• 1 Young or old your future is your choice
  • 2 Professional friendly staff in the comfort of your own home
  • 3 Supporting you through Good and Bad
  • 4 Giving you a new lease of life and freedom of choice


Everlasting Care provides domiciliary care for people in need of help to live in their own homes as comfortably, securely and independently as possible. We support service users in having the right to choose for themselves. We will also assist their families by striving to meet their requests where possible and help them to maintain their own independence to the best of their ability. The most important elements of our service are that we give all our service users the help and respect they deserve.

A representative of Everlasting Care will meet service users/carers prior to the establishment of the service to agree the range of care services, when they will commence and the times and duration of staff attendance. If an urgent first visit is required, this will be undertaken by an appropriate senior representative of the company. Everlasting Care workers are trained, supervised and supported to provide quality personal care service for people with a wide range of disabilities and illnesses and will ensure:

  • Each service user is valued and has the right to have control of ones own affairs.
  • Every service user has control over how they live their life, make their own decisions, and freely express their wishes and preferences.
  • All users have equal rights and are entitled to protection against any form of discrimination.

A personal care plan will be agreed with the service user/commissioner of care and family as appropriate and may include the following:

Basic tasks:
Support with:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing and undressing
  • Mobility and transfers
  • Feeding
  • Continence Care
  • Exercise programmers for rehabilitation and development under the instruction of a physiotherapist or occupational therapist
  • Administration of prescribed medication both orally and topically

Specialist tasks:
From time to time Care Workers may be asked to undertake some tasks, which may be considered to be specialist. These tasks may be undertaken following appropriate risk assessments and only after specific training. The Care Worker will be trained in the procedure before undertaking the tasks with the person with care needs and the trainer with a relevant qualification e.g. Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, or Nurse will sign a form to indicate their competence.

Such tasks may include:

  • Assisting with artificial feeding
  • Changing Sterile dressings
  • Catheter care - changing bags, monitoring output
  • Tracheotomy care - oral suctioning
  • Assistance with eye or ear drops
  • Ileostomy and colostomy care - changing of bags
  • Administering Rectal medication

Everlasting Care Ltd does not provide nursing care services.

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