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A&M Care Plan

Joining the A&M Care Plan may begin with a home visit from our care manager to discuss the type of care provision which will best suit your needs.

A Care Plan is the key document for your care. We will have assessed areas of risk and identified your needs, and this is recorded on your Care Plan. We then decide how our staff can properly meet these needs, and this forms your plan of care.

Care planning is continuously reviewed because people’s needs change, sometimes on a daily basis, and we have to respond to these changes to make sure that we are delivering the right care. We will always seek your opinions and input when developing the Care Plan, and make changes or amendments to it, to ensure that you are fully satisfied with the care you receive from us.

We also recognise the value in involving your family members, relatives and friends in your Care Plan, and we will always (with your permission) invite your family and friends to participate in the care planning process.

All types of disability assistance and support are provided by the service;

  • Learning Disabilities

  • People with Physical Disabilities

  • Elderly people

  • Personal hygiene

  • Catheter Care

  • Supervised medication

  • Existing carers who needs a break

  • Meal and food assistance

  • Night time assistance

A&M will provide practical support and personal care to adults of any age, disability, race, religion and gender.