Care Services in Hull and East Riding
At Caremark Hull and East Riding, our mission is to provide high-quality care to you or your loved one and we offer a range of carefully tailored services in the Hull and East Riding area.
You can trust us to go the extra mile, ensuring that your loved ones receive the care, attention and assistance they deserve. Our compassionate Care Assistants are extensively trained, experienced, and dedicated to delivering person-centered care with utmost professionalism and empathy.
When you choose Caremark Hull and East Riding, you’re choosing a partner who genuinely cares. We are here to support you and your family every step of the way, providing peace of mind by making a positive difference in the lives of those we serve.
Huntington’s disease is a genetic disorder that affects the brain, leading to progressive motor, cognitive, and psychiatric symptoms. In-home care can be important for individuals with Huntington’s disease who require assistance with activities of daily living or who need 24-hour care. This may include home health aides, skilled nursing care, and respite care for care assistants.
Motor Neuron Disease Care
Motor Neuron Disease (MND), also known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects the motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord, leading to muscle weakness and wasting. Our specialised in-home care can be important for individuals with MND who require assistance with activities of daily living or who need 24-hour care. This may include home health aides, skilled nursing care, and respite care for care assistants.
Effective learning disability care involves creating a supportive environment that is tailored to the specific needs of the individual. This can include providing assistance with daily living tasks, such as personal hygiene, meal preparation, and medication management. It can also involve providing educational support, such as tutoring or specialised teaching methods. In addition, learning disability care may involve providing emotional support and helping individuals with learning disabilities to develop their social skills and maintain positive relationships with others.
If you are the primary care assistant for your loved one then our respite care services can give you a much-needed pause. We can help you to replenish your spirits and tend to your own well-being – all with the peace of mind of knowing that your loved one is in the very best of care. We will be that helping hand to allow you to take a step back, knowing your loved one is in capable and compassionate hands.
With our respite care, we provide temporary relief that can make a world of difference. The duration and frequency of this invaluable support are entirely tailored to suit the unique circumstances of both the care assistant and the individual receiving care.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
At Caremark Hull and East Riding, we understand the challenges faced by individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our dedicated Alzheimer’s and dementia care services offer a sanctuary of compassion, where individuals are treated with unwavering dignity and respect. From personalised assistance with daily activities to meticulous medication management and vigilant supervision, we create a safe and nurturing environment. Trust us to provide exceptional care for your loved ones, enabling them to live their lives to the fullest.
End of Life and Palliative Care
End-of-life and palliative care are specialised care services designed for individuals with serious illnesses or conditions that are unlikely to be cured and have a limited life expectancy. These services are focused on providing comfort, relief of pain, and supportive care for the person and their family members.
Neurological and Brain Injury
Neurological care refers to specialised care services designed for individuals with disorders or conditions that affect the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. These conditions can include Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and stroke, among others. Neurological care can help individuals with these conditions to maintain their independence, manage their symptoms, and improve their overall quality of life.
Physical disability care can be a valuable resource for individuals with physical disabilities and their families, providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals to live with dignity and respect, and helping them to maintain their independence and improve their quality of life. The goal of physical disability care is to help individuals with physical disabilities overcome the barriers and challenges they face, and to promote their physical, emotional, and social well-being.
Spinal injury care is a specialised type of care designed to support individuals who have suffered damage to their spinal cord. Spinal injury care can help individuals with spinal injuries manage their symptoms, maximize their independence, and improve their overall quality of life.
Children’s care services
Children’s care services are specialised services designed to support the health, well-being, and development of children. Children’s care services are essential to promoting the health, well-being, and development of children, and helping them to reach their full potential.
Stroke care is a type of care that focuses on helping individuals who have suffered a stroke, a medical emergency that occurs when the blood flow to the brain is interrupted or reduced. Stroke care may involve a range of medical and rehabilitation interventions to help individuals recover from the effects of the stroke and prevent further complications.
Acquired Brain Injury
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) care is a type of care that focuses on supporting individuals who have experienced damage to the brain as a result of a traumatic injury, infection, or other medical condition. ABI care typically involves a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, including neurologists, rehabilitation specialists, social workers, and mental health professionals.
Companionship care is a type of care that focuses on providing social and emotional support for individuals who may be isolated or lonely, and who may require assistance with daily living tasks.
Reablement care is a type of short-term care that focuses on helping individuals regain independence and improve their functional abilities following an illness, injury, or surgery. The goal of reablement care is to support individuals in achieving their maximum potential for independence and to reduce their reliance on long-term care services.