Care Ethics provides agency staff to services in the below sectors
If you or someone you know has been in hospital or had an illness or fall, you may need temporary care to help you get back to normal and stay independent. This temporary care is called intermediate care, reablement or aftercare.
Domiciliary care is defined as the range of services put in place to support an individual in their own home. Long-term care for people who are mentally ill, elderly, or disabled which is provided within the community rather than in hospitals or institutions.
Assisted living (also known as extra-care housing) is a type of 'housing with care' which means you retain independence while you're assisted with tasks such as washing, dressing, going to the toilet or taking medication.
Live In Care
Live-in care is having a fully trained carer living with you in your own home. Your live-in carer will support you with your specific needs to keep you comfortable and independent at home.