When a spinal injury occurs, there is an interference in communication between the brain and the rest of the body. Consequently, this can result in permanent damage including changes in strength, sensation and other functions below the site of the injury, however, these vary from case to case.
A spinal injury can occur as a result of acute trauma, infection or disease and can cause life-changing effects which can leave people dependent on others for care. However, having complex health conditions does not mean that your quality of life should be affected. At CLCA Nursing, we tailor care packages to ensure that our clients have maximum independence and to also offer relief and support to family members.
CLCA Nursing is proud to offer continuing care for spinal injury survivors across the UK. Our dedicated team of highly qualified nurses and health care assistants have the expertise to allow clients to remain in their own home and still receive the same standard of care that they would have in a hospital or care home environment.
Our staff receive on-going training and supervision to safeguard the rigorous requirements that our clients expect and deserve. This means that our clinical teams are able to manage clients who have complete or incomplete paraplegia, tetraplegia or quadriplegia.
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, 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.
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