Round-the-clock support for multiple sclerosis patients
Multiple sclerosis doesn’t have to mean that the patients independent life is over. The focused care provided by Veritas Care will help in restoring the sense of self. We pride ourselves in providing care based on communication. Understanding the power of choice and independence while caring for MS patients is crucial.
Caring for person with multiple sclerosis at home
The sense of losing control of their own life is pervasive with MS patients. They have to worry about rapidly declining health and loosing motor skills. However, often the burden on their mental state is far more superior. Accommodating all of those needs can be near impossible for family member. Employing a trained home carer may be necessary.
Motoric rehabilitation is very important for patients, which may, at least partly, help with impairment of motor skills. This rehabilitation is usually carried out under the supervision of an experienced physiotherapist in the designated institution. Home carer is going to take your loved one to those appointments safely, providing reassurance throughout the process. Personal care, cooking, household chores are also in the scheme of carers responsibilities.
Main responsibilities of multiple sclerosis home carer:
Professional home care for your loved one. Get to know us better!
How does it work?
Veritas Care operates as introductory agency – we outsource self-employed caregivers to work for our clients as independent contractors. It means you don’t have to pay additional care agency fee, but still have the opportunity to get a carer perfectly suited to the needs of your senior family member.
Providing the highest quality of care is our mission, and we can achieve that by introducing trained professionals. The sense of security and safety will enable your elderly loved one to continue living life to the fullest despite the health decline.
Not working according to traditional ‘agency managed model’ allow us to introduce affordable prices of live-in care. Our outsourced caregivers are fully insured, DBS-checked and can provide long-term condition led support.
The cost of home care is a main factor in deciding on the kind of care service we want to get. The common misconception is the high price of bespoke 24-hour live-in care. Veritas Care aims to prove it is simply not the case. We pride ourselves in minimizing the cost of personal home support without compromising the quality.
The cost of live in care with Veritas Care start at £623 per week of ongoing support for a single person – 40% lower than average care rates in the UK.
Well-being of your family members is regarded as the most important. Fully trained carer will be always by their side, ready to provide help and companionship. It is a small price to pay for independence, dignity and security.
Completing home care assessment is the first step towards getting a trained home carer. By providing the most important details about a patient, we can give you a precise quote. It also serves a purpose in evaluating how much support your elderly loved one needs in everyday life.
Veritas Care clients only pay for what they need – the cost of care will rise according to the level of support senior requires. With constant help your elderly loved one will feel safe. Staying in the familiar surroundings of their dear home has many advantages and positive effects both on well-being and overall physical health. Leave your family member in good hands!
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