An individual with a learning disability often finds it difficult to understand and perform day to day tasks. Tasks may take longer to perform and some may require support from a carer to complete care. The individual living with a learning disability may find it difficult to process complicated information, interaction with other people can be a struggle, apart from primary carers who they are likely to have built a relationship with. Statistics show that 1.5mn people have a learning disability. Sometimes learning disabilities can be associated with conditions such as autism, individuals living with a learning disability will not require the same level of care. To find out more about various learning disabilities click on the link.
Individuals with learning difficulties may struggle to undertake day to day tasks, particularly if they have autism, these individuals may struggle to cook and clean, to being unable to fill in paperwork and pay bills. Individuals problems may vary and the care and support required will also differ.
Individuals living with learning difficulties often find it difficult to mix with society, and often have trouble looking after themselves. If you or your loved ones are struggling to cope alone, we encourage you to contact us, so we can support and provide care for individuals with learning difficulties.
Our live-in carers will follow a structured tailored care plan devised by our care managers after an initial care assessment has been carried out. The care plan has been devised to ensure loved ones feel safe and secure around their surroundings.
Carers will identify and adapt learn the preferences of the individuals to create a detailed care plan which will enable them to live independently. It is our carers responsibility to ensure that individuals physical and emotional needs are met. Our live-in carers may assist individuals with cooking, cleaning, washing, assisting with grocery shops or attending various places.
Our carers will develop a strong friendly relationship with the individual requiring care. They aim to involve your loved one with as many different activities aligned to the individuals interests, to keep them engaged and ensure there is a routine.
Caring for a loved one with a learning disability can be difficult, however we are here to support you. Whether this is caring for an individual in a care home or home care, we offer effective and affordable care to ensure your loved one is well looked after and supported. We offer 24-hour care if required, to be as flexible as you need us to be.
We offer the following learning disability services at Secure Healthcare Solutions:
* Domiciliary care provided within individuals personal homes.
* Registered care and nursing care within a care home or at the individuals own home.
Our specialist areas of learning disability include:
* Autism spectrum disorder
* Personality disorder
* Anxiety/mood disorders
* Obsessive compulsive disorder
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Please visit the link to find out more about our rating
If you are seeking learning disability support care for your loved ones, get in touch with our care team today, contact us on 01902 302 017 or email firstname.lastname@example.org