At Four Oaks Healthcare we provide complex care support for people who need medium to long-term, continuing specialist or substantial care because of a disability or chronic illness, or following hospitalisation or long-term medical treatment.
Our senior professionals look carefully at individual needs and create a personalised tailor-made plan to give them the best possible care. Whether you are looking to change care providers or have just been given a diagnosis, you are sure to have loads of questions. We have gathered a variety of questions we are asked regularly and hope these answers can help you.
What Is Complex Care?
Complex care, continuing care or long-term care is the care required for someone with substantial healthcare needs. This could be due to a disability, a debilitating mental health condition or a chronic illness such as Huntington’s Disease or Cerebral Palsy.
It is also referred to when someone undergoes a medical procedure and there are complications, such as brain injury, muscular dystrophy or injury to the spinal cord.
If you or someone you are responsible for is suffering with any of these, then investing in complex care from a specialist is the best option as they will have the experience and understanding required to provide the very best care possible.
What Are Complex Health Care Needs?
Complex health care needs can be one or several health issues being experienced by one person. Examples of complex health care needs are:
Motor Neurone Disease
Spinal Cord Injury
Acquired Brain Injury
What Is Complex Care Management?
Complex care management is simply a tailored plan that is put together to ensure that all your complex health needs are understood and catered to.
For example, we care for people with a wide variety of disabilities and health conditions. Part of our complex care management would involve:
Ensuring we work with all the community team in place and family members who are part of the complex care package.
Creating a fully tailored intensive or long-term complex care plan for our client in their own home.
A dedicated senior case manager attends all reviews and assessments (with other professionals), implementing specialist intervention and assessments when required to make sure our clients are receiving the right level and type of support when they need it.
Ascertaining a single point of contact for each client with 24-hour-on-call support from case managers and healthcare professionals
Providing care workers and healthcare professionals to suit all clients needs.
What Do Complex Care Solutions Look Like?
This can be a difficult question to answer as each solution is dependant on the individual needs of our clients. However, here is a breakdown of how we identify what complex care solutions are needed to give you an idea of what you can expect from the process
What Our Clients Think
In our experience Four Oaks were outstanding in every way.
Perhaps the biggest single plus about Four Oaks over previous care providers is the ability to provide continuity of carer. I am convinced my mother has benefited from the stability of having the same compassionate, competent and dedicated carer for the past eight months
What Qualifications Do Our Complex Carers Have?
Our Complex Carers are subjected to a rigorous and thorough selection process, where we determine suitability based on 6 key skills/aspects:
Significant Experience within Personal Care
A Compassionate & Caring Nature
Strong Organisation Skills
Flexibility, and ‘Client First’ Availability
Excellent Communication Skills
Sensitivity to Care Recipient Needs
Four Oaks Healthcare insist on delivering an unmatched level of care, and in order to do this, we only recruit and select the most appropriate and skilled caregivers
Why choose Four Oaks Healthcare as your complex care team?
You’ll find us discreet, reliable, positive and honest in our support as we help children and adults with disabilities and health conditions achieve maximum independence in all aspects of their daily lives. Whether a client or service user needs just an hours support a day, or 24-hour live-in care, we will work with you to create the most appropriate complex care plan
Our aim is to improve the quality of life of the people we care for and their carers, by providing the best care and support services.
By providing safe and effective care we can reduce unnecessary hospital admissions, reduce the length of stay in acure units and improve end-of-life experience. We manage risk efficiently and work hard to coordinate a variety of services to look after you and your clients every step of the way, whatever their individual needs.
You’ll find we take pride in our company and our work. Our staff are loyal, committed and enthusiastic, providing warm, compassionate complex care. We firmly believe our care services are the best and continually challenge ourselves to improve every day. We actively encourage creativity and innovation throughout the teams and we’re constantly seeking new ways to improve our service to you.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange an assessment, please complete the enquiry form and a member of our specialist team will be in touch.