Care Connex


Complex Care

We provide  care for those with specific medical conditions or illnesses.

What is complex care?

So, what exactly is complex care? As the name implies, this sort of care is more complex, and you should only choose highly qualified complex staff who are skilled in specialised care approaches. We would advise you to be quite confident when choosing a caregiver for this purpose, and to ensure that you have backup plans in place in the event of an unforeseen circumstance.

How do our complex care services operate?

Our complex care service is a less expensive option to nursing, fully managed services, or residential care homes. We can supply individuals with profiles of highly skilled staff who can assist with a wide range of complex care requirements, allowing you or your loved one to live comfortably in their own home.

Which conditions do our complex care services accommodate?

Our self-employed carestaff and personal assistants will enable you to provide ongoing complex care on a one-to-one basis, reducing stress and disturbance for those with severe diseases. As skilled carers with complex care staff experience, we can assist people suffering from diseases such as: 

  • Spinal injuries
  • Congenital disease
  • Brain injuries
  • Degenerative conditions
  • Cerebral palsy

Our pleasant, caring network of verified care staff can offer the critical complex care and support that clients require to manage their condition and keep the lifestyle that they like.

How can a complex care assit

Our priority is to provide a responsive, specialist care-finding service that not only meets, but regularly surpasses expectations. We can assist in the placement of complex care staff for both young adults and the elderly to assist them with a variety of chores.

Here’s how they can assist:¬†

  • Home ventilation and respiratory assistance
  • Pain from head and spinal injuries
  • Tracheostomy support
  • Nasogastric feeding and gastrostomy.
  • Administration of medication
  • Management of bowel and epilepsy
  • Continence care

We work closely with individuals, families, and healthcare experts to provide direct care for you. This allows individuals to live independent, active, and satisfied lives while also having control over the care they get. As your care needs vary, you may adjust and ask us to assign you alternative caregivers to help you meet changing needs and preferences.

What are your carers going to do?

As part of your complex care arrangements, your professionally screened care staff can help you take care of your physical needs.

  • Personal hygiene
  • Meal planning
  • Household chores

But, in the long run, their companionship and capacity to give emotional support and friendship, not just to the individuals they serve but also to your family and friends, is far more significant. It is critical that everyone works together to provide the best possible care.