We are a family orientated organisation, which has encouraged the right amount of input from several generations to create a service full of care and trust that all members of the family will be more than happy with. Changes in life style can be difficult to adapt to, especially when unexpected, this can make a significant difference to your routine and way of living. We aim to support you as much as we can to provide a high quality and comfortable life and manage these changes or circumstances.
The last three generations have had the experience of working within the healthcare industry and have gained a first-hand insight into the feelings and emotions of the people that will benefit from this service most, as well as the feelings family members can experience during difficult times and the processes they may go through.
Some recurring issues found itself within the older members of our community, at times feeling vulnerable, anxious about the future and their home comforts and routine changing around them. One aspect they continued to feel particularly difficult to cope with, was going from total independence to needing help or care, we wanted to create something to support people within these times and provide people with an alternative support service.
Mother and daughter have created a service ‘Bring Me SunShine’ to help people who do not need personal or nursing care, but do need support, home help or companionship to enable them to stay comfortable, safe, happy and independent in their own home. This service is created to personally meet their needs and is structured just how they want it during a free at home assessment, you can also meet your companion at this stage.
A message from Kayleigh (Daughter)
We have spent a lot of time researching the market to ensure a trusted and great service was created for the people and families who needed it. We wanted to do something different, there are many organisations that provide a great home care service, we help those that do not need personal or nursing care, but do need support or companionship to improve their day to day life. We view our qualified and experienced staff as companions or helpers, they do not wear a uniform as we feel it creates barriers, we believe it should feel more like a friendship. This also allows a sense of discretion in public and enables a more comfortable and open relationship to be formed. From personal family experience we know sometimes it is difficult to accept the help that is needed, so providing a high quality and trusted service was key to us. My mum and I are embracing the change we are making to service users and relatives lives it is always something we wanted to do together and you can rest assured that your love one is taken care of.
A message from Susan (Mother)
We have used our knowledge and experience to provide something that is needed within our modern community to support those people, or families, who are struggling or feel lonely, this service really makes a difference. We also support local charities working for a better life for older people and support their work, we feel working together can really make a difference to getting older, as it will come to us all and we want the right support in place for people who need it most. I have worked as a nurse in hospitals and nursing homes so am fully aware of the difficult situations older people and their relatives can find themselves in, accepting help is the most difficult part but when you do it, it can change your life, we take pride in the difference we make.
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