For many parents having their child cared for at home whether they have a long-term illness, condition, disability or sensory impairment means they can be part of their family. It allows the infant or child to have a greater sense of normality and freedom.
As young people grow, they want to explore, have fun and spend time with other people outside of the family. Having complex health needs can make this more challenging but with some forward planning anything is possible.
Most adults with complex care needs want to live at home whether that is with family or independently in their own home.
We work closely with many organisations including Commissioning Groups, local authorities, brokers, case managers, health professionals, insurance firms and solicitors to provide public-funded and privately funded care for people with complex care needs.
We are trusted by private clients and their families and organisations including case managers, solicitors including Court of Protection Deputies, local authorities, and ICBs (Integrated Care Boards)
Our nurse-led care complex care services cover a wide spectrum of conditions. Our aim is to help our service users and their families enjoy the best quality of life possible at home. Most of the people we support have either suffered some kind of trauma (at birth or an accident), have a genetic, degenerative disorder or learning disability. Common conditions we work with include:
Ocean Healthcare provides nurse-led care services for people with complex needs.See above for the specialist care services we provide. Most of the care we provide is not less than 4 hours per day and is often 24/7.
Domiciliary care services are often more appropriate for people with less complex needs who may only require short visits. Homecare.co.uk is a useful website for finding the right kind of care for you in your area.
We have offices based in Paignton, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Exeter and Barnstaple. From here we provide care services throughout Devon and into Cornwall and Somerset.