service is continually monitored and assessed to ensure we provide the best possible training and service which meets the needs of staff and clients. we believe that by recruiting caring people, training them well and monitoring the care they deliver closely, we provide an excellent service to our clients.
Cleaning / Laundry / Ironing
Bathing & Showering
Assistance with Dressing, Mobility and Feeding
Activities, Reading, Reminiscence
RESPITE CARE AT HOME
Respite care is short-term care used as a temporary alternative to a person's usual care arrangements. People who care for someone with dementia or other degenerative illness often carry on without realising how tired or tense they have become. A break or holiday can help them relax and recharge their batteries. It is important that carers have regular breaks and make time for their own needs. Respite care may also be needed in other situations, for example, the carer might have a family function to attend or might feel unwell themselves. It is natural to prefer to stay in familiar surroundings, especially for someone living with dementia. Respite at home can help alleviate family carer's feelings of guilt and prevent unnecessary disruption to the person in need of care.
Reablement services are very focused on improving peoples health, well-being, confidence and independence - the aim is to help people regain ability to live as independently as possible in their own home. Reablement is often introduced after a person has suffered an acute illness or has been hospitalised, which can result in a loss of confidence coupled with an inability to do things in the way they always did them. This service normally lasts up to six weeks with a weekly monitoring of the persons progress.
Assistance with Daily Living - e.g. Catheter Care
Palliative Care, End of Life Support
Dementia Care / Reminiscing Therapy
Night Care - Awake or Sleep over nights.
For Further Details please contact Ashley Currie firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel: 02837515848) or Sharon Herron at email@example.com (Tele 02837515487)
How We Work
We pride ourselves on delivering value for money and transparency across all our domiciliary care services, and we regularly benchmark our services with those of our competitors. During our initial home consultation we’ll gain a better idea of the services you need and be able to give you a more precise idea of requirements and costs.
Our initial home consultation is carried out by one of our service managers, who is a highly experienced care industry professional. They’re not sales people, so you can rest assured that they won’t do any hard sell and there is never any obligation on you to buy our services. Our people are on your side and committed to helping you to organise the support you need.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How quickly could you set up a care package that meets my needs and requirements?
In the event of emergency care being required we will try to assess your needs on the same day or the following day. In many cases we can start delivering your care within 24 hours of your call.
What is the minimum amount of time I could have a support worker visit me each day?
We want to deliver only the best quality service to you and the minimum duration a healthcare worker will visit is 30 minutes.
How many healthcare workers will be delivering my care package?
We want you to feel comfortable and have a good relationship with your healthcare workers, so therefore we like to ensure we keep numbers to a minimum.
How much notice do I need to give if I cancel my healthcare worker?
You need to give us 24 hours’ notice; otherwise we will have to charge in full.
I’m not getting on with my healthcare worker. What do I do?
It is really important to us that you get on with, and value your healthcare worker. If you are not satisfied, please contact our Domiciliary Care Manager and they will try to get you someone new as quickly as possible.
Are you able to provide care every day?
Yes, our care packages can be delivered every day.
How much do your care packages cost?
Our charges depend on what services you use, all costs will be transparent and discussed in detail with you.
Do you charge more to deliver services over bank holidays and statutory holiday days?
Our services for these days are charged at double the standard rate.
Join R Team!
Rutledge Domiciliary Care are currently looking for caring, compassionate, enthusiastic and knowledgeable care workers to join an already established and professional care team
Why join Rutledge?
- £8.00 + per hour (depending on experience)
- A flexible work environment that suits your family life or current job
- Work within your locality/postal area
- Full in-house training*
- FREE uniform
- Option to gain a Health & Social care qualification whilst you work
- Employee referral bonus
*Preferably we require our care worker’s to have at least 6 months recent care experience although we do offer full training to those of you who would like the opportunity to become a care worker
So what do I need to start?
- Caring nature
- Driving license
- Access NI
- NISCC registration
- and last of all…YOU!
Don’t delay! Register today!
Contact Ashley on 028 37515848 or Sharon on 028 37515847
Alternatively email your C.V. to
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Practical Support
- Personal Support
- Social Support
- Respite Care at Home
- Specialist Support