During this time of uncertainty, all of us here at OxleyCare are concerned about the safety and well-being of our clients, carers, families, colleagues, partners, and our website visitors like you. As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, we are closely monitoring the situation and taking steps to ensure we continue supporting our clients and employees during this challenging time.
Furthermore, although we are working from home, our dedicated team continues to provide our usual responsive and personal service. If you have any questions do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 1980 846690.
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Care at home
Live-in care provides care at home enabling you to live with dignity and independence, safe in the knowledge that OxleyCare will provide you with the highest quality 24-hour care, basing this on how we would wish our own parents to be cared for.
Care in the home ensures that you are safe in your surroundings to live life according to your routines and wishes. We can offer continuity and support from a few days of respite care to long-term care stretching over months or years.
All our carers are personally interviewed, screened through the Disclosure and Barring Service and both verbal and written references are taken up before engagement.
We endeavour to match our carer's abilities and personality to your requirements to create a bespoke care package for each individual client.
We monitor the well-being of both client and carer on a regular basis. Round the clock, help is available to both client and carers, seven days a week via our on-call service which ensures that a member of the management team is always available.
Carers employed by us will undertake companion, post-operative, convalescent, respite, and end of life care. We can provide assistance to couples in their own home and offer help to people requiring Dementia and Alzheimer's care.
Our carers with nursing qualifications can care for clients with more complex needs, and all our care workers are provided with a detailed OxleyCare Handbook for guidance.
OxleyCare is a member of the UKHCA and is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.