At Springbank Community Care, we want the people we work with to live their lives their own way and to realise their potential, whatever their impairment or disability.
You don’t have to live your life any differently because you need a little extra help. What we want is to make your life easier, supporting you to do the basic tasks of daily life, so you can focus on the big things.
We will talk to you, your family or other people important to you, to decide on the best way we can help and create a support plan that fits you and your life exactly.
Our homecare workers can help you with every day tasks, like getting up, washing, personal hygiene and bedtime routines. We can also help with things like shopping, making a meal, laundry and cleaning.
We believe that being involved in your local community contributes to your general health and well-being, so we can support you to do this in ways including accompanying you to attend religious services or social events, taking part in activities you’re interested in, meeting family and friends, or staying in touch via letter or email, or collecting prescriptions.
We help some people to go do paid or voluntary work, or to take part in a wide range of social and leisure activities, both at home and in the community. Our support workers can help you to start doing things like this, or support you to do the things you already enjoy.
We can also help you to manage your medication routine, look after your money and help you get used to being at home again after you have been in hospital. Our services are designed to be as individual as you are, from short-term support following an illness or stay in hospital, to long-term support for as long as you need.
To find out more about how Springbank Community Care can support you with homecare and personal assistance in your home and community, please contact us.