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Secure Healthcare Solutions are proud to support the elimination of racial discrimination with a diverse workforce sharing our services to everyone.

As a human being, we are born free and equal, none of us is any different from one another. We may be different races. We may be diverse in the languages we speak. Our cultures could be completely different. However, we are all born with the same rights.

As an agency, we have a variety of staff types such as nurses, healthcare assistants and support workers who work within the NHS and the private sector. Each candidate is different and diverse in many ways however as a company we treat everyone with the same equality and respect as we treat one another.

The exceptional office team allow our healthcare professionals to feel as though they are part of a family or community rather than a workplace. With the friendly team here for every nurse, healthcare assistant and support worker, we also pride ourselves in making our clients feel part of the Secure Healthcare Solutions family.

Being able to have a workplace that is solidified by feeling like a family unit, Secure Healthcare Solutions have the full confidence that we are racially diverse and accepting of any race or culture that join our family.

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In the past the UK as a country has suffered with extreme weather conditions, particularly during winter – March is no different. The highest temperature on average is 10 degrees and 2 degrees for the lowest.

It is in this time when we have to pay more attention to our elderly loved ones, as this cold weather can translate into health problems or worsen conditions, especially during stormy or distressing weather. The exposure to cold can cause our own temperature to drop below the normal level which can, in turn, lead to hypothermia.

Domiciliary care or care at home is one of the best options to take care of our elders during this time, as it allows the patient to stay in the comfort of their own home receiving the best care.

With our care at home services, you can rest knowing that your loved ones are in good hands – Our highly trained carers make sure that our elders are safe and warm in their own homes.

However, there are many ways all of us can each other in ensuring loved ones are prepared for colder days and adverse weather. We are urging friends and family to share some tips on how to deal with cold temperatures:

Avoiding Falls & Bumps

  • Stretch your muscles and joints before going for a walk
  • If the weather conditions are too rough, make arrangements for someone to shovel and salt the drive.
  • Install handrails on the outside and inside of the property.
  • Wear thick shoes with non-slip rubber soles – Plastic and leather soled shoes tend to be the worst for walking on slippery paths.

Stay Indoors

  • Cold temperatures, snow, rain, and wind can all steal body heat. Wind especially as it removes the layer of heated air from around the body.
  • If you have to go outside, make sure you are covering your mouth, head and fingers.
  • Stay dry, Wet clothing chills the body quickly

Keeping Warm

  • Make sure that you are able to maintain your body temperature. You can achieve this by wearing several layers of clothes and wearing warm slippers around the house. It is recommendable wearing several layers instead of a thick one as the body warmth is trapped between the layers.
  • Make sure all the windows and doors between rooms are closed. Coming to the curtains will help to keep your house warm.
  • Have a blanket or a throw to cover your feet, shoulders or legs.
  • Make sure your central heating system has been serviced and your chimney has been swept.
  • Turn the heating on. If it is not possible heating all the rooms, make sure that the living room is kept warm and turn the heater on the bedroom before bed or place a hot water bottle in bed.
  • Never cover heaters and fires, such as with drying clothes.
  • Hot Meals are an easy way of keeping body temperature. Meals such as soups keep you warm, satiated and it is full of vitamins and minerals.
  • Keep basic food items in stock.
  • Keep a list with emergency numbers handy

Day to Day Habits

  • Make sure you keep yourself hydrated in winter, even if you are not thirsty. The recommended daily water intake is from 8-10 glasses per day.
  • Eat frequently, relative light meals.
  • Avoid drinking alcohol or caffeine
  • Warm beverages and food to help you stay warm.

While at home, keep active in order to increase blood flow that will lead to warmer body heat.

Our care at home services ensures that your loved ones are protected from the dangers of cold weather, regularly checking that they are warm enough, monitoring room temperatures and ensuring the house is kept warm day & night.

Our trained Care assistants can help with daily tasks such as bathing, cleaning the house, preparing hot and warm meals whilst also offering day-to-day support and companionship.

Are you looking for care at home services? There are many benefits to choosing homecare. Care at home is a lot more flexible, offering different levels of care tailored exclusively for you.

Contact us today and find out how our qualified team of carers can help you.

The very first International Women’s Day (IWD) was first celebrated in 1911 and is still celebrated in this day and age on the 8th March and what a day it is to celebrate. We have come such a long way from 1908 where women were subjected to inequality and maltreatment; to a day and age where women are as equal as men. With 15,000 women marching in New York City in 1908 to appeal for us to receive a pay increase, shorter hours and the right to vote; it has been over a century since and the world is a place where women and girls feel empowered every day.

