Home Care Services + live-in

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LCS offers a wealth of personal and functional care and associated domestic services to meet the needs of service user who wish to stay in their own home. LCS promotes a standard of excellence, which embraces fundamental principles of Good Care practice that is witnessed and evaluated through the practice, conduct and control of quality care in the domestic environment. 


LCS Provides

  • Respite Care.
  • Day and Waking night support staff (24 hour care support)
  • 24hr Live-in Care.
  • Palliative Care.
  • Learning Disability 
  • Dementia Care
  • Community Support


Help with daily living 

  • Personal assistance with bathing, toileting, and grooming needs.
  • Medication reminders 
  • Meal planning and preparation.
  • Budget management. 
  • Light housework, laundry, and ironing
  • Daily exercise and range of motion activities.
  • Assistance with accessing local community activities  ( gym, cinema, meals, day center etc)


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Residential care services

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Lion Care Services LTD (L.C.S) provides residential care for adults who have a learning disability, complex needs and associated challenging behaviour our service only has a small number of beds it enables us to provide a comfortable, high quality environment Our specialist care team of fully trained staff will work with each of our residents using person centred planning and approach. We provide a living environment that is similar to a typical family home.


We provide care for

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Mental Illness
  • Autistic spectrum disorder 
  • Epilepsy
  • Personality Disorder
  • Challenging Behaviour and/or Complex needs.

Finding The Right Home For You

 If you or your loved one decides to have stay in one of our care homes, you can expect a warm welcome upon arrival. You’ll be assigned a key carer who will show you and your loved one around the home and help them to settle in.We’ll work together with you to get to know your loved one and learn about them to help make their stay as comfortable and enjoyable as we can.We’ll want to discover what’s important to your loved one, and will ask questions like:


  • What are your likes and dislikes?
  • Do you have any personal routines or preferences you’d like us to know about?
  • What do you like to eat and drink?
  • When do you like to go to bed?
  • Do you have any hobbies or interests?


We want your loved one to enjoy their stay with us so we’ll get to know them so we can tailor their care to what’s most important to them.Our homes are warm and welcoming, with facilities created with you or your loved one’s needs in mind 

We’ll work together with you to get to know your loved one and learn about them to help make their stay as comfortable and enjoyable as we can.

We’ll want to discover what’s important to your loved one, and will ask questions like:


  • What are your likes and dislikes?
  • Do you have any personal routines or preferences you’d like us to know about?
  • What do you like to eat and drink?
  • When do you like to go to bed?
  • Do you have any hobbies or interests?


We want your loved one to enjoy their stay with us so we’ll get to know them so we can tailor their care to what’s most important to them.

Our homes are warm and welcoming, with facilities created with you or your loved one’s needs in mind

Core-Staff

Day

Our core staffing is one member of staff to three service users. This shared support is included in our basic package. 


Night

Our core staffing between 22:00 and 08:00 is one member of staff to three service users. Our night staff are permanent waking nights. This shared support is included in our basic package. 

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Respite Care

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Respite

Caring for a loved one can be rewarding, but it’s important for both of you that you get a bit of time off every now and then.

This is where short stay care breaks, also known as respite care, can come in useful.

 

You might want to consider short stay care if:


  • you’re planning a holiday
  • you need additional support – perhaps after feeling unwell
  • your loved one needs help to recover from an illness or operation
  • you’re considering moving your loved one into a care permanently and they’d like a trial visit
  • the person you’re caring for may feel lonely and could benefit from some time in a care home


Respite At Home

Respite care is usually short term, and provides a much-needed break for many family carers. We understand how important it is that your loved one receives the best possible in-home care while you are away. We take the time to tailor a personalised care plan for each of our clients, taking into account specific needs, daily routines, and preferences. 

Respite In Our Care Homes

 We offer respite care or day care for those usually cared for by a relative, friend or professional carer. As a carer you can relax, knowing that your relative or friend is in a safe and supportive environment, with a lovely friendly atmosphere and first-class care tailored to their needs. We also offer convalescent breaks for individuals who are well enough to leave hospital but not yet well enough to return home.

To arrange a short term stay at our home please contact a member of our team here. We are here to help you every step of the way.

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Person cENTRED Independence Plan (PCIP)

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PCIP

Our aim is for all of our service users to experience a happy, fulfilled life and to develop and maintain their highest level of independence. The needs of each individual service user are our priority and we offer opportunities to acquire new skills and build upon existing abilities. Our team of fully trained staff support each individual to progress and move on to more independent living. We see ourselves as a stepping stone to the future. That is why we developed Person Centred Independence Plan (PCIP). PCIP is a goal oriented approach to promote service users' independence.  The set goals  that govern PCIP are developed through a meeting with service user and LCS staff or Best Interest meeting with the service user social workers, occupational therapist and families.


They key areas PCIP focuses on are: 


  • Personal Care

Personal care in PCIP is built completely around the service users’ individual needs and personal routines. During initial assessments a care plan is produced which will outline goals which the service needs. These may include support with personal hygiene, keeping the room tidy, oral hygiene etc. 


  • Activity Planning (Social Inclusion)

At LCS our service users are involved in planning their daily activities, each service user will plan activities for the week with their key workers. Service users will be supported to access activities of their choosing and also be given opportunities for new experiences 


  • Meal Preparation 

Services user are supported in planning their meals weekly or daily which ever they prefer. Service user are support in making menu, shopping list and where possible are supported to go shopping using public transport for their personal items. Service user are encouraged to prepare their meals on their own. This could start with something simple as toast or cereal but can gradually develop to cooking full meals on with limited reliance of staff.


  • Use of Public Transport 

Service users will be supported to use public transport where possible. This could be a bus ride to the local shops, buses/trains for a family contact. 


  • Money Management 

All key areas that cover PIP including budgeting and money management. Service users are supported by staff to manage their finances. Service users will have supported in budgeting for their shopping, activities, bills they may have and savings