If you are considering caring for someone with a spinal cord injury, you want to be sure that they will receive the highest quality of spinal injury home care. Guardian Carers have been in the care industry for over a decade, during this time period we know the exact qualities a carer should have.
We look for 4 main things in our carers:
Trust is the foundation of all relationships, your spinal injury home carer will be there with you through some of your most vulnerable and toughest times - it is essential you trust them. To encourage trust we ensure our carers are reliable, punctual and confident in their abilities.
If your carer is passionate about their job and love to help others, they are more likely to do it to the best of their ability as well as being smiley and enthusiastic during the time period. Being a carer is a hard and demanding role, you are constantly on your feet and need to be alert, which is why it is important that your carer has a drive about them.
Guardian carers understand that it is scary to leave your life in the hands of someone else, which is why we require a minimum of 3 years experience to ensure you are in the most capable and able hands.
Spinal injury home care allows you to continue to live as independently as possible, which is why they must understand that you may want to change or cancel a few things in your schedule. Your carer must respect your actions and limitations.
Reablement care is a personalised, one on one service in the environment your loved one feels most comfortable, their home. Moulding and evolving to your needs, a reablement carer ensures your needs are being met and they remain independent in their home and able to stay within their community, surrounded by their friends for as long as possible.
Our reablement care at home provides the necessary security and safety you need to maintain the life you have built in your home. By having a reablement carer, you and your loved ones can have the peace of mind, knowing you are in safe and able hands should you have a fall or an emergency. Also having an extra abled body around the house reduces the chances of uninvited visitors.