What our Intensive Plan includes
With our Intensive Plan, the carer may also be able to help with some aspects of additional care needs such as more extensive hygiene or personal care or help with simple challenging behaviours, depending of course on what is involved.
- Normal daily Household tasks and maintenance
- More extensive personal hygiene and care, including of course help with a stoma, peg or catheter
- Nightly wake-ups – up to 4 times per night.
- Hoisting and rotating needs – provided it can be done by one person
- Help with limited challenging behaviours, such as refusal to take medication or resistance to help with personal care
- Carer breaks of course are taken to work around the care needs
- Carers COVID tested 2 times per week for COVID Safe Testes For All Variants
- QR CODE Health Status Certified
Get every penny you’re entitled to. Our advice page will tell you the possible eligibility for state benefits: NHS, and Local Authority Funding.
Local Authority Care funding assistance – what you need to know
If you need Live-In Care or have to move into a care home, local authority care funding can help pay associated costs – in full or part. It’s the most common way people get support to pay for your care. There are some small differences between the local authorities in the UK. But the rules for how the funding assistance works are provided in the Care Act 2014. The act tells you what you need to know to get the funding you deserve.