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Devoncare (4ME&U LTD)

Devoncare offers a full range of services including periodic visits to help with shopping, walk in the park, companionship, domestic chores, through to twenty four hours full time care.

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Address:Unit 139
City Business Park
Somerset Place
Telephone number: 01752 522522
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Domiciliary care

Domiciliary care is provided to people who still live in their own homes but require additional support with activities, including household tasks, personal care and any other activity that allows them to maintain both their independence and quality of life.

Devoncare offers a full range of services including periodic visits to help with shopping, walk in the park, companionship, domestic chores, through to twenty four hours full time care.

Our team of highly qualified, experienced, friendly staff are ready to attend to your every need, this includes:

  • Companionship
  • Light housework
  • Helping at bed time
  • Shopping
  • Personal and continence care
  • Managing medication
  • Assisting clients move around the house
  • Helping with household tasks and meal preparation
  • Clinical care, including catheter and stoma management
  • PEG feeding

Live in care

Having a live in carer allows you to  stay in your own home and lead as normal a life as possible. Live in carers duties vary and can include some domestic work, such as light cleaning, helping with or preparing food, assisting the client with bathing and dressing. They may also accompany the client on shopping trips, walks etc.

Carers are often trained to deal with specialist conditions such as Dementia, Parkinson, Palliative Care, Stroke, End of Life and MS. 

Live in carers work very closely with both the client and their families to ensure the right level of care is provided. Carers act almost like a member of the family, often building strong relationship with them. A carer also offers companionship, this is often overlooked but is a very important part of the job, as is building trust with family members.

Some of the benefits of live in care include:

  • Most people want to stay in their own home rather than a care home
  • Staying in your own home means minimum disruption to daily life and routines
  • Care is tailored to the individual's needs and is flexible.
  • Family members have easy and unlimited access
  • A dedicated team of carers supervised by a Care Manager who is on call 24/7

Personal care

There is no set reason or age for a person requiring Personal care. We at Devoncare can provide the type of Personal care that you need. This could be a short term requirement, or an ongoing requirement. Either way Devoncare will be able to satisfy your needs. All our care packages are tailored to individual client needs and requirement. We offer care on an hourly, daily or an on going basis. Care can be specialist, or assisting with routine daily matters.

Examples of the type of Personal Care we provide include:

  • Domestic chores
  • Exercising
  • Shopping
  • Washing, toiletries and dressing
  • Meal preparation
  • Companionship
  • Transportation

Palliative care

Palliative care sometimes called "supportive care" is ongoing care for someone with a terminal illness and their family. The aim is to ensure the person enjoys as fulfilling a quality of life as possible given their circumstance. This could include, but not limited to:

  • Personal care
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, light cleaning
  • helping with washing and dressing
  • Providing psychological and emotional support
  • Help with medication
  • Support for your family and friends

Devoncare's highly experienced team will conduct an assessment in conjunction with the client, their family and relevant professionals, such as doctors, with knowledge of the client's history to better understand their needs. We will then agree a care plan. The team responsible for looking after the client would then be introduced to the client and family. We place great emphasis on compatibility, therefore we never impose a carer on a client. 

End of life care

End of life care is similar in many ways to Palliative care. The main difference is this is providing support, care and treatment for people nearing the end of life. We aim to provide help, assistance and support to both the client and there family to ensure the clients needs are met and family and friends know what to expect and are prepared. We can also get involved in directing the family to other support agencies, such as available financial support.

Devoncare has access to a range of services , that could benefit the client and family in making arrangements.

Specialisms and services

  • Personal care
  • Treatment of disease, disorder or injury
  • Caring for adults over 65 years
  • Caring for adults under 65 years

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  • Contracted and Approved Supplier
Price: Please contact us for information about our costs
Based: Plymouth
  • 26 to 64 years old
  • 65+
  • Dementia

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