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Palliative Care and End of Life Care
However, end of life and palliative care is not just for people nearing the end of their lives. If you have a life-limiting or chronic ongoing illness you can receive end of life and palliative care, regardless of your age, culture, background or beliefs.
Complex Healthcare Needs
For individuals with the most complex health and social needs, lack of access to coordinated physical, behavioral, and social services results in poor health outcomes and the use of expensive services.
Specialist Care & Support in Children Services
Health services at this level are specially designed to support and treat people with certain conditions, and normally you will have to be assessed and referred to the service by certain professionals, such as your GP, child’s school, health visitor or social worker.
Home Based Domiciliary Care
This type of care benefits physical and mental health alike, with care workers providing companionship care and emotional support, along with also helping out with the more physical aspects of everyday care. There are also specific care homes for mental health.
Autism & Learning Disabilities
One child with ASD may excel in rote memorization, yet struggle with understanding more complicated ideas. Another may encounter significant challenges with learning to speak or issues with reading and writing.
Mental Health & Outreach
Identifies a geographic and demographic plan for outreach that includes addressing survivors throughout the lifecycle spectrum (infants and toddlers who react to their caregiver’s stress; school-aged children and youth whose distress symptoms can vary widely from regression to high risk behaviors; adults who are caregivers of children and others including elderly parents; frail elderly with chronic medical concerns or limited mobility and survivors of any age with limited access and functional needs) .
There are options to live alone or to share with other people. The type of housing offered includes self-contained flats, houses, bungalows and completely bespoke solutions. Some supported living homes will have assistive technology services which help residents to learn the skills they need for daily living.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Psychological problems are based, in part, on faulty or unhelpful ways of thinking.Psychological problems are based, in part, on learned patterns of unhelpful behavior.People suffering from psychological problems can learn better ways of coping with them, thereby relieving their symptoms and becoming more effective in their lives.
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Dearest Obe & All your very kind staff,
We would like to thank you so much for your kindness & tender care you gave to our father on his last days, we do not know what we would have done without you.
Obe you’re a hidden gem in the society, from the bottom of our hearts thank you so much, we will never forget you.
Ben & Charlie
Dear Everyone at WhiteStone Care,
I would like to thank every member if staff that looked after, cared for my granddad Michael in his last few months. I’m so grateful and I couldn’t thank you enough, caring for him made it easier for both my family and my nan. I would like to say a special Thanks to Obe, as she ade sure he was comfortable in his final months and my nan is ever so thankful, I believe that Obe was more of a friend than a carer as she is a lovely lady with a big heart. She didn’t have to go out of her way to make sure everything was okay.
To all the carers who looked after my granddad – I want you all to know that he was very thankful to all of you as you all made him smile with your requests for hats from my nan and the way you’d brag to your friends about them.
I know my thanks don’t cut it for what you did for them, but it sure is a start. I think you all need to give yourself a pat on the back as it takes a lot of care for someone let alone someone you don’t, I’m grateful for all of you and I hope you carry on being the carers that I met and that my granddad loved having care for him.
Unfortunately we did say goodbye to him on the morning of 25th of March 2016. He was comfortable and not in pain, he passed away, not only with his family by his side and thanks to all the carers at WhiteStone Care it made easier as he got to stay at home until his final days, I sent my personal thanks on behalf of myself and all my family.
You all did a great job day in day and day out and I wouldn’t have wanted his last few months to have been any different and I’m so glad that you all cared for him. Once again I would like to say Thank You for looking after Michael Willoughby.
Miachel Willoughby’s Granddaughter
Dear Whitestone Care Team,We would like to pass on our sincere thanks for everything you have done for Patsy, your team have truly been exceptional over the past 6 months.Not only by the way you cared for Patsy, but also for the way you kept her spirits high.A very special thank you to Jacqueline, Timber, Cupid, Monica, Fred and Ivan, you really did have a special place in Patsy’s heart.The ability to make her smile during these last few months whilst being very professional was something our whole family were so grateful for… you did become part of the family.Jacqueline and Fred thank you for being so kind and considerate the night Patsy did fall asleep, we are thankful for the respect you showed.With love and thanks from our family to yours,