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Disability support

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There are a wide variety of reasons as to why a person may be temporarily or permanently incapacitated and require the assistance of our disability care teams to live comfortably in their own home.

But whatever the unique individual circumstances may be, Blossom Home Care’s overarching aim is always the same: to get the client’s life back to where they want it to be through a tailored, wraparound package of bloomin' good care.

Whatever the situation and whatever the goal, ensuring disabled clients are happy, comfortable, and have a constantly improving wellbeing always runs through everything we do.

Our carers are expertly trained in delivering truly holistic support designed to improve the life of clients on their own personal terms. So whether it’s enabling them to once again take their dog for a walk, or nursing them back to full fitness following an accident, we deliver an unbeatable level of support that simply isn’t possible to receive in a care home or supported living accommodation.


What makes Blossom Home Care’s disability care different?

We take every measure to help ensure our disability care delivers the results both clients and their families wish to see. We do this by:

Working with multidisciplinary teams (MDT)

Our highly trained and experienced carers work extremely closely with the disabled client’s family and multidisciplinary team (MDT) from the first moment we are enlisted to help. This includes but is not limited to:

● Doctors

● Nurses

● Social workers

● Mental health workers

● Physiotherapists

● Other healthcare professionals

Creating bespoke care plans

By understanding every patient’s unique care needs, this partnership-first approach allows us to carry out precisely the right level of holistic care for the client.

This laser-focused bespoke care plan improves the client’s wellbeing and enables us to keep them safe and comfortable in their own home for as long as possible – whilst also working to achieve their goals on the way back to being as capable as possible.

Relieving stress for family members

Entrusting Blossom Home Care to liaise with the client’s MDT and support staff alleviates a lot of strain on family members – especially those who may also be doubling up as carers.

Having our experienced, professional carers look after the disabled individual with a bespoke care plan allows you to rest easy and can often quicken their recovery where possible.

Minimum 50-minute visits

Key to our care provision is our unbreakable commitment that every visit lasts a minimum of 50 minutes – and often much longer.

This gives carers the time to properly interact with clients, having friendly conversations or enjoying activities together, as well as going about their routine duties. In short, it means doing all the things that really matter to them.

You can find out more about our minimum 50-minute visits here.

A holistic approach to care

We focus on every aspect of clients’ wellbeing when devising their bespoke care plan. No matter what their specific requirements, limitations, hobbies, interests or wishes are, we work tirelessly with them and their family to fully meet their personal needs.

Our life-affirming approach to caring for clients also helps prevent deteriorating health issues, dramatically improving their outlook and overall happiness; a positive mindset brings positive things.

You can find out more about our holistic approach to care here.

Blossom Home Care app provides complete transparency

Our industry-leading app is continually updated with exactly what care the disabled client is receiving. Family members are able to check in on this any time day or night, providing peace of mind that your loved one is getting the phenomenal care they need and deserve.

You can find out more about the Blossom Home Care app here.


Who are Blossom Home Care’s disability care services suitable for?

We provide best-in-class home care for disabled adults with a wide range of needs. This includes but is not limited to:

● People recovering from major surgery or life-changing injuries

● People who have been seriously hurt in accidents, such as car crashes, where insurers are obliged to pay for care

● Disabled people who are living in the family home, perhaps in a separate annex. In these scenarios, Blossom Home Care can extensively support the family who are overseeing the care

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