Care relating to personal hygiene and toileting. Dressing and undressing. Assistance with feeding, eating and drinking. Promotion of continence and management of incontinence. Assistance with mobility and transfers, including help with getting up and going to bed. Promotion of independence and social functioning. Anxiety and behaviour management. Social care needs assessment and ensuring personal safety. Encouragement and assistance with cognitive functions. Supervision and monitoring of medication. Care relating to personal hygiene and toileting Dressing and undressing Assistance with feeding, eating and drinking Management of urinary and bowel functions Promotion of continence and management of incontinence Assistance with mobility and transfers, including help with getting up and going to bed Promotion of independence and social functioning Anxiety and behaviour management. Social care needs assessment and ensuring personal safety Encouragement and assistance with cognitive functions Supervision and monitoring of medication SOCIAL CARE: Listening and talking to people is regarded as an important part of delivering care. We can assist clients in the following ways: Assistance with shopping Assisting with laundry Assisting with bed making Assistance with household cleaning Going on a social outing PROVISION OF MEALS AND DIETARY CARE: This includes: Food preparation at the client’s home Assistance with feeding Taking the client for a meal in a restaurant of their choice.Read More
Listening and talking to people is regarded as an important part of delivering care. We can assist clients in the following ways: Assistance with shopping, Assisting with laundry, Assisting with bed making, Assistance with household cleaning. PROVISION OF MEALS AND DIETARY CARE: This includes: Food preparation at the client’s home.Read More
Perhaps you just need company- If there’s room in your life for such a person, we are here. One of our Care Workers can visit or accompany you and add that vital element to your day. They will be trusted, friendly, share your interests, while offering companionship to you. You will find that getting together with a companion will leave you feeling revitalised and energised when you spend quality time with someone who understands you and is genuinely caring and wants to understand you. We at POVA Care feel the need for companionship in the elderly/adults is just as important as anyone else. Companionship has been shown to help decrease depression.Without having a person in your life to offer you friendship and company, an individual can develop feelings of loneliness, isolation, and even feel neglected.Read More
People with dementia, orientation and day-to-day memory can be challenging and for loved ones. So having a routine is even more important than usual. At Pova care we aim to allocate regular Care /Support workers as a familiar, friendly face will make the experience more comfortable for us and yourselves Our carers have been trained to the highest level possible dealing with Dementia/Alzheimers: We are patient Offer a shoulder to lean on Include the individual in conversation Help the family tackle its to-do list Invite family members to join you in leisure activities Offer a reprieve We will assess your needs to see how we can support you to stay involved and active Provide you with a highly trained and skilled care/support worker to help you continue with activities you might not feel confident enough to do on your own provide help with light chores cooking shopping and emotional support to tackle the feelings of isolation or lonelinessRead More
Need emergency respite or even just respite Pova can help with this, we can send one of our experienced carers in to take the pressure off, offering a high level of care leaving loved ones assured they are being taken care of with Pova home care. Respite provides caregivers with the opportunity for a temporary rest from their caregiving duties, is designed to do just that. Respite care for loved ones provides short-term breaks for caregivers that can relieve their stress, renew their energy and restore a sense of balance to their lives, At POVA Care we understand how important a few hour break can be.Read More
Sitting services provide actual care. This means you can take a break even if the person you care for needs alot of support, including personal care. The time our Support workers are sitting whatever the needs of the person will be met, that is after an assessment will be put in place stating all of the needs.Read More
POVA care is committed to employing a highly skilled staff as this gives us the confidence and ability to meet the needs of our service users and enable us to provide them with high quality care.