Nursing Care has the ability to change a person’s quality of life. From supporting an individual with everyday tasks to administering around-the-clock medication, Nursing Care is designed to provide medical care for those who are unable to live independently due to complex medical conditions that require a team of healthcare professionals to be on hand 24 hours a day.
Nursing Care is type of care provided in nursing homes and often in care homes, and is designed to provide physical and emotional support to an individual and allow them to enjoy a higher quality of life with the support of qualified nurses.
Nursing Care is often self-funded, however in certain circumstances, NHS funded nursing care may be available to individuals following a care needs assessment. This is carried out by your local Integrated Care Board (ICB) so it’s recommended you get in touch with them to find out more.
Who is Nursing Care Suitable for?
Nursing Care is suitable for those who need intensive rehabilitative care following an injury, those with physical disabilities, those who are diagnosed with long-term health conditions, critical illnesses as well as palliative care. This care service is also a great solution for those who need intensive rehabilitative care, following an injury or illness.
Nursing Care for Rehabilitation:
Convalescence Care and short-term stays are available to help with recovery and rehabilitation. When recovering from an injury it may not be safe to go straight home. Having 24-hour support from a registered nurse can help aid an effective and efficient recovery process and help the transition from hospital to home.
Nursing Care for Physical Disabilities:
Physical disabilities can result in reduced mobility, and can therefore limit what people are able to do around home and personal tasks, such as self-care and hygiene. Physical disabilities can affect any individual at any age.
For elderly who are suffering from a physical disability, old age can bring added complications. Whether an individual has mobility issues or suffers from a condition such as arthritis, day-to-day living can become increasingly difficult. When someone becomes less capable of looking after themselves in their own home, nursing care is the most appropriate form of care to utilise.
Nursing Care for Long-Term Health Issues:
Elderly people and those who suffer from chronic illnesses may find that they need help with daily tasks such as washing, cooking or dressing. This type of non-medical support often known as ‘personal care’ is given alongside medical care to ensure overall well-being.
Nursing Care for Palliative Care:
Palliative Care is specialised medical care for people living with a serious illness such as cancer or heart failure. This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness as well as providing support for family members.
Nursing Care at Tŷ Llandaff Care Home
Our care home in Pontcanna is facilitated with everything a resident with a health issue and/or disability needs to support them with their daily tasks, and our team of district nurses are committed to providing high-quality medical and personal care.
Nursing Care is available to our residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our highly skilled and attentive team can care for those with more demanding needs, such as physical disabilities, long-term health problems or end-of-life care.
Here at Tŷ Llandaff, we have the capability to support the following:
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Post-Operative Care at Tŷ Llandaff:
Tŷ Llandaff Care Home specialises in Post-operative Care. This type of care is designed to bring peace of mind to individuals being discharged from hospital and who require a dedicated recovery period. Our home is the ideal environment in which post-operative patients can stay in an all-inclusive, luxury setting where they receive around-the-clock care from a professional care team. Each resident has a unique care plan created for them which enables us to provide tailored care.
Once utilising our services, residents are able to seamlessly transition from Respite Care (a minimum of 4 weeks), to full-time nursing care if required. We often see residents move from respite care to permanent nursing care following an initial stay at our home, and we enjoy watching those residents settle quickly into a place where they can live comfortably long-term.
A Dedicated Team at Tŷ Llandaff:
Tŷ Llandaff Care Home offers exceptional nursing care in a luxury yet welcoming setting. We strive to assist each individual in realising their full potential, allowing them to live a happy and comfortable life.
We are committed to providing the care and support required to each resident. We have invested in all of the latest care and accessibility equipment, in order to provide first-class standards of healthcare as well as continually investing in training for our staff.
We proudly work with local hospitals to receive on-going training on treatments oxygen therapy and syringe driver training. Local hospitals we work closely with include:
We strive to provide a home-from-home experience where residents feel loved, well-cared for and motivated to make the most of every day. Should you have any questions regarding nursing care or life at Tŷ Llandaff, we welcome you to get in touch with our friendly team.