Healthcare Services Birmingham
At Four Oaks Healthcare, we offer a range of home care services in London and surrounding areas to help your loved ones maintain an active social life in a familiar and safe environment. Our focus is to ensure that no matter what services our clients are using, be it complex care, homecare, or live-in care, they always have their own independence and autonomy.
Personalised Home Care Services London
Once your referral has been received, the client will be visited at home or hospital to find the best care option available. All reviews and assessments will be attended by a senior case manager to ensure that our clients’ needs are met, and all options are considered to provide an accurate care plan.
Our staff are fully vetted, highly qualified and regularly undergo training to ensure that their skills are always up-to-date and relevant to the services provided to our clients.
Complex Care Support London
A service provided to people who need long-term or on-going specialist care due to a chronic illness, long-term medical treatment or following hospitalisation. Our care professionals cover a wide variety of disabilities and health conditions ranging from Huntington’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Muscular Dystrophy, to Locked-in Syndrome, Spinal Cord Injury, so you can rest assured that your loved one is in great hands.
A complex care package can also be created at short notice with an efficient staff rota system and regular contact with family members.
Live-in Care London
This service provides your loved one with the comfort of their own home without having to change a thing when it comes to their daily routine. Our carers are professional, qualified specialists and are here to provide 24/7 live-in care.
We specialise in the live-in care service, with dedicated qualified managers who support the services required along with weekly checks on the care services, and regular reviews that take into account the health and social care plan of our clients.
All our carers are fully vetted and CRB checked having gone through an in-depth recruitment process; they are also trained and qualified to the highest National Government Standards and Social Care.
We will always treat you as an individual and provide the best possible care in the comfort of your own home so please do contact us to discuss your needs
What is complex care?
We are a provider of complex care support for people who need medium to long-term, continuing, specialist or substantial care because of a disability or chronic illness, or following hospitalisation or long-term medical treatment. Our senior professionals look carefully at individual needs and create a personalised tailor-made plan to give them the best possible care.
We regularly review the plan with other professionals to make sure you receive the right level and type of support when you need it.
You’ll find us discreet, reliable, positive and honest in our support as we help children and adults with disabilities and health conditions achieve maximum independence in all aspects of their daily lives. Whether a client or service user needs just an hour’s support a day, or 24-hour live-in care, we will work with you to create the most appropriate care plan.
We care for people with a wide variety of disabilities and health conditions ensuring we work with all the community team in place and family members who are part of the care package.
When we provide intensive or long-term care for people in their own homes, we’ll create an individual complex care plan to look after them.
Help at home
Motor Neurone Disease
Spinal Cord Injury
Acquired Brain Injury
How it works
A dedicated senior case manager will attend all reviews and assessments and give your client a single point of contact, specialist intervention and assessments when they need it. We will provide care workers and healthcare professionals to match their needs and the client is surrounded by 24-hour on-call support from case managers and healthcare professionals.
We can produce a complex care package at short notice and an efficient rota system. We realise that stability and continuity of care is vital to clients and their families and endeavour to maintain consistency in terms of staff we provide. All our case managers are experienced in NHS Continuing Care and Social Services Packages of Care.
Individual Complex Care Plans
Once we’ve received your referral, we’ll visit your client at home or in hospital and talk to you both about the type of care they need. We will then develop a care plan and assess the risks with the help of the client, carers, family members and healthcare professionals. The care plan will look at the health, social care and level of support your client needs.
Once we’ve agreed this with the relevant funding authority, we can create a client contract to outline roles and responsibilities.
What is homecare?
Homecare, sometimes known as domiciliary care, provides a range of services including services for adults who have additional needs, services for adults with dementia, services for older people, services for disabled parents and services for children who have additional needs whilst all being in the comfort of their own home.
Whether you need care for a loved one, an elderly friend or yourself, we’ll provide an excellent service for everyone who needs it. We offer practical home help for the elderly, those with disabilities, with mental illness, and anyone who struggles to get practical tasks done in the household. Housework may become more difficult to do, or take much longer.
Continuity of care
We aim to provide continuity of care which means we aim to provide the same carer every time who will get to know you and understand your needs and be able to work on progress, independence and make you feel comfortable.
We treat you as an individual and give you the personal care and attention you need.
Peace of mind
We know that a professional, reliable and caring service is important and as your life changes normal tasks may become more challenging. We help you to continue living in your own home and be as independent as possible.
Our staff help you to maintain your routines and feel confident in familiar surroundings.
Giving you the best care
We know continuity is important, so we work closely with local authorities and social services and recruit local staff to give you the best, practical care. You’ll find we take a pride in our company and our work.
Our trained, friendly staff are loyal, committed and enthusiastic, providing warm, compassionate care.
Why choose Four Oaks Healthcare for Homecare?
You’ll find us professional, competent and reliable. We’re also compassionate and we care about you and your needs. Whatever your age or circumstances, we will always treat you as an individual and give you and your loved ones the best possible care.
Giving you the best care
You’ll find we take a pride in our company and our work. Our staff are loyal, committed and enthusiastic, providing warm, compassionate care.
We firmly believe our care services are the best and continually challenge ourselves to improve every day. We actively encourage creativity and innovation throughout the teams and we’re constantly seeking new ways to improve our service to you.
Brain injuries can be life changing for those who suffer from them, as well as those around them. A Brain injury can also put significant emotional strain on an individual or their family, as they adjust their lives accordingly. Nursing care or a live-in carer can help tremendously during this process, as those involved learn to navigate the challenges they now face, and the individual with brain injury is rehabilitated
Spinal Cord Injury
Suffering a spinal cord injury can be life changing and distressing for both the client and their family and the future can seem unstable and frightening for everyone involved. Our PAs can provide care designed to the specific needs of the client, from rehabilitation help to 24-hour live in care.
Cerebral palsy affects everyone in different ways, and the care required can vary dramatically. If provided with the right care and rehabilitation, cerebral palsy sufferers can go on to live fulfilled and independent lives. At Four Oaks Healthcare, we have a team of cerebral palsy complex carers that can provide specialist and personalised live in care or day nursing care in your own home, on your terms.
Being diagnosed with Huntington’s disease can be an uncertain and sometimes frightening time for the individual diagnosed and his/her family, but with the correct care, the client can continue living at home as normally as possible for a number of years. Because Huntington’s Disease is degenerative, the level of complex care and nursing care will increase throughout the person’s life.
Four Oaks Healthcare
Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway
Birmingham, B24 9FE
0333 772 0156