Will my carer’s home helps or companion be on time?
A care plan is an agreement that we make about the support you want to receive, and what you are expecting from that support. It helps those who are caring for you understand a little bit about you, your medical history, the things you find difficult, the day to day needs, what you want to achieve from your support and the tasks you want us to perform.
What if I Don’t Like Our Carer, Home Help, or Companion?
We aware that occasionally there may be legitimate reasons for you not to get on with your carer, it’s very natural not to get on with everyone. If this is the case please don’t hesitate to contact us, we will listen to your concerns and respond if ...
Which is best Home Care or Care Home?
Choosing where you want to live can be arduous and challenging for you and your family. Our article looks at the differences between care at home and care in a residential or nursing home. We are highlighting the benefits and drawbacks of both. We ...
Can I trust my Carers, Home help or Companion?
It is natural to be a little worried when people come into your home to work. Our promise at Premier Community is that we will do everything in our power to keep you safe. From our first telephone conversation with prospective employees, Premier ...
What is Home Care?
The sort of Home Care we offer put’s you in control of your services, and with our experience, expertise and variety of options available, we can plan the support and care exactly the way you would like it. Furthermore, adjusting your requirements ...
If I have a carer will I loose my independence?
We recognise that your independence is very precious to you, and its our first concern that you remain as self-sufficient as possible; we are not there to take your independence away, but to give it you back in as many ways as we can. You will ...