Home Care Services

Complex care

Complex care, also known as long-term care or continuing care, is given to patients with significant, continuing healthcare issues such as chronic illness and disabilities that can arise after receiving hospital treatment. These health care issues could include but not limited to brain damage, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, ventilators, Epilepsy, Severe Learning Disabilities and Gastrostomy feed needs such as PEG

Falcon-Care provides care at home to help you manage complex health and medical conditions. Complex, terminal, life-limiting or specialist medical conditions require more intensive care and support if you, or a loved one, wish to remain at home. Access to specialist care provides a valuable service to help support independent living for you, or a loved one.

Here at Falcon-Care we use a person-centred approach to build a care programme that is tailored to your individual care needs. We will work closely with your GP practice, community health teams and hospital consultant to ensure a continuity of care in your home.

Our aim at Falcon-Care is to help you, or a loved one, remain at home and to live a full life. It is important to us that our care programmes are tailored to both your medical needs and support your emotional well-being.

Please contact Falcon-Care today to learn how we can support you and your loved one.

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Falcon-Care were amazing in my time of need, they took the pressure of looking after my Dad away so I could spend quality time with him.

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Our friendly and experienced team is here to help you and your family make sense of the options available to you. We will help you every step of the way.

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The care staff that looked after my Mum made me feel at ease when they were there, I was never made to feel like I was in the way, they were very kind and supportive.

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