This year the theme for IWD is #BalanceforBetter. With the world constantly evolving the human race needs to match this forward thinking world and create a gender-balanced universe. We all have a role and it is our job to fulfil this all the time, everywhere we go. At Secure Healthcare Solutions, we fully support #BalanceforBetter. As Balance is not considered a women’s issue and more so a business issue Secure Healthcare Solutions are proud to say we allow all of our agency nurses, support workers and Healthcare assistants the same opportunities as one another.

With a gender-balanced workplace, a collective sex of agency staff members and a cultural management team Secure Healthcare Solutions are supporting #BalanceforBetter

BalanceforBetter     BalanceforBetter


February is the month of love and we have loved our healthcare professionals. Not only have we loved them, so have our clients. Everyone needed a date this Valentines and luckily we were able to pencil some of our finest agency nurses, healthcare assistants and support workers into our client’s diary.

We have had an overwhelming applause for our agency carers and nurses over the duration of February and couldn’t be prouder over the reviews we have received. As an agency, we have been able to provide a high quality of service and professionalism due to the remarkable staff members that have joined us.  With the constant flow of work, the reliability of our healthcare professionals and the persistence of the sublime office staff; we have been able to guarantee our clients a 95% fulfilment rate!

This month we had so many incredible staff members and it was a struggle to decide the best of the best however we have come to a collective decision and our February Nurse of the month is Irene and our February HCA of the Month is Yusupha! As an agency you have set the standards for our existing and future staff, picking up every shift possible to you, helping us in urgent situations and being a joy for our clients to work with we couldn’t thank you enough.


Feb employee of the month     HA of the month

Our nurses already provide an exceptional quality of service to our clients however we have been able to offer an opportunity for our healthcare professionals to develop on their professional career.

This February, the Secure Training Services in partnership with Secure Healthcare Solutions has provided their first training day of 2019 and we couldn’t be happier with the results.

We have been able to provide an excellent experience for these exceptional nurses and have plenty more coming in the future.

As our healthcare professionals thoroughly enjoyed the informative and thought provoking session, they were able to engage in practical activities to fully comprehend the information given.

Our trachy and catheter training was an extremely successful event and we are looking forward to our future sessions.

We have opportunities for everyone, as much as we provide these training sessions to our own candidates; we are able to provide these to our clients staff as well to anyone looking for extra training to boost their nursing career.

We have a few courses in the near future available to anybody interested in the future:

April 2019

-Syringe Driver

May 2019

-Mapaa/ Breakaway training

-Trachy and Catheter

June 2019

-Cannulation training

Some of the future training sessions could be available for you. All you need to do is give us a call and find out how you can be on one of the next training days for 2019!

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We have finally managed to get through the long month of January! Aren’t we glad it’s over? Yes we are! But we wouldn’t have been able to get through this month without our HCA’s and Nurses working as hard as they do to provide an amazing service to all of our clients. Here at Secure Healthcare we have the most incredible team of healthcare professionals that does their utmost to make sure that every shift is covered.

Our highly skilled and dedicated office team work very hard to ensure our clients and candidates receive the highest level of service; which makes us stand out from our competitors by maintaining good old fashion values. This year we are very pleased to announce an employee of the month scheme to our candidates whereby we are able to demonstrate our appreciation for all their dedication, enthusiasm and their commitment to Secure Healthcare Solutions.

We as an agency could not be where we are today without the incredible staff that we have working for us. For the month of January we have selected two of our candidates who have shown efficiency and initiative. They have stopped what they’re doing to help the nursing homes that are struggling, have constantly had amazing feedback from the Nurses in charge and they have always been asked for when homes are requesting cover. For the month of January we are pleased to announce we have selected Arun for HCA of the month and Daniel for Nurse of the month and wish to thank them for all their hard work.

Jan Nurse of the month        Jan HCA of the month

At Secure Healthcare Solutions, we are pleased to offer roles that allow our teams to work flexible hours which suit their needs, whether to fit in with family responsibilities, allow you top up your income, or to fit in with your social life. For many, that means working night shifts, be it as a nurse, a healthcare assistant or in another role.

However, when working non-traditional hours, a danger can be that your sleep can become disordered if you don’t put appropriate measures in place to ensure your health and wellbeing. So we have put together some tips to help you to get a better night’s (or day’s) sleep!

Healthy Eating

While it can seem strange to tuck into dinner at 8 am, eating a healthy meal before you go to bed will stop hunger of thirst waking you up, and therefore disturbing that much-needed sleep.

However, what you tuck into can be just as important; night shift workers are more likely to experience metabolic syndrome and have a 29% increased risk of becoming overweight due to poor diet and disruption of your body clock. While it may be tempting to grab a sugary easy snack when you come home, ideally you should stick to a similar eating pattern that you would during the day.

Before sleeping, opt for foods that are easy to digest to avoid being woken up. Upon waking, think about eating a balanced meal that includes slow release carbohydrates that will give you energy.

