Life changing conditions, illnesses and injuries have a profound effect not only on the person affected but on their supportive families. The way forward can often seem impossible, clouded by bureaucracy, legal jargon and an inability to navigate the care sector – “who is best suited to care for someone I love or placed under my responsibility?”
These are just some of the most common challenges facing families, lawyers and case management companies when working with individuals who, in prospect, face lives requiring 24/7 care or intensive support.
H1 Complex Care is a small team of highly trained individuals whose sole purpose in life is to provide the finest lifestyle outcome for you, your disabled or injured family member. With experience of supporting toddlers, teenagers and adults alike you can trust on us to be there for you!
Our extensive experience in this field enables us to assist the smooth transition of people of all ages, from hospital care to home care, Social Work referrals, or private care requests. While dealing with the many complexities associated with the management of complicated medical conditions, including the court and compensation processes which ultimately lead to the appointment of our supportive homecare teams.
H1 Complex Care meticulously screen and select our carers, as much for their positive dispositions as their experience and qualifications but you and your family will have the final say on who makes your care team.
You’ll find us at your side at every step along the way, helping you make sense of what "quality of life" means in the context of your own particular situation and with making qualified choices about the kind of care that’s most appropriate to you.
Care is always arranged on your terms. If your needs or routines change, your carer support will reflect these. And, we always provide plenty of time to consider and discuss your proposed care plan, so you can raise concerns or ask questions ahead of its implementation. You will always be in control!
You can find our latest Care Inspectorate report here.