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Emotional Support Service

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Rance Healthcare Services offers dedicated emotional and practical support at difficult times in an individual’s life; situations which are often triggered by feeling the loss of independence or sudden unexpected changes in important relationships.

Times like these can impact on a person’s sense of control, self confidence or self esteem and quality of life. Through the Emotional Support Service we are there to support older people and help them make sense of what is happening in their lives and to support them to make choices and access new opportunities and services that they consider best enhances and sustains their well-being and independence. We believe this approach will support older people to remain independent in their own homes and communities.

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Physical Disability Care

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Physical Disability Care

Rance Healthcare Services provides a tailored Physical Disability Care service for any of our clients with physical disabilities – we aim to support our clients in their daily lives and promote their independence.

We firmly believe that the service we provide to you and any physical disabilities you may have goes one step further than our competitors.

As well as being fully-personalised for the individual, the care service includes a full evaluation of your home for free of charge – this can be supported by a separate Occupational Therapy assessment so that we can work together with you to source equipment or adapt your home.

Our Care/Support Workers are trained to support you with help finding work, meeting new people and generally living the life the way you choose.

All the support we provide is personalised to your exact needs.  Our bespoke Care Plans help to maintain your independence, dignity and respect.

How Much Does Physical Disability Care Cost?

Due to the wide range of services offered by Physical Disability Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis. You may also be entitled to funding from social services.

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Social Care

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Social Care

If you live away from your loved one or know someone who lives without family and friends nearby, Social Care could be extremely valuable for them.

Our research and experience have identified that many people, especially in older age, may feel lonely and/or isolated – possibly a result of either a health condition or a loss of a significant other.

Social Care also offers emotional support – this could be something as simple as a conversation over a coffee or help with a weekly shopping trip.

Our Social Care services improve your quality of life by offering you companionship and support.

Sometimes, you may just need a friend or someone to share a story with. You may feel better knowing that someone is looking out for you when you go out to the shops or to visit a friend.

Because you are unique and have your own needs and wants, we provide you with fully vetted, trained and qualified staff to help support you in any way that you require.

The support we provide as part of our Social Care service can include, but is not limited to:

Help going shopping

Activity visits, for example, a trip to the theatre, library or hairdressers

Trips to visit family or friends

Conducting a security check for your residence

A simple cup of tea and a chat 

Social Care Costs?

Due to the wide range of services offered by Social Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis.

You may also be entitled to funding from social services.

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Dementia Care

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Dementia Care

Dementia is a condition that is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society. Rance Healthcare Services can deliver extensive and expert support to not only your loved one with the condition but all family members who are affected by Dementia.
We’re proud to say we have many staff who are official Dementia Friends.

Dementia is a name given to a set of illnesses that affect the brain.

A change of routine and environment can be very daunting for someone who’s living with dementia. That’s why more families than ever are turning to home care rather than residential care, so their loved one can stay in the place they know and love instead of nursing homes.

There are over 100 forms of Dementia, the most well-known of which is Alzheimer’s – which is sadly being diagnosed much more often in the UK.

The symptoms of Dementia begin by affecting a person’s memory, be it forgetting names, where they have been or what they are planning on doing, this forgetfulness understandably leads to the individual becoming confused and understandably frustrated.

Approximately 750,000 people in the UK have Dementia. It is an illness that doesn’t just affect the person, but also their family and friends.

We’re helping people every day – across all parts of Wolverhampton, Dudley, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, Telford and beyond – to cope with the various challenges that come with dementia and memory loss. With hundreds of different strains of this sometimes-debilitating condition, and many different stages, one of our handpicked carers will maintain your loved one’s everyday routines and can ease the strain on your family – offering an alternative to care homes.

Call us today to find out more about our dementia care services and the many flexible options for care at home.

Hourly Visiting Care
We can check on you every hour to make sure you are alright.

Extended Hours of Live-In Care
If necessary, our Care/Support Workers can live with you so as to ensure you receive the attention and support that you need.

Night Care
Our Care/Support Workers are able to stay in your home overnight to ensure you sleep freely.

Respite Care
If a family member of a friend currently cares for you, our Care/Support Workers can step in to take the pressure off them and still ensure you get a personalised care service.

Dementia Care Costs?

Due to the wide range of services offered within Dementia Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis. You may also be entitled to funding from social services.

You may also be entitled to funding from social services.

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End Of Life Care

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End Of Life Care

Rance Healthcare Services understands that it can be very difficult to accept that you need End of Life Care, but we’re here to try and ensure that you and your loved ones are supported fully.

Passing away peacefully, with dignity and within familiar surroundings, is what many of us would wish for. End-of-life care at home allows you – or a loved one – to do just this, in the place you feel most comfortable and safe.