It’s also worth noting that, while alcohol may initially help you drop off to sleep, it diminishes the quality of sleep, leaving you feeling unrefreshed, and can disturb your sleep too.

Night Shifts and Light Exposure

One of the biggest factors that can disturb the sleep of those who need to sleep during the day (and even at night) is exposure to light. While it’s obvious that sunlight can interrupt your sleep, exposure to artificial light, such as light from your mobile, tablet, or TV, shortly before you attempt to sleep can also play havoc with your ability to drop off.

If it’s bright on your commute home, consider wearing sunglasses on your journey to ‘trick your brain’ into getting ready for sleep. Consider using blackout blinds or curtains in your bedroom to block out the daylight, or if this isn’t possible, use a sleep mask.

Avoid screentime before going to bed – including mobiles, tablets and TV, and don’t leave your phone on your bedside table – the constant light from notifications is bound to wake you up!

Be Careful of Caffeine

We all love a good cuppa! Whether your choice is to grab a latte, brew yourself a tea when getting home, or top up on instant throughout you shift. Caffeine is a stimulant, and while lots of us take a lovely dose of caffeine at the start of our workday to kick start our shift, drinking too much coffee, tea, or cola can lead to sleep problems.

Avoid drinking any caffeine product at least six hours before bedtime to make sure that it won’t affect your sleep.

Managing your sleep as a shift worker needn’t be difficult, with a little planning, and understanding what works for you will enable you to enjoy all the benefits of night shifts, without the downsides.


When considering a care at home plan, you may wish to consider whether you or your loved one needs assistance during the night. Choosing to use overnight care can be something that you wish to do from when you start to use care at home services. or may become a requirement at a later stage if you become more reliant on your care professional.

There are several instances where you may decide that overnight care will be beneficial for the health and the safety of the person receiving care, and below we talk through some common reasons why people choose to include overnight services in the care plan.

Night Time Care for Dementia Sufferers

If you have chosen care at home services for someone suffering with dementia or Alzheimers, as the condition progresses, you may wish to ensure the safety and security of the person requiring care, by having someone to care for them overnight. Additionally, it can be frightening and confusing for those who suffer from dementia to wake up alone, therefore having a professional carer on hand gives you peace of mind that your loved one has the support they need.


Overnight Care for those with mobility issues

For people with limited mobility, tasks such as getting in and out of bed can become difficult. It can also be worrying, as you may feel that you are in a vulnerable position should there be any type of emergency.

Care at home can be arranged overnight to give you assistance with getting in and out of bed, getting up to use the toilet, and additionally gives you peace of mind that you have someone to help should there be any type of emergency.


Many of our clients choose care at home services as they wish to maintain their independance and remain in their own homes in later life. However, feeling safe and secure in your own home is key to ensuring that you continue to have that self assurance. For some people who require care, that feeling of security may be eroded if, for example, they have been a victim of crime, or live alone.

Having someone close by can help to alleviate fear and anxiety and give peace of mind, allowing them to feel secure and safe.


If you or a loved one is required to take medication on a regular basis, whether as part of recovering from an illness or surgery, or as part of a long term medication plan, care professionals can help you to ensure that you take your dose at the correct times.

Resting can be vital recovering from injury or illness, however worrying that you may forget to take your medication can cause restlessness and anxiety, therefore putting the responsibility for waking you for medication onto your carer can allow you to be better rested as you know you are in safe hands.

Whatever your reasons for considering overnight care at home, Secure Healthcare Solutions can help. We work with you to ensure a fully tailored care plan that meets with your exact requirements and will provide a carer who fits in with your lifestyle and personality.








If you or a loved one are struggling at home, it can be difficult to understand what types of care may be right for you. There are many different types of care available, so it can be helpful to understand what type of service you will need in order to work out a care plan that is suitable for your needs.


Wanting to stay in your home can be a major factor that delays those needing help from seeking out a carer. However, with care at home services you are able to enjoy the benefits of having a full or part time carer, without having to leave your home.

Live In Care

Live in care is a perfect solution for those with full time needs who require 24/7 care while remaining in the comfort of their own home.

Your live-in carer is able to assist with basic help such as washing, dressing and food preparation, enabling you to stay at home for longer. Live in care also gives family and friends peace of mind knowing that their loved one is receiving one to one attention from an experienced carer.

Dementia Care

With dementia affecting one in six people over the age of 80 and those figures increasing as we live longer, living with dementia is becoming a wide spread issue. For those affected, staying in the familiar surroundings of their own homes can help to ease some of the symptoms associated with the disease.

