Our post-operative care service in West Sussex is designed to assist you to be as independent as you can whilst enabling you to recover as quickly as possible in the comfort of your home. We believe in maintaining and enhancing our clients’ independence in the comfort of their homes.
You can enlist a post-operative care placement in West Sussex from as little as 3 hours per session. You can enlist our services on a temporary or permanent basis. You should know that the post-operative carer you pick can also join you in the hospital to ensure you have all the support you need when you will be discharged. At home, they will follow the instructions set out by your doctors to support your recovery.
Our specialist consultants will ask to know about your recovery plan and will discuss the duties and responsibilities you expect from the post-operative carer. You may also mention any other special requirements, likes and dislikes, etc.
After this, they will start the search for post-operative carers in West Sussex and find you a candidate who will be ready to start when you need them. You don’t have to worry about background checking the candidates, as your consultant takes care of all of this for you.
Guardian Carers promises to deliver a premium care service. Our wide range of services can be enlisted full-time or part-time, either as live-in or live-out placements. Carers can be hired either temporarily or permanently.
We ensure that you always receive a post-operative carer who has a minimum of 2 years of professional care experience. Before they can start working in your home, the carers are expertly vetted by our team of specialist consultants. They participate in a thorough interview process, their documents are checked, their enhanced DBS checks are verified and 2 references are contacted verbally.
We are an introductory agency placing carers, companions and housekeepers all over the UK and beyond. We have a background of over 15 years in the domestic placement industry thus establishing ourselves as one of the top care choices in the country.