Redyfne Care are a UK wide, homecare and support provider of personal care. Short Term, Long Term and Live in Care.
Redyfne Care offer short term and long term homecare services including:
- Morning and evening visits
Short visits to assist in getting started in the morning with breakfast, taking medicines, bathing and dressing and then helping with the evening meal and bedtime.
- Mealtime support
Help with meal preparation and feeding is when required
- Medicine assistance
Help in taking prescribed medicines and also collecting prescription medication from the pharmacy or GP
- Shopping and Pension collection
Both a simple assistance in travelling to and around the shops to a full shopping collection and then put the shopping away at home. Collect pensions for you or escort the patient in collecting their pension
- Household chores and gardening
Help with day to day household chores, cleaning, washing, hovering, ironing and also help with keeping any gardens maintained and tidy
- Social activities
When getting out and about needs assistance we can help with everything from packing suitably to escorting the patient on their excursions
- Overnight care
When required we offer the comfort of knowing someone is there through the night to attend to any needs
- Respite care
A temporary alternative to a the usual care arrangements, giving rest to the usual carer when needed
- Live in care (24 hour support)
24 hour care and support gives peace of mind and security
- Disability care
Personal and practical care services available for people with a wide range of illnesses and disabilities.
- End of life care
At this difficult time we offer pain and symptom management, and assist patients and families through the death and dying process.
- Care for children
We offer assistance to children and their families
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The page was last updated on 6 January 2021