That’s why care at home can be a sound option when it comes to caring for someone with dementia. It can be very difficult for family members to know how to deal with someone suffering with dementia, as symptoms can mean that the patient can be confused, or find it difficult to control their emotions. That’s why our specialist dementia carers are trained to deal with clients with dementia.

Respite Care

For those who look after a loved one with care needs, having a break can be highly beneficial both for their mental and physical wellbeing. Respite care offers fulltime caregivers a much-needed break, allowing them to take some time to themselves, which can be great for the person being cared for, as it allows their carer time to recharge and therefore be better equipped to help them.

Our respite care services will match you with a carer who can fit around your routine, allowing you flexibility around when you need help.

Convalescence Care

If you are coming home from hospital after an illness or injury, there’s nothing better than the comfort of your own home. However, sometime you may require additional support in order to recover properly, such as help with physical tasks, getting around, or using specialist equipment to help you get better.

Secure Healthcare Solutions offer you a wide range of convalescence care which is tailored to your needs. Whether you just require an extra pair of hands or a dedicated nurse who can help you with your medication, we will work out a plan tailored to your needs, and can even arrange transport to get you home.

Physical Disability Care

There can be numerous physical difficulties that a person experiences that will require them to need a little help at home. From having a carer to help with manual tasks that may have become difficult, to more serious injuries or disabilities that require round the clock assistance, enabling someone with physical disabilities to lead as independent and active a lifestyle as possible will help to ensure both physcial and mental wellbeing.

We can assist with coming up with a tailored care plan that is suited to the requirements of the person requiring help, taking into account both their personality and lifestyle.

Palliative Care

Palliative care, which is also known as end of life care, helps to ensure that the patient is comfortable, and well looked after in the familiar and comfortable surrounding of their own home. It also offers support to friends and family at a very difficult time.

Learning Disabilities Care

Establishing a care plan for someone with a learning disability will take into account the complex requirements of the person needing care. In many cases the benefits of help with homecare for someone with learning disabilities can be both in terms of general support – such as help with maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and can also help with building social skills.

Care plans can focus on the development of vital life skills as well as assisting the person needing care with forming and maintaining social relationships.


At Secure Healthcare Solutions all of our care plans are as individual as the person requiring care – so get in touch to find out how we can assist you.

Winter has a tendency to make the symptoms of dementia worse than they
already are.
If you have loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s, you may have noted their
increased agitation, distress and general detachment during the winter. A long-
standing theory, research has concluded that the winter weather has a direct
impact on the symptoms of dementia.
Specifically, experts have pinpointed four reasons why shorter days and
unpleasant weather can adversely affect individuals with dementia:

Heightened risk of depression

When the human brain is starved of natural light, the risk of developing
depression intensifies. Depression associated with the changing seasons is
known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which can have a particularly
heavy impact on dementia sufferers.

Disrupted sleep patterns

During the winter, the early onset of darkness and the later rising of the sun can
wreak havoc with our internal body clocks. Longer nights potentially confuse
the brain as to when it should and should not be asleep. This can lead to
disrupted sleep patterns and lower quality of sleep, which can cause significant
problems for patients with dementia.

Visual problems

The confusion and disorientation associated with dementia are worsened by
visual problems. Darkness can lead to disorientation and frustration –
particularly in those already experiencing visuospatial symptoms. Darker days
and longer nights often bring visual problems for dementia patients, which only
stand to exacerbate their symptoms further.

Cold temperatures

When the body is exposed to cold temperatures, it is forced to produce
additional heat and energy for its protection. This can leave a person feeling
tired and drained, while at the same time heightening their risk of contracting
winter illnesses. Once again, an even greater threat and issue for those who
suffer from dementia.

Addressing the Issues

Unfortunately, there isn’t a thing any of us can do to change the seasons.
Instead, it’s a case of doing whatever we can to help those affected by dementia
cope with the winter weather.

Maximise exposure to natural light

Where possible, ensure that the affected individual enjoys at least a short period
of direct exposure to natural light each day. Even if it’s simply a quick walk
outdoors, exposure to natural light can reduce stress and enhance a person’s
mood rapidly.

Vitamin D supplements

Seasonal Affective Disorder may be exacerbated by the human body’s
starvation of vitamin D during the winter months. When the ‘sunshine vitamin’
isn’t available from the sun itself, supplementation could prove helpful.

Create a routine

The confusion and disorientation associated with shorter days can be effectively
addressed by creating a routine. When a dementia patient understands what’s
happening and when it should be happening, they’re far less likely to succumb
to panic, confusion or depression.

Avoid boredom

Last but not least, providing plenty of entertainment can be a great way of
helping dementia patients through the winter. Boredom is the worst enemy of
anyone at risk of depression, anxiety or agitation. Simply providing personable
company for dementia patients can be one of the best ways of staving off
harmful boredom.