About BSA Care


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BSA Care is a privately owned company that has been delivering professional quality care to its continuously growing number of clients since 2008. We provide carers to elderly and disabled people who need assistance to maintain an independent lifestyle in their own homes or carer homes. We also help in the rehabilitation of adults recovering from illness or injury and assist in the provision of palliative care, whilst working in partnership with other healthcare professionals. We offer a service specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of each client. This can range from regular or occasional short visits to live -in care.

Where care matters.

In 2008 Mr. and Mrs. Sheraz who are in service industry since last 6 years and are serving the people with an ambition to eliminate the poverty through making people skilful. Another remarkable addition to their portfolio is the establishment of BSA CARE agency project for vulnerable people with a vision to create a proper tailored care for vulnerable people. A care underpinned by respect and dignity, Where BSA specialized staff is keen and dedicated to cater the needs on highest possible level which these elderly people deserve.

Our demand in Care

Home Care Assistant
Support Workers Learning Disabilities
Support Workers Mental Health
Domestic Cleaners

We will look after you as you want us to do.carer-is
Your choice and wish matters everything to us.
To help you in getting control over your own lives.
Enhancing your right of freedom.

AIms300x199(1)OUR AIMS ARE…….

 

  • To promote the welfare of the individual service user receiving our service.
  • To provide the service user with qualified, competent and experienced staff who will be able to take care of the needs of the client.
  • To help maintain the standard of care through our provisions.
  • Provide a checked and quality workforce for the social and care industries.
  • Ensuring that all clients and staff receive the same treatment in accordance with statutory Equal Opportunities policies.
  • To ensure that our policies and procedures are implemented at all times to maintain the quality of our services
  • Establishing and fostering a partnership approach with our clients to enable us work closely to gain a comprehensive understanding of both their personnel requirements and organisational culture.
  • To develop an understanding of our applicant and client needs and tailor our services to meet these needs.
  • Promoting and providing people with work opportunities to enable work skills development and capacity building of existing experiences.
  • Our main aim however is to help solve the recruitment needs of our clients while helping in standardising care services for the service user.
  • To provide personal and domestic assistance to enable the service users to remain in their own homes for as long as they wish.
  • To provide such support as the service user requests to meet their individual needs.
  • To assist those who need help because of extreme frailty, disability or illness, to live life as comfortably and independently as possible.
  • To deliver the best possible quality services that will overall improve the life of vulnerable people and service user. In this respect our care service is designed to meet the requirements of a quality service but tailored according to your choices.
  • To ensure that each service user needs and values are respected in matters of privacy, dignity, independence, choice, rights, fulfilment, recognition of individuality and diversity, expression of beliefs, safety, sustaining relationships with relatives and friends and opportunities for leisure activities.
  • Empower service user to participate in making decisions relating to their care.
  • Encourage and provide opportunities to service user to manage their own care.
  • To help you in getting control over your own lives
  • To help you understand about your treatment choices available to you and about risk assessment.

To enhance your right of freedom.

  • To provide such working practices that promotes the independence, privacy, dignity and rights of the service user:580_Image_care_home1
  • Independence: All service users are encouraged and empowered to live as independently as possible. Emphasis is placed on supporting individuals to do as much as they can for themselves.
  • Choice: Service users are always involved in decision making about their daily lives and activities, by making informed choices about their support needs and care delivery.
  • Privacy: All service users deserve to have their privacy recognised, and they can live free from all intrusion when they so wish. As carers, are guests in the service users’ homes, their need for privacy must be respected and the confidentiality principle practised.
  • Dignity: All service users must be treated with respect and dignity at all times, regardless of their circumstances.
  • Rights: All service users have the rights to make decisions and choices within their capacity. They should be given every opportunity to exercise these rights.

We provide a range of activities and services that are tailored towards meeting the needs of as well as empowering all our serviceACTIVITIES users who fall within the following service user groups:

 

  • Older People (over 65 years old),
  • People with physical disabilities,
  • People with hearing or eyesight difficulties (or both)
  • People with mental health problems,
  • People with learning difficulties,
  • People with dementia,
  • People with a drug or alcohol problems,
  • People with a terminal illness,

 

We can provide support in a number of ways:

 

  • Shopping
  • Personal care
  • Domestic help
  • Support in budgeting, applying for benefits
  • Liaising with external agencies
  • Organise access to other professionals
  • Help in accessing the local community facilities
  • Learning essential life skills, basic cooking safety and food preparation
  • Ensuring cleaning and safety of the home
  • Prompting of Medication
  • Laundry services
  • Hospital discharge service
  • Skills development

All service users will be provided with the BSA CARE LTD terms and conditions in respect of the services to be provided to them, including as to the amount and method of payment of fees (please see the terms and conditions attached).

Home Care Worker Assistant & Cleaners

Home Care Worker Assistant & Cleaners

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Support Workers Learning Disabilities

Support Workers Learning Disabilities

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Support Workers Mental Health

Support Workers Mental Health

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Our tools/principle of care

Our tools/principle of care

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