Home nursing can help with a variety of long-term medical conditions such as unstable diabetes, COPD, motor neurone, multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s and all forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s.
Whilst the NHS does provide District/Community Nursing support, this is based on visiting patients a few times a day and that may not be enough to safely meet their healthcare needs, particularly if those needs are unstable or unpredictable. Having a live-in nurse provides complete assurance that a trained healthcare professional is available 24/7 to provide clinical support and prevent unnecessary hospital admissions.
Below are a number of the medical conditions in which have experience, but these are not all the conditions we cover. We would advise contacting our Nurse Co-ordinators to have a detailed conversation about your live-in nursing needs.
Nursing for cancer patients
Many of our clients wish to stay in their own home after being diagnosed with cancer. For many, their fondest memories are ingrained in the walls of their cherished home.
Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s can be incredibly overwhelming for a family. There are lots of different treatments, therapies and support available to help you manage the condition.
Motor neurone disease (MND) and Stroke
Consultus live-in nurses are used to meeting the challenges and complexities of this debilitating and progressive condition.
Coronary heart disease (cardiovascular disease)
One-to-one, 24-hour home nursing for the care and rehabilitation of patients with a heart condition. We bring positivity, stimulus and good company when it's needed.
Brain or spinal injuries
We provide specialist nursing for people who suffer physical, cognitive and emotional changes as a result of acquired brain and spinal cord injury.
Dementia and Alzheimer's
With dementia, the familiarity and normality of home matters more than ever.