After spending time with loved ones over Christmas you may have noticed a family member isn’t managing quite as well as you had thought?
Jennie Coy, Belmont at Home Manager says: “Over the Christmas period many people spent time with family. They may not have seen them for some time until then and have been quite shocked and surprised at how they didn’t seem to be coping. Maybe they were easily flustered and at times very confused? It can be concerning and upsetting, but a little bit of gentle support from a company like ours is sometimes all it needs to make a huge difference.”
Belmont@Home is perfectly placed to offer lots of advice and first step recommendations. Providing a no obligation care needs assessment, and signposting towards the right direction, the Belmont@home care team can help.
Unlike a traditional home care service the Belmont@Home service offers a more bespoke and tailored serviceto meet the needs and requirements of the customer. From personal care, organisation of social activities, attending to daily admin, housekeeping and preparing meals, or acting as chaperone to appointments, the service is as focused as the customer wants it to be.
The main benefit of the service are the skills and knowledge derived from it’s specialist elderly and dementia care homes, which means Belmont@Home is able to offer specialised support to people living with Dementia, Parkinson’s or cancer, as well as those requiring care after a hospital admission.
Unlike other home careservices across the UK, Belmont at Home care services in the Midlands and Kent are not rushed. Every individual benefits from the care team’s time, attention, and care. No rushed visits, no clock watching, just time for dedicated personal service.
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