The life chances of many of the 5.4 million people in the UK who care, unpaid, for a disabled, older or ill family member or friend, are being damaged by inadequate support from local services, according to new research for carers week launched on 6th June 2016.
Having a physical disability should not prevent you from leading a full and active life where you are involved in your local community. Enjoying a life that is purposeful and meaningful is equally important to us all.
At Bluebird Care we understand that to be able to take good care of your loved one means taking good care of yourself. Time to rest and recharge is essential so that you can continue to give your best care.
Our care homes can provide support for the most complex needs, whilst also offering opportunities to learn new skills, become more independent and try new things. We also have nursing services which can provide 24 hour care for complex health conditions.
The Leighton Buzzard office has developed a team of specialist carers and nurses who are able to provide palliative care for clients who wish to remain in their own home close to relatives and friends.
The Oxford office has developed a team of specialist carers and nurses who are able to provide palliative care for clients who wish to remain in their own home close to relatives and friends. Services include:
People have the right to choose where they wish to spend the last days of their lives. For many people this will be to remain at home in familiar surroundings. Bluebird Care provides essential domiciliary care and support to enable you and your family to make this choice.