Our mission is to provide exceptional high quality live-in carers and live-in nurses who ensure a person can continue to live their life to the fullest and in the peace and comfort of their own homes. Our goals are determined by our clients’ needs and our desire to exceed their expectations.
We live and work by this mission statement and our clients can give you an insight into why they believe this to be true and why they continue to recommend us.
“We’ve changed the names and locations in these brief accounts, but their situations, their challenges and their life stories are all very real. We hope that their experiences with us will give you a better understanding of the difference we make through live-in care.”
Emily is 75 years old and lives on her own in Surrey. She had been getting by with some help from her family, but she’s partially sighted and had recently been diagnosed with early stage dementia.
Once he’d been discharged from hospital following treatment for pleurisy, Desmond made it clear that he wanted no further admissions. He was 96 years old and had congestive heart failure.
Consultus received an enquiry from Alana, a 75-year-old lady living close to the Welsh borders, asking about our short-term home carer service.
Cancer surgery nursing
Elizabeth is a 76-year-old insulin-dependent diabetic with cancer of the bowel. As part of her treatment, she had been admitted to hospital for a colostomy.
John was 79 years old when we first met him. He was the main carer for his own wife, who was suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
Lung disease rehabilitation
Recovery from serious illness can be a long journey for the elderly. Arthur had been suffering from a respiratory tract infection, which was being treated with antibiotics.
Consultus were contacted by the family of an 85-year-old lady living in the home counties. Edith had been suffering from heart problems for a number of years and was now bed-bound.
Alzheimer's disease nursing
Douglas, an elderly gentleman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, had already expressed a fervent desire to receive any care he might need at home in Lincolnshire.