Our Values Trust & Respect, Care & Compassion, Deliver & Achieve
0161 232 7535 Head Office
WHC can provide the following services:
Our carers are all DBS checked, fully trained and experienced in complex care and our aim is to assist our clients in leading independent, fulfilled lives. Our in-house Training Academy provides the necessary training to enable our carers to deliver a high quality experience to our clients.
Some of the services we provide under complex care are:
At WHC, we pride ourselves on our specialist area, End-of-Life Care. Passing away peacefully, with dignity in our home, surrounded by our loved ones is something most of us desire. End-of-life care allows you, or your loved one, to do this.
At WHC, we can provide a dedicated, bespoke service to you or your loved one within a few hours from referral. From referral we carry out an assessment to create a person-centred care plan including composition of a living will in communication with the family and the client. You will then be allocated a specialist end-of-life carer who will monitor the client’s status throughout and alert the Care Coordinator of any changes or concerns.
All of our end-of-life carers are DBS checked, specially trained and have attained an accredited Level 2 End-of-Life qualification. Furthermore, we have a core set staff to ensure continuity of care.
Our clients can be any age and therefore their requirements for end-of-life care are myriad. Some examples of the end-of-life package requirements that we have catered for include: spending time with family; going on day trips; walking the dog; making a memory box; pampering; making and taking clients to appointments; or even getting married.
Our service also includes supporting and caring for the family members affected, covering their needs as well as the client’s. Our aim is to make the experience as stress-free as possible for the client and their family. Consequently, good communication skills are paramount in this role.
All our staff are trained to test the client’s skin, monitoring input and output, and water low scoring. We will then contact nurses to relieve pressure. In addition, we can offer (but our services are not limited to):
Children & Young People
Anyone who chooses to become a carer does so because they are compassionate, caring and have committed to making life more manageable and enjoyable for their clients. Caring for children and young people can be particularly difficult because the client and their family may be struggling to come to terms with the healthcare concerns they or their loved one has. At Westwood Homecare, we pride ourselves on being one of only a few home care companies who are dedicated to making this transition easier for everyone involved. Once referredand assessed, you or your child willbe matched to a core set of carers to carry out your person-centred care plan.
Reasons to choose WHC:
Adult Social Care
Everyone deserves effective high-quality care and support which is a positive experience and keeps you safe, enabling you to stay and live as independently as possible in your own home. Some of the services we offer are:
People with learning difficulties are an extremely vulnerable group. WHC provide a service that encourages inclusion within the community. We create person-centred plans, tailored to the individual’s needs. We have clients with a variety of learning difficulties including (but not limited to): Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, Tourette’s, OCD and ODD.
Our training team are in the process of creating a specific Level 2 qualification focused on Learning Difficulties and Behavioural Support which we hope will soon be accredited. Some of the services we offer are:
At WHC we felt there was a need to employ our own Registered Nurse onsite in order to guarantee clinical safety. As a result, all our complex care packages requiring clinical input are overseen and managed by our Specialist Nurse.
Our Registered Nurse, who is a band 5 RMN clinical lead and specialises in respiratory medicine, including ventilation support. She is experienced in ICU and complex care. Having a Registered Nurse would also also provide the training needed in order to upskill our Support Staff to deliver specific Clinical Care tailored to suit the individual and then sign them off as competent. In addition to this we also offer training to family members/care givers to help build their confidence, enabling us to all work as a team in order to gain the best outcome for the individual.