What is the Paediatric Care?
It's best for children to be at home with their families. If you are caring for your sick or disabled child at home then we can introduce care workers that can support you, your child and the rest of your family. We will work closely with you to make sure your child has the best opportunity to be as independent as possible.
The nurses and carers we introduce to you help facilitate children's play and educational activities, assist them both in and out of the home, and help them achieve their independence and long term goals.
For young adults we can provide Introduction Care and Support servives up to the age of 25, enabling individuals to stay healthy, happy and safe in the comfort of their own homes.
The care workers we introduce to you can provide assistance inside and outside the home, including at school or college and during social activities, according to specific health, care, education and development needs of each child or young adult.
Also, the nurses or carers introduced to you by Le Temp Care can look after the personal care and health needs of children and young adults that leave hospital to heal faster at home, and the care services they provide include monitoring recovery progress and pain control, operating medical equipment such as ventilators and tubes, working closely with doctors and other health professionals.
The care services for children and young adults may be commissioned by local NHS commissioning groups, social services departments or can be funded privately.
Choose the right type of care
If you need to discuss more about the Paediatric Care, or if you want us to introduce to you a suitable carer, with the skills and experience that complement your needs and preferences, you can contact Le Temp Care on 0800 195 6647, send us an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete our enquiry form.
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