For many people the ability to pass away surrounded by family at home is very comforting. We understand how to approach the situation with dignity and we feel truly honoured to deliver this special service.

Hearing that you may be reaching the end of your life can be extremely difficult.

Disbelief and shock are just some of the overwhelming emotions making it difficult to think clearly. It is important to take time to talk with your partner, a relative or close friend to deal with the news.

Rance Healthcare Services will ensure that you have the choice on how to spend your final days be it surrounded by friends and/or family. Our End of Life Care is designed to help you maintain your dignity and respect, and our End of Life Care is tailored to your specific needs as an individual.

Our Care/Support Workers are qualified to assist with End of Life Care, and they will strive to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible whilst supporting and maintaining communicating with your friends and family.

End of Life Care is growing in demand due to the high standard of personalised care that can be delivered to a client’s home. It is a service that truly benefits a loved one in their time of need. We understand the difficulties and stress that can arise from End of Life Care, and we are here to listen, support and care. 

End Of Life Care Costs?

Due to the wide range of services offered within End of Life Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis. Please contact us for a quote.

You may also be entitled to funding from social services.

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Rehabilitation Care

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Rehabilitation Care

Rance Healthcare Services offers Rehabilitation Care to support and aid you following discharge hospital (usually after an operation or illness).

After leaving hospital, you may find it helpful to have someone provide a wide range of care services, until you fully recover and are able to support yourself again.

Our Rehabilitation Carers will give you the time to recuperate in the comfort of your own home, rather than being transferred to a residential home or experience an extended stay in the hospital. Most people recover faster in the comfort of their homes.

The aim of Rehabilitation Care is to help you regain your mental, physical and social capabilities. In certain cases, a whole host of healthcare professionals (nurses, physiotherapists, occupational and speech therapists) could be working together with you including our Care/Support Carers so as to promote recovery and maximise your dignity, independence and respect.

All of our Care/Support Workers are fully vetted and get on-going training to give them the knowledge to provide you with the best support. Our Care/Support Workers are trained in First Aid Awareness, Infection Control, Dementia Care, Parkinson’s Care, Autism Care, Alcohol Awareness Care, MS Care, End of Life Care and much more.

Rehabilitation Care Costs?

Depending on your condition upon discharge from the hospital, you may be offered “intermediate care” or “reablement care” by the NHS. This short rehabilitation programme usually lasts for no longer than six weeks and the hospital provides us with all your information so that we can ensure that you receive the support you need. If a client’s condition requires specific therapeutic treatment (for example, speech or physiotherapy) following a stroke, support can continue as an outpatient.

If on-going care is required at the end of the six-week period, funding from social services may be available.

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Respite Care

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Respite Care

Everybody needs some time for themselves, even more so when they care for someone else. This is where respite care can be integral to you and your carer’s routine. Respite care can include Social, Personal or Domestic Care.

Respite Care is designed to give your current family member or carer a break from their care duties.

Our Respite Care Assistants will support you to the exact same standard of care that you’re accustomed to, and they are available on a short or long-term basis.

Respite Care is a service that encompasses all our care services, be it Personal Care, Social Care or Domestic Care.

Respite Care is designed to give your current carer a break from their care duties so as to give them chance to have a little rest whilst knowing that you’re in safe hands and still receiving an excellent standard of care.

Advantages of Respite Care

Not only does giving your current carer a well-earned break, but respite care also gives you an opportunity to socially interact with a different person. Our Care/Support Workers are qualified and fully trained to deal with any situation and would be more than willing to undertake any personal or/and domestic care as well as accompany you to your routine activities, for example, coffee mornings, bingo evenings or swimming.

Respite Care Costs?

Rance Healthcare Services prides itself on delivering a great care package to all no matter their circumstances. We can help you find out if you are entitled to funding from governing social services and because of our competitively-price we strive to keep these low whilst maintaining service quality.

Email or Call us today (01902 973451) to book your free and non-obligatory Respite Care assessment!

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Personal Care

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Personal Care

No Task Is Too Big or Too small for Rance Healthcare Services Personal Carers. This comprehensive service is designed to help you with the everyday challenges you face day to day.

Our kind and compassionate team will assist you with the utmost respect when executing their duties.

We understand that it can be difficult to accept help, therefore, we feel it is important that our service must be delivered in the manner that will not only give you confidence but allows you to maintain your dignity.

We believe it is important for you to be able to remain in the comfort of your own home and our Personal Care Service can help you do this.

