Night Care Service
Care does not cease at the end of the workday. The majority of people would still need care and support after hours. This support may include assistance with toileting, medication administration, and bed mobility to keep you safe and comfortable throughout the night.
Our night care services provide peace of mind because assistance is just a phone call away. Night care can also be a form of respite for family carers who are engaged during the day but need rest to continue caring for their loved one the next day.
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Night care can be provided in the following ways, depending on the care requirements and personal preferences of the individual:
Sleeping-night care is when a professional carer remains with you in your home and is available to assist you up to twice during the night, providing you with comfort and the assurance that someone is there if you need them with day time care needs.
Waking-night care is when a professional carer provides overnight care but remains awake during the night to monitor your well-being and respond appropriately to any changes in your health while also providing you with all the assistance you require.
What does our night care package include?
Our professional carers have been trained to monitor and recognise changes in your health, respond appropriately, and reduce unnecessary hospitalisations. Our carers will not provide nurse-led care until they have completed our specialised training programme, which equips them with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform any nursing duty.
We recognise that the evening can be challenging for those with dementia, necessitating higher levels of care and comfort. Our carers are trained to recognise and respond to these issues, providing a calm environment and all the comfort you need.
Administration and Management of Medication
Our professional carers have received medication management training and use an electronic medication system to ensure that all medications are managed pro-actively and effectively.
This may include both task-oriented aspects of care, such as bathing and dressing, and those that enhance self-esteem.
The incidence of urinary incontinence and hyperactive bladder function may increase with age. This necessitates frequent bathroom trips, which may disrupt sleeping patterns. A night carer will assist with frequent lavatory trips and prevent mishaps.