A home care provider based in Dorset is set to launch of a new ‘concierge’ service in a bid to redefine the future of care in the home.
Liberty Private Care says the new bespoke service, to be launched next month, will offer a service “similar to a top hotel”.
The service aims to bridge the gap between nursing and social care, and is designed to help people with physical, sensory and mental health problems.
Andrew Key, managing director of the Christchurch-based firm said: “Liberty Private Care has the overriding aim of helping our clients and their families live as full and independent lives as possible.
“Our clients expect the highest standards in all aspects of our work and in the way we conduct ourselves.
“Our desire to build a business built on this ethos, setting a benchmark as leaders in the private care sector, is supported by more than 50 combined years of professional experience and expertise, having won and been nominated for awards and gaining a top level professional care accreditation such as the Six Steps End of Life Partnership.
“We are here to support you or your family with a concierge style service similar to a top hotel, releasing you from some of the day-to-day stresses of managing health and social care.”
The new service will provide personal care, health care, wheelchair-accessible transport, household assistance and the ability to attend medical and social appointments.
It will be led by qualified nurses and carers in the Dorset and Hampshire area, with costs starting at £30 an hour.
Liberty Private Care also has a wheelchair-accessible vehicle driven by a dedicated carer, to take clients to health appointments, providing support throughout the appointment and returning them home.