Diverse people need different types of bespoke care to suit their individual requirements accurately. But although the sort of care needs to be very exact, it must similarly be of the utmost possible standard in every situation. Those individuals who require simple support with everyday activities, such as mobility, or help with such tasks as washing, dressing or eating, will find lots of highly trained and dedicated staff on hand to assist. For those who need more specific or complex support, highly skilled and experienced CARERS are available around the clock to provide it.
At BSA Care, a modified care plan is prepared after an initial assessment and evaluation. Thereafter, there is a constant discussion with residents and their families to ensure the care level is as unique as you are and ensures to support your wellbeing.
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Elderly Day Care
At BSA Care we provide day care sevices.
Our Carers are welcoming and wonderfully friendly, offering members of the
local community the opportunity to benefit from a wide choice of facilities and activities in engaging surroundings. The programme of daily events is entir
Companionship and stimulation are the orders of the day to helpely flexible and includes a range of interesting leisure activities, meals and snacks, plus regular excursions to places of interest.
everyone attending live a full and fun life.
Helping each individual lead a purposeful life and enjoy independence, choice and total respect
At BSA Care, we are committed to providing the unique and highly skilled care those living with dementia require in order to maintain a fulfilling, safe and dignified lifestyle.
Most of our communities have dedicated suites, all with specialist features and providing exceptional levels of care offering an energising, supportive and extremely homely environment for each resident.
Our newest communities boast the latest design features and deliver a meticulously structured, holistic approach to care, aimed at encouraging stimulating participation.
Short-term respite care is available for the senior living communities
A recuperative convalescence stay could be anything from a just a few days to a few months – depending on the individual requirement – in a fully furnished, splendidly appointed apartment. It’s the perfect environment for post-operative care, after a hospital stay, to cover for carer holidays or simply to enjoy the excellent facilities in a luxurious, restorative setting.
The respite care services offered by our communities are often the only way family carers can enjoy a break, and thanks to BSA Care they can relax safe in the knowledge that their loved ones are enjoying quality care in friendly, worry- and pressure-free surroundings.
Person Centred Care
At BSA Care, our ethos is to be person centred, so person-centred care comes naturally to us
Everyone has unique qualities and our dedicated staff ensure they provide care that is responsive to individual personal preferences, needs and values. There’s always someone here to help at BSA Care. A familiar someone on whom residents can rely for support whenever required.
Carers at BSA know more than names and faces. They know people’s personalities, their priorities and their preferences, and therefore can provide all that a resident needs, when and where it’s needed, while all times respecting the privacy and dignity of that particular person. Because, of course, that is part of being person centred too.
We provide a range of activities and services that are tailored towards meeting the needs of as well as empowering all our service 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:
- 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).