You may need a few hours a week or a full 24-hour live-in care service. At GoodKnight we provide home care in Wiltshire and the surrounding areas to meet your needs and situation.
We will work with you on selecting a fully trained carer who matches your needs and respects your values and dignity at all times.
All our carers our employed by GoodKnight Home Care and manged by a senior nurse with over 20 years in health and social care.
We provide the following Home Care Services in Wiltshire and surrounding area:
Whatever your reason for needing some support, whether support term or long term. One of GoodKnight’s Home Care’s trained carers will visit you at home at agreed times of the day, or in some cases will provide care over the entire 24-hour period.
Respite care is a temporary arrangement offered by our trained carers for numerous care types. It is also available for those that need extra support following an operation or illness, or while their regular carer takes a break from the demanding duties of being a full time carer.
Our place trained live -in carer who can provide support each day according to your needs. They will live with you at home, supporting with your day to day needs and focus on promoting your independence.
At GoodKnight Home Care we offer companion care in Wiltshire which keeps you or a loved one engaged in their own home and also accompany them social events, shopping or a social events.
Having a physical disability should not stop you from leading an independent life. At Goodknight Home Care our carers can support you to live the life you choose. We can help you get to work and keep on top of day-to-day living tasks or meet friends and family, college or clubs, pursue a favourite hobby.
We understand that managing the effects of such a brain injury is emotionally challenging for everyone concerned. Our carers provide high quality home support to you or a relative. We work with you to create a support and care plan to help you achieve your goals.
The support focuses on providing relief from symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness and improves quality of life. While some people receive palliative support as an inpatient in a hospice or hospital. Palliative care at home is the choice of most people, who want to stay in their home where they feel most comfortable.