CLCA Nursing - Bespoke Homecare Services
CLCA provides care for the NHS and the community. The business was established in 2012 in Shropshire, in the West Midlands providing care across the UK.
The Company specialises its services in a wide variety of complex healthcare conditions, including acquired brain injuries, spinal injuries, neurological disorders, Dementia, Alzheimer’s and those with ventilator and gastronomy dependencies.
Our homecare services
Having complex health conditions does not mean that your quality of life should be affected. At CLCA, we tailor care packages to ensure that our clients have maximum independence and to also offer relief and support to family members.
Our dedicated team of highly qualified nurses and health care assistants have the expertise to allow clients to remain in their own home and still receive the same standard of care that they would have in a hospital or care home environment. Our staff receive on-going training and supervision to safeguard the rigorous requirements that our clients expect and deserve.
As well as providing clients with new care packages, CLCA specialises in managing failing care services. Our team can respond quickly and effectively to prevent re-admission to institutions, which can often have a detrimental effect on physical and mental conditions. We understand that when clients feel comfortable and supported, they will respond to care and treatment in a much more positive manner. This is why we endeavour to make sure our homecare services accommodate even the most complex of health conditions.
We can provide care plans for clients requiring recovery and rehabilitation support as they move from hospital to home. CLCA supports the Discharge to Assess (D2A) pathway run by NHS England and can assist with clients suffering from:
- Head injuries.
- Acute/Traumatic brain injuries.
- Spinal Cord injuries.
- Degenerative Spinal diseases.
- Long-term mental health illnesses including Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Our packages can maintain or establish support for adults, children and young people up to and including 24-hour live-in care for the following conditions and more:
- Clients requiring home ventilation through invasive methods (including tracheostomy) and non-invasive methods.
- Clients on home oxygen.
- Clients with gastrostomy.
- Clients with indwelling/suprapubic catheters.
- Clients requiring passive movements therapy.
- Clients on seizure management.
CLCA specialises in:
- Complex Care
- Recovery and Rehabilitation
- Palliative Care
- Brain Injury Care
- Spinal Injury Care
- Dementia Care
- Respite and Holiday Care
- Social Services Support
- Educational Support
How we approach homecare
We liaise fully with the client, family and medical teams. This allows us to develop a full care package that can start before Hospital Discharge to ensure the client is brought into a safe and secure environment, suitable for their needs.
The Company select applicants who will be introduced to the client and the family. The client and the family can then choose who they want to employ.
A Manager and a Lead Nurse will be assigned to look after your care. They will make an appointment to see the client and the family to further expound your personal choices and requirements. They will also explain that they will be carrying risk assessments and draw up the care plan based on the client’s clinical and personal needs.
The Manager and/or Lead Nurse will visit again to discuss the risk assessments and the care plans with you to give you the opportunity to recommend and revise as necessary.
The Manager will update the Hospital regarding what is happening during each stage and to explore further any other measure to support a smooth transition.
Who to contact
Where to go
- CLCA Nursing
11, Henry Close
Battlefield Enterprise Park
- SY1 3TJ Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)
- Service is Free
- All of our care packages are bespoke to the client's care needs and costs will be relevant to the assessment.
- Referral required
- Other notes
CLCA aim to provide home-based services to people with complex care needs and significant health conditions, long-term illnesses, injuries or disabilities. It is marketed as a company that can potentially reduce hospital stays, eliminate hospital admissions and support relatives. The Company is based on enabling people to make their own choices and to be able to live their life comfortably at home independently.