Mental Health Care
We provide nursing care support for inpatient services, including mental health wards and forensics. We also provide support services and social care by working with mental health community teams. This care may come in support to carry out activities of daily living (ADL) and other day to day task which you may be finding difficult.
With domiciliary care, you or your loved one can continue to stay in the place you feel most comfortable – at home. We provide ongoing support that’s completely built around your needs and routines.
We place qualified, vetted and enthusiastic staff into nursing and domiciliary care setting. We are caring people delivering outstanding care services to our clients. Our own experiences have taught us the real and pertinent need for professionalism in the provision of care work. Staff are properly assessed and screened, and furthermore adequately trained and competent to perform their assigned roles.
To provide personal care and support to people in their own homes and nursing homes for whom the agency has agreed to provide a service in line with an agreed care and support plan. To care for service users in non-discriminatory ways, respecting each user’s dignity, individuality, cultural and social background and promoting independence and empowerment.
Personal care is available for any daily tasks you may need support with, such as bathing, showering, applying creams and lotions, dressing and toileting, all in the comfort of your own home.
Personal care is a broad term used to refer to supporting with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your personal appearance.
It can cover, but is not limited to:
- Bathing and showering, including bed-baths
- Applying lotions and creams as required
- Dressing and getting ready for bed
- Oral hygiene
- Applying make-up, and hair care
- Support with shaving
- Foot care, especially if you are diabetic need to be extra vigilant with your feet
- Helping you to the toilet, including using a commode or bed pan
- Changing continence pads, along with cleaning intimate areas
- Support moving position in bed, to stretch and prevent bed sores
- Changing or maintaining a stoma or catheter bag, or other form of clinical intervention
JPA cleaning and care services can offer an extra set of hands around the house, assisting you with gardening or cooking, help you with personal tasks like bathing and dressing and drive you to appointments, social engagements… and more!
JPA Care Services lives with you in your own home so that you have round-the-clock support when you need it. This is a brilliant and cost effective alternative to a care home or other residential accommodation.
We carefully match clients to carers with our exclusive bespoke service tailored specifically to you. This plan takes into account the client’s needs, routine, personality, social preferences, medical needs and favourite activities. We simply make home life easier, safer and more enjoyable.
Our live-in care services include:
- Companionship and socialising
- Assisting with outings and community based activity and appointments
- Social care support and encouragement
- Preparing meals and support with eating
- Providing prompts, reminders and administration of medication
- Personal care and assistance including washing, bathing and dressing
- Managing continence
- Laundry, shopping and light housework
- Making appointments, maintaining records, keeping diaries
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 home.
JPA Care will provide excellent dementia carers in your own home with knowledge that 85% of sufferers would like to be nursed in their familiar surroundings. Carers will be available by the hour or 24/7 live-care. Dementia activities and reminiscence exercises will be provided, including help with bathing, dressing, medication, dietary needs, exercises and general mobility. We can also provide drivers to assist with appointments and social engagements.
Call us today to find out more about our dementia care services and the many flexible options for care at home.
Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Care
Rehabilitation is about enabling and supporting individuals to recover or adjust, to achieve their full potential and to live as full and active lives as possible.
In addition to care provided, we cater for rehabilitation and physiotherapy from a qualified sports therapist and physiotherapist. We can attend homes to provide bespoke therapy as and when needed.
Rehabilitation can also help you with stamina management in the case of asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome or following major surgery.
Top tips for general rehabilitation
- Plan short-term goals as well as your final target for your rehab
- Follow your rehab programme and pace your activities as you recover
- Share your targets and your set-backs with family and friends to keep your motivation going
- Regularly review progress and targets with your physiotherapist to maintain realistic progress plans
Household and Domestic care
Being unable to complete the day to day housekeeping tasks is sometimes a hard thing to accept and some help and assistance within the home can go a long way to improving someone’s well-being. We can relieve the worry of being unable to complete these tasks and provide flexible, effective assistance around the home specific to the individual’s requirements and preferences.
JPA Care offers a broad range of services which include; personal care such as bathing, dressing and continence care, Domestic tasks such as cleaning, bed making, and keeping the house in good order.
- Assisting with Cleaning and Housework
- Vacuuming, dusting, polishing, general tidying, mopping, and cleaning
- Disposing of household refuse
- Making bed
- Cleaning silverware, cutlery, glass, mirrors etc
- Cleaning after (none intentional) body fluid spillage or problems of incontinence
- Cleaning floors, bathrooms, kitchen, windows and toilets
- Washing up utensils
- Responding to household emergencies including liaison with the authorities and local contractors
- Collecting pensions, prescriptions, medicines and benefits etc
- Paying utility bills, forms filling and general correspondences
- Assist with shopping activities –
- checking levels of foodstock and other everyday items in the service user’s home
- helping the service user to prepare shopping lists and budget accordingly,
- shopping on behalf of the service user or accompanying them if mobility allows,
- with Social Services approval assisting client if they wish to purchase from a catalogue
- Laundering garments, bedding, linen, personal clothing and drying etc
- Mending – taking materials to tailoring shops for mending