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People living with a mental illness

People living with a mental illness

Mental illness can affect anyone at any time. Difficulties may be short term following a personal trauma or crisis, or longer term needing more specialist help and support Download Information

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People that require tracheotomy care

People that require tracheotomy care

A Tracheotomy is fitted to assist breathing when the upper airway is obstructed for whatever reason

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People with sensory impairment

People with sensory impairment

Unlike physical disabilities, sensory impairments can be hard to detect. A sensory impairment can be anything that affects the five main senses; however, the most common are hearing and visual impairments.

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People living with dementia

People living with dementia

There are about 750,000 people in the UK with dementia and this is expected to double over the next 40 years. It's more likely to affect people over 65, but can affect younger people

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People living with physical disabilities

People living with physical disabilities

There are over 10 million people in the UK with a long term, impairment or disability. The most common disabilities are those that affect how you move, including how you lift and carry things.

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Elderly people

Elderly people

Elderly people About 3.5 million older people (65+) live alone.

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WiiCare…Your trusted quality homecare provider

WiiCare is a trusted quality homecare provider that offers a complete care package for people in their own homes.

WiiCare’s philosophy is to care for all its clients by:

  • Respecting their privacy
  • Promoting their independence
  • Valuing their dignity
  • Guaranteeing their rights
  • Ensuring their choice
  • Always striving for their self-fulfillment

It is also WiiCare’s aim to;

  • Provide personal and domestic assistance which allows the elderly, people with disabilities, mental health problems and dementia to remain in their own homes for as long as possible
  • Assist with the earliest possible release from hospital of acute care patient, by providing appropriate care services in the home
  • Asses each client’s needs in full consultation with the client, their family and other relevant services to provide a totally integrated package of care and support
  • Meet each individual’s needs as far as possible, with particular sensitivity to the race, religion and cultural background of each client
  • Provide clients with 24 hour care, seven days a week, tailored to suit the individual needs of that client
  • Respond to the needs of every client so as to prevent, as far as possible, the need of that client
  • Ensure that all staff are trained and supported so that they provide the high of service we demand

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