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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 is a provider of homecare services to private households throughout Kent and draws more than 10 years experience of providing homecare and support to people living in their own residence.

We currently provide the following care to a range of people including:

  • Elderly people
  • People living with dementia
  • People living with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory impairment
  • Adults and children with specialist needs including learning difficulties
  • People living with a mental illness
  • People living with an acquired brain injury (ABI)
  • Children and their families

WiiCare are able to provide a range of comprehensive and flexible home support packages which are specifically tailored to meet the needs of our customers and service users. Our community care services range from basic homecare – including personal care, domestic support, practical assistance and companionship – to more complex and specialist packages.

WiiCare have a long and successful track record of delivering social care, with the quality of our service playing a key role in our achievement of excellence. We always work within the guidelines of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulation, which inspect and review all adult social care services in England.

@ WiiCare we understand that finding the right care for yourself, a relative or a friend can be a daunting task. We understand that it is not something that you have to do very often and it can be difficult to know where to get the right information