Welcome to Care Organiser™
Care Organiser™ is part of the Care Expertise Group.
We have over twenty-eight year's experience providing support in the care sector.
As little or as much Support as you need...
The value of quality, professional domiciliary support for individuals and carers, whether it’s at home, or within a care home or care centre, cannot be overstated. It may be that you need an extra pair of hands for a few hours a week, a companion who pops by for a cup of tea and a chat, or round-the-clock specialist services by expert carers. Care Organiser™ can make the difference between existing on a day-to-day basis and making the best of what life has to offer.
Friends or relations cannot always take care of loved-ones on their own and everyone needs a break sometime. Care Organiser™ can provide physical assistance, domestic services, rehabilitation and social support, to give carers the respite they deserve, comforted by the knowledge that the quality of our care is always of the highest professional standard.
Our Clients are at the heart of everything we do
We at Care Organiser™ are flexible; we’re fluid; we are the cement between the building blocks that make up people’s lives. We often work in partnership with local authorities, NHS Trusts and with individual clients to make life work for those that need our support. For carers, we are an extra pair of hands; people to be relied upon to do the simplest tasks such as help with personal washing or make up a bed or to ensure that prescribed medicines are taken on time.
Please take a few minutes to explore our website and you will see that whatever the challenges of your personal situation, we have the skills and experience at Care Organiser™ to make a difference, to enrich the lives of the individuals that need our help and the lives of the people that care for them.
Below are ways we can enable greater independence:
- Domestic services
- Meal provision
- Companionship - Escort for holidays, social activities
- Prompting and administering medication
- Specialised care; for example, for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s
- Personal care
- Continence care
- 24-hour care
- Live-in care worker
- Home from hospital care
- Respite for main carer