For people who need extra support, additional help from night time carers can mean the world of difference. Without a comfortable and unbroken night’s sleep, remaining independent can become more difficult, which is why you may want to consider our night care services.

Night care services from our specialist night care team can give you and your loved ones peace of mind knowing that we are there should there be a need for assistance throughout the night.

Some of the person centred tasks provided by the service are:

  • Personal care

  • Toileting Support

  • Medication Support

  • Welfare Visits

  • Turning support

  • End of Life Support

  • Confidence & Independence support

  • Comfort for those with progressive conditions

  • ‘Specialised techniques’ e.g PEG feed, Stoma care, Catheter care

We can offer various options of flexible night care for our customers, including the following:

Choosing 100% Care take can help take the stress off caring for a loved one, we are up to the task of exceeding your expectations while you stay in control of your care and support all of the time: 

Live-in Care is a great alternative to a care home.  It allows the client to stay in the comfort and privacy of their own home while enjoying an unrivalled level of 1-2-1 support, 24 hours a day. What’s more, many people are surprised to realise that live-in care is an affordable alternative to care homes.

Combining personal care, housekeeping, and any other elements of support needed with the benefit of companionship, our live-in care service is tailored to the specific needs of the individual, while allowing them to live independently, retain their identity and maintain their mental well being and peace of mind by staying in their own home.  

If the client requires a specialist level of care or a care worker who can drive, is happy to be around pets, or shares a particular hobby or interest, we can work to find the right person for the role.  There are no worries about feeling vulnerable or alone at night, as the care worker will be there should the client need them.  

  • No need to move to a care home

  • A personal service where your unique needs are considered every step of the way, available as and when you need it - day or night

  • Fully trained, compassionate staff who respect your home and your privacy

  • A flexible service, where every day can be different

  • A wide range of care and support– personal care, housework, social activities – choice is yours

  • A proper introduction to make sure we have found the right person for you

  • Regular follow up from a  Care manager to check you are happy with our service

We can offer various options of flexible night care for our customers, including the following:  

For people who need extra support, additional help from night time carers can mean the world of difference. Without a comfortable and unbroken night’s sleep, remaining independent can become more difficult, which is why you may want to consider our night care services.

Night care services from our specialist night care team can give you and your loved ones peace of mind knowing that we are there should there be a need for assistance throughout the night.

Some of the person centred tasks provided by the service are:

  • Personal care

  • Toileting Support

  • Medication Support

  • Companionship

  • Mental Health lssues

  • End of Life Support

  • Older People - 

  • Dementia Care

  • Long Term Care

  • Complex Needs

  • Disabilities

  • Sensory Impairments

  • Mental Health Issue

  • Domestic & Shopping Services 

Schedule Planned Visits

We provide two carers to visit the clients home at pre-arranged times during the night.  The carers can visit more than once in the night depending on the needs of the individual.  This may be the best option for anyone who wakes at regular intervals during the night to change position due to injury, pressure sore, or if there is a need to administer medication at regular intervals throughout the night.  It could also be the best option for someone who wishes to go to bed at a later time than usual (past 10pm) and those who require confidence building following a recent hospital discharge or fall.  Our rates are negotiable at least to help get those who needs our services to come on board.  Money should not be barrier to a client calling for help and support of our service.

Sleeping Night

We provides one or more night time carer/s sleeping at the property for a minimum of eight hours. The carer/s will expect to get a reasonable night’s sleep but is on hand if required. This option will be best for anyone who doesn’t require regular support but may feel uncomfortable when left alone throughout the night. If the carer has to get up more than twice during the night, then it will be considered a waking night.

Waking Night

This service provides one or more night time carer remaining awake all night. Our carer/s would be on duty throughout the night and for a minimum of eight hours, but this is flexible. This may be the best option for anyone who wakes several times throughout the night needing support.  This option may also be the best support for someone who wakes at regular intervals during the night to change position due to injury, pressure sore, or if there is a need to administer medication at regular intervals throughout the night.

100% Care Services is a flexible company and if someone is waking more frequently throughout the night, we will work to adjust our service to those needs.

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Our home care service for older people is second to none,  from those who have become frail in their old age, to those with age-related illnesses, multiple care needs, or other issues, we are able to provide both simple and complex care. 

 

Our dementia care workers are chosen not only for their qualifications, but for their empathy and patience. Our dementia staff reassure clients and work with them to develop a regular daily routine, involving them in daily tasks where possible.  While it is important for our care workers to help maintain their physical health, we also work to maintain the service user's mental health as far as possible.

 

We understand that living with a long-term condition such as arthritis, diabetes, or heart disease, and can offer support in a variety of ways.  As with all of our clients, we will assess each case individually to determine the best level of care.

Our care workers will help by providing reminders to take prescribed medication, collecting prescriptions, preparing meals and other tasks which may be required.  We will also carry out a full risk assessment of each client's home, in order to minimise hazards to maintain a good level of safety.

 

Our carer workers have a vast amount of experience in caring for those with two or more disabilities with varying degrees of complexity, for example, providing spinal care support. Allowing the client a more comfortable environment than a care home, we provide intense monitoring for these service users – often including 24 hours monitoring from both care workers and other healthcare professionals.

We work with people with disabilities of all ages, and with a range of individual needs. Many people will find that juggling the care needs of a physically or mentally impaired relative with their personal and working lives tough. Our aim is to help both the client and their family members by providing a person centred level of care that is tailored to the individual, whatever their needs, with an emphasis on empowering the individual to take control of their lives.

 

All of our care workers are trained to move and handle people safely and appropriately and will help to sign post clients to sources of information about appropriate equipment if needed.

We have a wealth of experience in supporting people with sensory impairments, caring for those who are visually or hearing-impaired, or who suffer with dual sensory impairment.  Our carer workers are trained to maximise the quality of life of those living with these conditions, assessing individual needs to provide the best possible support and to minimise social isolation.

The term “mental health issues” can describe a wide range of conditions, from anxiety and depression to schizophrenia.  100% Care Services provides support to those with mild to moderate mental health problems. Our carers are highly trained in working with such conditions, providing regular home care services, reminders of regular medication and also companionship.

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