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Professional live-In care for a few days, a few weeks - or as long as you need.
We can lighten the load around the house, from shopping and vacuuming to laundry and ironing.
From dressing and grooming ready for the day, to night-time bathing and lavatory. We’re here to help.
Preparing breakfast, lunch or dinner - even a trip to the shops. It’s all in a day’s work for Nobilis.
All our carers are fully-trained in caring for people with complex needs including administering medications.
Living with Dementia
Studies have shown that those affected by dementia can benefit greatly from the familiarity associated with living in their own home.
We have found that this is certainly the case with our clients and our carers prioritise ensuring you or your loved one is able to do this safely, for as long as possible. Carefully managed, and with the right support, there is no reason why someone with dementia cannot maintain independence and quality-of-life at home for years to come.
- Lapses in memory
- Getting lost
- Unusual mood changes.
Living with Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s can make living at home challenging, but our carers understand the physical symptoms that can make day-to-day tasks more difficult.
We can also help with physical exercise, diet advice and information about available therapies alongside emotional support for loved ones and their families.
- Tremor, stiffness and slowness of movement
- Mild memory and thinking problems
- Mental health issues including depression.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms can vary widely from person-to-person. They can also change in severity from year-to-year, month-to-month, and even day-to-day.
That’s why one-size-fits-all homecare is not appropriate for the complex needs of MS and why Nobilis carers don’t ‘perform tasks’, but work with clients and families to develop practical, yet empathetic care and self-help strategies.
We create adaptive care plans, responsive to changing needs and liaise with health professionals to ensure in-home care works in harmony with medical treatment and therapy plans.
- Numbness and tingling
- Uneven balance and weak legs
- Double vision, blurry vision in one eye, or partial vision loss.
Recovering from a Stroke
Strokes range from mild to serious, but are never-the-less distressing, often with debilitating symptoms that can make managing everyday tasks difficult.
Our experienced stroke team will work with you to plan tailored support, because requirements differ widely from person-to-person depending on the severity of the stroke – and these often change over time.
- Weakness, partial paralysis, grasping & using one’s hand
- Movement, balance & walking difficulty
- Trouble speaking & swallowing.