Care for young adults

At Berkeley Home Health we support many young adults between 18 and 65 who do not want the restrictions of a routine led residential setting. Instead with the provision of a live-in or visiting carer, they can have all of their health care needs met whilst living an active and fulfilled life, remaining in complete control of their choices and independence.

How Berkeley Home Health can help young adults remain independent

The flexibility of our service enables a young adult to embrace life’s opportunities, such as attend further education or take on employment. Many universities now have specially adapted halls of residence, allowing carers to attend with them. The carer will not only provide quality care, but ensure that the young adults room remains tidy, their laundry clean and dietary requirements met. They will help encourage them to lead a fulfilled and active social life accompanying them to the pub with their friends, a trip to the cinema or out for some shopping. For those who wish to gain full or part-time employment, our carers will join them at their place of work, assist with travelling to and from, and any practical, physical or administrative help that is required.

For a young adult, a carer often plays a huge part in their emotional wellbeing, striking up a friendship and mutual bond, helping them to feel confident and secure. Knowing the importance of compatible personalities, we pay particular attention to matching our young adults with a carer who shares similar interests and hobbies, to help ensure they receive a true companion - someone they feel comfortable and happy around.

Our service also provides peace of mind to the young adult’s family that they are receiving the very best possible care whilst retaining a good quality of life, living their life to the very full and remaining in complete control of their choices.

Our service for young adults

Our tailored service is adaptable to any young adult who requires live-in care or visiting care to remain independent at home, work or university. The conditions we have particular experience in are:

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Spinal or brain injuries
  • Impaired mobility
  • Long term illness
  • Early onset dementia for individuals under 65

Need further advice?

For further advice on how we can help a young adult with live-in or visiting care, please give our friendly team a call on 01252 852100 or alternatively complete the callback request at the top of the page and a member of our team will get in touch as soon as possible.

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