Our Personal Care promotes your independence by ensuring that you receive the care you need in the way you choose. Personal Care is for you if you need help with everyday tasks such as:

  • Bathroom & hygiene assistance
    In addition to offering toilet support, we can change incontinence pads, assist you with stoma bags and empty catheters. Furthermore, our team can also assist you with showering, bathing, strip-wash and bed baths.
  • Help with your medicine
    Obtaining and renewing prescribed medication can be difficult. Our service can facilitate the collection of your medication or arrange delivery straight from your pharmacy. We will also remind you when to take it and how much you need.
  • Help with preparing your food
    We can help you make drinks, go food shopping, cooking, and our team can also plan menus and prepare meals for you.
  • Morning/evening routine assistance
    Help to complete day-to-day activities is important. We can support you with such things like getting dressed and undressed, to teeth-cleaning and shaving.

We have engineered and designed a 12-week induction course where our Personal Carers will learn all aspects of the tailored service, including Health & Safety, Moving & Handling, Infection Control, Medication Awareness, Food Hygiene and First Aid.

Our staff are fully trained to handle any situation with the greatest amount of discretion, humility and respect for your dignity and respect. We understand that you are unique and deserve a completely personalised support service.

How Much Does Personal Care Cost?

Due to the wide range of services offered within Personal Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis depending on your care provider.

However, Rance Healthcare Services prides itself on delivering a great care package to all no matter their circumstances. We can help you find out if you are entitled to funding from governing social services and because of our competitively-price we strive to keep these low whilst maintaining service quality.

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Overnight Care

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Overnight Care

A good nights sleep is very important for the body and as we know that the average adult needs 6 – 8 hours sleep to function properly.

Therefore, if you struggle throughout the night and are dependent on a loved one, it can be difficult to keep a consistent pattern throughout the night.

This may lead to you feeling vulnerable. Therefore, we are here to pick you back up! Our Night Carers are here to assist you to give you the peace of mind that hinders those sleepless nights.

Our night care carers will support and assist you throughout the night and ensure that you feel safe and secure.

Overnight care is when our trained carer stays in your home overnight to meet your normal activities of daily living. Care needs don’t stop at the end of the working day – fortunately for many who need help, neither does care giving.

You may find you need night-time care if you or someone close to you feels uncomfortable being left alone. One-to-one nightly care from one of our fully trained carers means someone is there to assist with toilet breaks, administering medication or moving position in bed.

Everybody is different and each situation is unique, which is why our overnight care is tailored to you. With a dedicated night-time carer, help is available at any time. It means you or your loved one can stay in your own home – the place that is most comfortable.

It can be daunting to acknowledge that care is needed. Let us put your mind at ease – speak to our friendly team and find out how we can help you.

Rance Healthcare Services provides two types of Night Care packages depending on your needs.

  1. Sleep in Care is best suited if you require no assistance throughout the night, but want the peace of mind that someone is with you in case of a fall or just for added security.

Whether through ill-health or old age, we understand that we get to a point in life where we need a range of support that doesn’t stop at night.

2. Wake-In Care is best suited if you require care and support throughout the night. The night Carer will be on hand to assist you throughout the night. This option is suited if you have constant care needs at night especially if you have been diagnosed with dementia, Parkinson Disease or MS. Our qualified night carers will provide you with all your care needs because they are trained and well-informed about your specific care needs.

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Emergency Care

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Emergency Care

Circumstances can suddenly change meaning that you need home care at the drop of a hat. Do you need Emergency Home Care? Get in touch as we offer exclusive emergency care services that are there for you when you need care the most.

We understand that the need for care can come out of nowhere. Whether this is due to a fall or sudden injury, we understand that circumstances can change quickly. We can have a Home Care assessor visit you within 24 hours, but we are able to create a bespoke care plan and put this in place the following day.

Call us if you need home care in a hurry. We can arrange for care to start in as little 24 hours of you getting touch. In a crisis we can often turn this around even quicker.

We’re available day and night to take your call. Our staff have the experience in supporting people of all ages and conditions and our carers are fully trained in supporting a variety of complex needs.

Who Needs Emergency Care?

Sometimes changes can happen so fast that families are left wondering how they will cope. Whether there’s been an accident, a sudden illness or you’ve been let down by your current carer, we’re here to help at the last minute.

By contacting us now, we can urgently arrange:

  • Live-in home care after an accident or unplanned hospital discharge
  • Visiting care in an emergency, for as little as 30 minutes
  • Nursing care – our carers are fully trained and experienced with many conditions
  • Emergency care if you’re struggling to find cover at short notice
  • End of Life care so your loved one can stay at home for those difficult last moments

We understand your circumstances may change quickly as they unfold. We’re here every step of the way offering tailored support that’s built around your needs.

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