Whatever your circumstances we can offer a service tailored to meet your individual needs:
Gabriel’s Angels recognise that living with a long term condition and suffering from a lack of independence can be extremely challenging; indeed many fear that their only option is to move into a nursing or residential care home. We are able to provide a range of professionals with the right skills for your complex care requirements to support you to remain living in your own home.
Examples of these are here:
24-hour Live-in Care
Physical or learning disability
Degenerative conditions with on-going and changing needs e.g. Motor Neuron Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease
Our fully trained professionals are able to support you with a range of conditions including nasogastric feeding, gastrostomy feeding, administering medication via specialized techniques if required, and bowel and catheter management. We will ensure that our healthcare professionals are matched as closely as possible to your requirements ensuring that a detailed personal care plan will meet them. This will be reviewed regularly and updated if necessary thereby ensuring that we adapt our care to meet your needs.We work in close partnership with your family and other healthcare professionals to ensure you receive consistently high quality care.
Gabriel’s Angels Palliative Care Service supports those who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, whether that is terminal or curable, who wish to remain living in the comfort of their own homes. This service can be provided at all possible stages of illness, including pre-diagnosis, diagnosis, treatment, cure, death and bereavement.
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The main objective of this service is to achieve the best quality of life for you, as well as your family. We understand that your family and friends may have strong feelings about your condition and it may be difficult for you to express your feelings for fear of upsetting them. We can help you and your loved ones to discuss your feelings and provide extra support, should your loved ones need to take a break. In addition, we can provide support through periods of bereavement.
Caring for someone with a long-term condition or illness can last for a short period of time or can continue for many years. In the initial stages of your diagnosis, our carers can assist you when attending hospital appointments, being there to support you when you receive good or bad news, and supporting you every step of the way through the stages that follow.
We are able to provide support following treatments for your illness and can provide a wide range of services to ensure you are comfortable and are able to remain as active as possible, this includes personal care, social companionship and complex care. Should you require additional specialised treatment in your home towards the end of your life i.e. subcutaneous pump or PEG feed, medications to be administered by specialized techniques or subcutaneously, our carers are trained in this area to allow continuity of care for you. This can be provided at intervals to suit your convenience.