Specialist Care Services
At Advinia we understand that you want the best possible support when the health of the people you care about or your own health starts to decline
People with dementia typically have changing needs over time as their disease progresses. Advinia’s flexible support means that we can scale up by offering more complex services as the need arises.
Live-in care is often ideal in the more advanced stages of dementia, as it helps to alleviate the confusion that can come with new surrounding or routines. Care on a one-to-one basis in your home will allow us to provide permanent support while you or your loved one remains in a familiar environment.
Our Care Professionals receive specialist training to help them understand the complexities of the various forms of dementia and to provide support that will help you to maintain routine and stability, resulting in enhanced well-being and quality of life.
We take a holistic approach to the training and support we provide and include family members to ensure the best possible outcome for everyone.
Degenerative Neurological Conditions
Our Care Consultant will work with you to create a tailor-made service plan, taking into account your preferences, needs and choices, so you always feel comfortable. Your Care Professional will be there to support you to complete tasks that may have become too difficult for you to do alone and to motivate you to complete physiotherapy exercises prescribed by your medial team, so that your independence is maintained for as long as possible.
As your condition progresses, needs change and Advinia’s flexible approach means that we can scale up our support offering more complex services, including medication management by reminding and prompting.
Advinia’s Care Professionals receive a variety of specialist training to enable them to achieve professional qualifications at Diploma level; this will include education on various aspects of neurological conditions to ensure they are best equipped to support you.
If you have an illness that can’t be cured, palliative care makes you as comfortable as possible, by managing your pain and other distressing symptoms. It also involves psychological, social and spiritual support for you and your family or carers. This is called a holistic approach, because it deals with you as a "whole" person.
Palliative care isn’t just for the end of life. You may receive palliative care earlier in your illness while you are still receiving other therapies to treat your condition.
Our Care Professionals liaise with the local specialist multidisciplinary palliative care teams including GPs and district nurses to ensure that each service user has:
- Assessment, social and emotional advice and support for themselves and their families
- Intensive co-ordinated home support for those services users with complex needs