Careline Lifestyles (UK) LTD
Careline Lifestyles, based in the North East of England, is a leading independent provider of high quality nursing and residential care, specialising in neurological, learning and physical disabilities for persons over 18 years of age, in addition to providing nursing, residential and social care for the elderly, Established in 1986, Careline Lifestyles now operate a number of care homes throughout the North East of England and have further units under development. At Careline Lifestyles we have the experience and facilities to care and support individuals with a wide range of needs, ranging from neurological conditions, acquired brain injuries, epilepsy, memory impairment, cognitive impairment, lack of motivation, emotional problems and varying degrees of challenging behaviour. We also provide care for people who have suffered from strokes, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and Dementia as well as those who are physically and mentally frail. This list is not exhaustive, but provides an indication of the level of Careline Lifestyles expertise. We are able to provide flexible bespoke packages specific to the needs and requirements of the individual, ranging from emergency admissions to self-funded respite care. All of our facilities are contracted with the Government’s Social and Healthcare bodies to provide care. We work with people who require specialised staff support due to their complex and challenging behaviours. These may include people with: • Complex physical disabilities or needs • Multiple disabilities • Acquired brain injury • Challenging behaviour • Learning Disabilities • Autistic Spectrum Disorders Our philosophy is to provide person centred care by allocating key workers to every individual and in each case set short and long term goals and objectives with that person and their support network. Our Multi disciplinary team of trained Nurses, Behaviour Lead and Behavioural Assistants, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapist and Rehabilitation Assistants and Support Workers all strive to obtain the best possible lifestyle for individuals, providing them with daily living skills to maximise their independence with the ultimate goal, where possible, being a return to community living.
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