a service that enables you to remain in your own home or the community with the help and support you require from our professional care team to fit in your needs and choices. Our team of qualified and dedicated staff really focus on the individual needs of each service users. They are committed to providing professional and respectful care maintaining Pringles care exceptional standards.
No two people are the same .As such staff at Pringles care services will put together a tailored care plan for each person based on a thorough assessment. Our services are Person Centred, the care plans are monitored and regularly reviewed to identify any changing needs and to ensure consistent and appropriate level of care is provided at all times so that we can continually meet your requirements.
We will help you or your family to be more in control, making a positive contribution to your life, strengthening your family and communal ties. A comprehensive range of domiciliary and outdoor activities can be designed to help you experience fulfilling and happier days. We Offers a variety of support options, as you need it and when you need it. We provide a bespoke service designed to enable you to remain as independent as possible. Our priority is to select a support worker with whom you feel completely comfortable; this is a joint decision that you can change at anytime in the program.
Services we offer:
Helping you with your personal care and hygiene
Helping you with getting up and going to bed.
Prompting, assisting or administering your prescribed medication.
Companionship outings and shopping
Preparing meals and/or helping you at mealtimes
Pension collection and/or shopping
Collecting and returning medication from pharmacies/dispensing GP surgeries
Assisting you in your social activities i.e. attending day centre’s, visiting friends, clubs etc.
We can also provide a night-sitting service or sleepovers, Live in care as well as full 24 hour day cover.
We currently provide domiciliary care to a range of people including:
People living with dementia
People living with physical disabilities
people with sensory loss, including those with dual sensory impairment