Rosetta Better Living Home Care delivers support services and home care in London to people who need it most. It is our aim for our clients to continue living as independently as possible in their own homes and communities, and we support people to live their life the way they choose to.
Rosetta Home Care supports people with a wide range of health conditions that can affect many aspects of lives.
We have provided a brief overview of the conditions below. For further details about the conditions we care for with our home care in London, you can speak to one of our care experts now on 0203 291 3697.
Dementia is a common condition that affects about 800,000 people in the UK. The risk of developing dementia increases as you get older, and the condition is most prevalent in people over the age of 65.
Most people with dementia will eventually need live-in care if they are to remain in their own home. Although dementia can seem like a challenging issue to face for families, with the right professional live in care and support, the individual’s suffering from the condition can still enjoy an active, happy and fulfilling life in their own homes.
Parkinson’s disease is a condition in which parts of the brain becomes progressively damaged over many years. A person with Parkinson’s disease can also experience a wide range of other physical and psychological symptoms, including depression, constipation, problems sleeping (insomnia), loss of sense of smell (anosmia) and memory problems.
A diagnosis of Parkinson’s doesn’t necessarily mean moving out of a familiar home and into residential care, even as the disease progresses. With on-going support from a Parkinson’s care specialist, you can continue to live independently, staying in control of your life and home, close to your family and friends.
We will work with you to design a care plan built around your preferences, needs and choices and a live-in Parkinson’s care specialist can provide support for tasks that are becoming more challenging for you to do alone.
Having a stroke can change someone’s life forever. A stroke is a serious, life-threatening medical condition that occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off.
Strokes are a medical emergency and urgent treatment is essential because the sooner a person receives treatment for a stroke, the less damage is likely to happen.
Some people need to have a long period of rehabilitation before they can recover their former independence, while many will never fully recover and will need support adjusting to living with the effects of their stroke.
Around half the people who have a stroke will be dependent on some form of care for help with their daily activities. The process of rehabilitation will be specific to you, and will depend on your symptoms and how severe they are.
Research suggests that recuperating in your own home following a stroke can have a very positive effect on recovery. Working with a team of specialists including physiotherapists, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and specialist nurses and doctors, live-in carers can help individuals with everyday tasks that become more difficult, or even impossible, to do after a stroke.
Familiar surroundings can help people more easily learn or relearn skills and adapt to any physical limitations that may be present after a stroke. Living at home is highly motivational and promotes independence – two important factors for precipitating recovery.
We are able to support a wide range of specialist medical conditions through our complex care and nursing care service including:
After a stay in hospital, most people are eager to be discharged from hospital as soon as possible, so they can get back home to their familiar surroundings. Research shows that those recuperating at home recover much more quickly than they would do if they were to remain hospital.
Our post-operative care service offers an ideal solution for patients who require interim support until they are fit enough to return to their normal way life.
Our post-operative care is always tailored to a client’s individual needs and is entirely flexible and adaptable in line with their recovery progress.
If you would like to find out more about our after surgery care and home care in London.
Rosetta Better Living is able to provide round the clock palliative care for those with life threatening illnesses. Helping each individual manage their pain and any other symptoms based on their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.
Rosetta Better Living specialists are trained to provide ongoing support between visits from medical health care professionals. They can offer respite support when family members need some time out, or can simply just be there to offer reassuring support to the family at an emotionally challenging time.
Our care plans are tailored to each individual and flexible to adapt to their changing needs.
Hospital discharge is where there is a need for suitable support in place to help with rehabilitation. Very often, hospital discharge is reliant on having the appropriate level of care and support in place at home.
Rosetta Home Care is able to act quickly and work closely with you and other healthcare professionals including the discharge team – enabling a safe and prompt return to the comfort and familiarity of your own home.
A Rosetta Better Living carer can help with recuperation, convalescence and rehabilitation. Our carers will work alongside district Nurses, occupational therapists and other healthcare professionals ensuring that you build confidence and strength, day by day.
Our service can help when you have unscheduled hospital visits (e.g. a stroke or a fall) or scheduled operations such as hip replacement and major surgery.
Call 0203 291 3697 for information about how our Home Care Services can meet your needs.
If you would like more information about the conditions, we care for with our home care in London, you can speak to one of our care experts now on 0203 291 3697.
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Rosetta Better Living Home Care Services Limited
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