Support for the Elderly
Professional Care for the Elderly now available in your own home
SFI Care Solutions are now pleased to offer the services of our highly experienced and qualified staff to care for the Elderly in their own homes.
We can also support people who are:
Recovering from Serious Injury or Long Term Illness
Requiring re-enablement care following a hospital discharge
A care solution that is flexible and dependable.
Care tailored to the needs of individuals.
A care service delivered to users in their own homes.
SFI Staff Priorities:
Service User Dignity & Respect
Security of the home
Personal support and assistance with washing, showering, bathing, toileting, and grooming, delivered by professionally trained carers is an essential part of the SFI Care Solutions offer.
Our services for the elderly also include:
Escorts to hospital or medical and dental appointments (transport can be provided)
Creating a caring environment and providing companionship to service users.
In-house cleaning and domestic services e.g. ironing and washing-up.
Budget management and help with paying bills.
Medication administration and prescription collection.
Involvement and access to activities in the local community.
Help with shopping.
Dietary support and help preparing nutritious meals.
Service users are assisted to have a good quality life within their own home.
Have companionship, support and access to the community.
Encouraged to have an independent lifestyle.
Service users are regularly introduced to new activities and interests.
Given opportunities to make new friends and to rekindle old friendships.
Encouraged to be active members of the community.
SFI staff undertake a detailed assessment of each of our service users care requirements and produce a comprehensive care plan that is specific to the needs of the person. The care plan is then reviewed at regular intervals with the service user and their family to ensure that it continues to provide the level of support that is needed and wanted.
SFI Care Solutions for the elderly promote respect for:
Equality - fair treatment and an opportunity to participate on equal terms for all people who use our service.
Diversity - differences and similarities in culture, religion, sexuality and ethnicity.
Human Rights - rights to life, rights to liberty and to security, rights to respect for private and family life, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, and freedom of expression.
Inclusion - a service users inclusion in the community and in the way that SFI services are offered and operated.
Service users can specify their own personalised care plan.
Care plans are reviewed and updated at regular intervals.