Perhaps you or a loved one have decided that some extra support at home is needed to make life a little easier, more comfortable and just as importantly, help retain independence. You may already be receiving care at home but the service level no longer suits your needs, or your current Carer is no longer able to support you in a way they would like. There are lots of options out there but depending on your individual circumstances…where do you start looking for a service provider that is trust-worthy, flexible, tailored to individuals needs and has their client’s best intentions at heart?
WHAT WE DO…
Whether you're looking to arrange care at home for yourself or a loved one - we are here to help. We can also provide advice on self-directed support which is a flexible way of providing social care services, giving you more choice over the way your care and support needs are met.
As professional care suppliers we provide home care, respite, live-in and companionship for a wide range of individuals including young people, the elderly, people with physical disabilities and those with learning difficulties. We also use teams of appropriately trained staff to care for complex or specialised care needs for a wide range of conditions such as Neurological Disorders, Acquired Brain Injury, Alzheimer's, Dementia and Mental Health.
WHAT TO EXPECT…
Our teams have one aim – to deliver a range of high quality care at home services. We want to have a positive impact on your life and the lives of those close to you. At Bluebird Care we take the highest pride in the service we offer .
WORKING WITHIN THE ECF…
We both offer advice about the care provision in Scotland and the different options to consider. As members of the Edinburgh Care Forum we signpost vulnerable service users to the best professional financial advice to help them make these very important decisions in an informed, open and educated way.
Visit our website at bluebirdcare.co.uk/edinburgh
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