Looking For a Local Care Provider
Pesnique Healthcare we are proud to support our clients to remain in their community at the comfort of their own homes. Our carers takes Healthcare mandatory training yearly refresher course for all healthcare professionals working with us to ensure compliances and competency as requirement within health and social care settings. It covers 11 statutory and mandatory training topics that are aligned to the UK Core Skills Training Framework Infection prevention and control
- Fire safety
- Health, safety and welfare
- Equality, diversity and human rights
- Preventing radicalisation
- Lone Working
- Safeguarding adults and children
- Moving and handling
We will provide competency staff looking after your loved ones, we character match to suit our clients choices, needs and likes. Our clients are our priority in every decision we make and working hard every day to maintain a flawless relationship and learning from every mistakes. Being supported by a local care provider can have several advantages, such as:
You can access comprehensive information and advice about care and support services in your local area, and how to access them.
You can get help from social services and charities that understand your needs and preferences, and can provide you with personalised care and support.
You can benefit from a flexible and sustainable service that can adapt to your changing needs and circumstances, and offer you more choice and control over your care.
You can be part of a local community that values and supports you, and provides you with opportunities to socialise learn and work. There are different ways to contact a care provider, depending on the type and location of the service you are looking for. Some possible ways are:
You can use online directories or databases to search for care providers in your area, such as Care Quality Commission (CQC) in England, Care Inspectorate in Scotland, or Care.com for various services.
You can call or email the care provider directly if you have their contact details. You can find their contact details on their website, on their inspection reports, or on online platforms like Care.com.
You can contact your local authority or social services for information and advice about care providers in your area, and how to access them. They can also help you with a needs assessment and a financial assessment if you are eligible for funded care.