Allowing your elderly loved one to pass away peacefully and comfortably at home is the ultimate act of kindness. The placement of end of life carer will give the family peace of mind, as he or she work to alleviate patients mental and physical pain. Veritas Care strives to make the process of arranging long-term palliative care at home as quick and as smooth as possible.
End of life care at home
Palliative care is often need at the end of our loved one life. The main responsibility of a live-in carer is to accommodate their every need, while managing the pain and strain on the psyche. Palliative care at home has great benefits including the freedom of visitation and round-the-clock support that ensures senior is safe and comfortable.
From the initial contact Veritas Care is able to assess the care need of your loved one and provide the most suitable end of life care. Personal care (including washing and toileting) is important especially with palliative patients as the majority of them are bed bound. Carer will carry out the task while preserving the dignity of elder.
We want to help your senior love with peaceful passing in the comfort of their own home.
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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 hiring trained professional. 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 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!
Elderly remaining in care homes are at very high risk of dying due to coronavirus infection. Nowadays live in care is regarded as the safest care option for seniors over 65 years old.
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Conditions in care homes in the UK has been rapidly deteriorating. Last week nursing home in Brighton had to be closed to all visitors, because of the visit from healthcare worker diagnosed with coronavirus.
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