Our Services Include

Dementia

We know about the different conditions that may result in having dementia and we can assist and help individuals and family members cope with the difficulties that come with caring of loved ones with dementia.

End of Life/Palliative care

When people are approaching the end of life they face a lot of changes both physically and emotionally, we here at Your Care and Support understand that this can be a difficult time for all the family and we have caring and thoughtful carers who are able to make things as peaceful as possible.

Live-In Care

There may come a time in your lives where you will need to make a decision to receive live in care support either for yourself or a loved one. It’s important to try and keep your independence and to remain at home.

 

Home Care

Thinking about inviting a carer into your home can be worrying and we understand this, we have a committed team of people who will help you and answer all of your questions and we will be with you every step of the way.

 

Re-enablement

This is designed to help people who leave hospital to remain at home and continue independent living, we will be there to help people who may need extra help with their daily living.

Sensory Impairment

We have specialist carers who have the knowledge and abilities to work with people with sensory impairments and they are up to date with new technologies and developments to ensure the best care and support is given.

The First Step

Realising you may need some extra support either for yourself or a loved one can be a very emotional journey, sometimes trying to put it off for fear of feeling the loss of independence or simply not being willing or able to say it out loud can be a struggle, Your Care & Support understand how the initial contact can be difficult and our trained advisors are here to walk you through those first steps, you can contact us by either telephone, arrange a meeting, e mail or letter, we can offer advice on what we can offer and how to take the next steps.

Assessment Process

Once we are approached to provide a service we undertake an initial assessment meeting with a qualified field supervisor, they will complete a very comprehensive person centred care plan and assessment of any risk with detailed expected outcomes which we would then agree with our service user, family and any other health professional, this will then provide the guidance and expectations for care workers to adhere to.

Every service user is allocated regular care workers to ensure continuity at all times, the primary areas covered by staff can include:

  • Morning & Bedtime assistance
  • Support with all personal care
  • Medication support
  • Preparation of meals
  • Support with daily living
  • Light laundry, cleaning and household chores
  • 24/7 live in support
  • Social outings, Medical appointments

Quality Assurance

Your Care & Support are committed to maintaining our high quality of service to ensure we are listening and being responsive to our service we achieve this through a number of ways.

  • Initial Needs Assessment, Care Planning and Risk Assessment
  • 6 weekly review for a new care package
  • 3 monthly telephone reviews
  • 3 monthly spot checks of staff
  • 6 monthly face to face reviews
  • Completion of yearly quality questionnaires
  • Annual update of Care Needs Assessment, Care Plan and Risk assessment
  • Full involvement of the client, family members and/or representatives in all aspects of the above
  • Involvement of service users in monthly team meetings and partake in agenda items
  • Full audit of all files & compliance annually

This process allows us to obtain an in-depth view of our Service users expected outcomes, review and amend when/where necessary and monitor how they are being achieved.

Complaints & Compliments

Compliments – the good work of our care team often goes unnoticed, we at Your Care recognise the value of positive feedback, if you would like to make a compliment please contact one of our office team.

Complaints – anyone can make a complaint or raise a concern regarding any aspect of our service, this can either be verbally or written, the complaint will be logged onto our data base and where appropriate we will send out a response letter within 3 working days to acknowledge the complaint and setting out the procedure we will follow to find a resolution. Our policy is to resolve all complaints within 14 days of the complaint being received.

Your Care operates and promotes our whistle blowing policy, this is to protect all staff who may raise concerns to management regarding any forms of abuse, neglect or general poor practices.

 

Enquiries

Please contact your nearest branch for a friendly chat, on how we may help you.

Northampton
Address: Unit 8 Adams House, Northampton Science Park, Moulton Park, Northampton, NN3 6LG
Phone: 01604 434430

Suffolk
Address: The Gate House, The Old Rectory, Church Lane, Claydon, Suffolk , IP6 0EQ
Phone: 01394 617769

Norfolk
Address: 4 Manor Farm Barns, Fox Lane, Framlingham Pigot, Norwich, Norfolk NR14 7PZ
Phone: 01508 447310

Live In Care
Johnathen Sharpin
jsharpin@ycas.care
Phone: 07387090666

Bringing Care to you

Whether you have an enquiry regarding care, careers or simply wishing to give feedback, Please contact us using the details below.

Email: ggrieco@ycas.care

Telephone: 07584 906053 

Head Office address: Chiltern House, Faldo Road, Barton Le Clay, Bedfordshire, MK45 4RP