Recovery and Rehabilitation

Our services facilitate recovery and rehabilitation from long-term illnesses or injuries.

Our packages can maintain or establish support for adults, children and young people up to and including 24-hour live-in care for the following conditions and more:
  • Strokes.
  • Head injuries.
  • Acute/Traumatic brain injuries.
  • Spinal Cord injuries.
  • Degenerative Spinal diseases.
  • Long-term mental health illnesses including Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Our homecare services have the primary clinical purpose of aiding recovery and rehabilitation of a client with an impairment, activity limitation or participation restriction owing to a long-term illness or injury. Our care packages will be condition-led to ensure we are meeting the needs of the client on their road to recovery, be it fully or to the best extent.

CLCA Nursing is able to deliver safe and effective care packages through high-quality and well-led nurses and carers. We provide this at home, which directly supports the Discharge to Assess (D2A) pathway run by NHS England, which has the aim of improving discharge times and in-turn freeing up hospital beds. Allowing our clients to preserve a beneficial level of independence in tandem with a tailored care plan, places them in the best environment to work towards a successful rehabilitation or recovery. We liaise fully with the client, family and medical teams. This allows us to develop a full care package that can start before Hospital Discharge to ensure the client is brought into a safe and secure environment, suitable for their needs.

CLCA Nursing is also continually building our external support network by working in partnerships with organisations such as traditional and alternative therapists and personal injury lawyers to ensure that we are able to provide a holistic approach to unique conditions.

As well as providing clients with new care packages, CLCA Nursing specialises in managing failing care services. Our team can respond quickly and effectively to prevent re-admission to institutions, which can often have a detrimental effect on physical and mental conditions. Our staff receive on-going training and supervision to safeguard the rigorous requirements that our clients expect and deserve on both client-specific needs and equipment.

Why not have a read of some of the testimonials provided from some of our clients that have benefited from our domiciliary care services? Click here.

Complex care made simple.