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What our members have to say...

Care With Compassion has procedures covering the administration or the assistance offered in the administering of medication for service users. These procedures are in line with CQC guidelines. There is a clear written policy supported by training for staff. Care With Compassion ensures the involvement of health and community professionals in the management of the service user's medication by acquiring written permission from service users which is shared with GP and Pharmacist.

ABOUT US

Care With Compassion is committed to providing care and support services for people to enable them to remain at home and remain as independent as possible,to provide the highest quality of care. We ensure that each service user has a copy of their own personal care plan which sets out how the service will be delivered to ensure that desired outcomes and choice of lifestyle are supported.

Care With Compassion intends to work with the following groups of people in need of care service

  • Adults age 18 to 65
  • Adults 65 +
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Disability
  • Dementia
  • Learning difficulties or autism disorder
  • Live-in care (both short and long term care)
  • Wakeful or sleep-in night care
  • Respite sitting
  • Home cuisine
  • Shopping
  • Bathing

Our Values and Principles

Care With Compassion is committed to applying the following framework of values and principles in everything that it does

  • Person Centred Care
  • Care With Compassion has procedures covering the administration or the assistance offered in the administering of medication for service users. These procedures are in line with CQC guidelines. There is a clear written policy supported by training for staff. read more...
  • Privacy
  • The right of individuals to be left alone or undisturbed and free from intrusion or public attention into their affairs.? This is taken into account in the formulation of Care Plans, and will only be overridden in exceptional circumstances, and with the knowledge of the service user or their advocate. read more...
  • Confidentiality
  • Service user confidentiality is, wherever possible, maintained.? On occasion, it will be necessary, for the benefit of the service user or others to share personal information with either other professionals or organisations.? read more...
  • Dignity
  • Individuals, whatever their circumstances, have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.? Anti-discrimination?Many service users, because of their circumstances, (eg age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, culture, religion or nationality), read more...
  • Communication
  • Service users have the right to be heard and to be fully informed on all aspects of their care.? Methods of communication are appropriate to the particular abilities and experiences of each individual, and are tailored to each particular set of circumstances.? read more...
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