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  • End of Life, Palliative Care
    • End of Life, Palliative Care Centres offer compassionate care for the chronically and terminally ill with great emphasis on improving quality of life. Clinically, it is focuses on control of pain and symptoms and adopts specialist approaches to the individual, family, carers and friends and extends to bereavement and grief. All The Czajka Care Group Nursing Homes offer End of Life and Palliative Care[...]

  • Day Care
    • Day Care Services are intended for those who have been assessed as being frail or at risk and prefer to continue living at home but need some support during the day. The service enables the individual to participate in a range of activities as well as receiving personal care, tasks including bathing, hairdressing, chiropody etc., whilst also allowing carers to take a break from carrying out their tasks.[...]

  • Convalescent Care
    • Convalescent care provides a period of recuperation and rest following a severe illness or surgery. It gives people a chance to recover with a combination of rest, good nutrition, good care and gentle exercise and reduces the likelihood of further hospital admission. We provide convalescent care at all of our care homes. For further information please click on 'Our Services' and find the Convalescent[...]

  • Respite and Short Breaks
    • Caring for a dependent is often very rewarding and sometimes the only way for some to attain peace of mind. However, it is important for carers to receive some time off, not only for the carer's own health and well being, but also for a change of scenery and a break of routine. The Czajka Care Group offers Respite Care and short breaks at all our Nursing and Residential Care Homes as well as providing[...]

  • Rehabilitation and Intermediate Care
    • Rehabilitation and Intermediate Care Services bridge the gap between hospital and home. This is in order to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions whilst ensuring people who do not need to remain in hospital can still receive support and rehabilitation. The Rehabilitation and Intermediate Care Service (RICS) provides assessment, treatment solutions, rehabilitation plans and support to frail, older[...]

  • Dementia Care
    • Dementia Care is provided within specialist homes which offer environments adapted to meet the needs of residents with Dementia. At The Czajka Care Group, we pride ourselves on employing well trained staff with experience specialised to meeting the needs of all our residents and this is no less true than that of our Dementia Care Services. We are dedicated to respecting the privacy, dignity, autonomy[...]

  • Young Adults (18-65) with Physical Disabilities
    • Nursing homes registered to care for people with physical disabilities provide specialist nursing care to people who are unable to live in their own homes. The term 'young' refers to any person from the age of 18 years upwards. The accommodation provides adaptations, facilities and equipment to enable people to maintain as much independence as possible and provides specially trained staff, including[...]

  • Specialist Care
    • Some care homes provide specialist care for specific conditions, such as dementia, Huntington's disease, Multiple Sclerosis. Many people with these conditions choose to live in general nursing homes as they can often provide the facilities and 24 hours care and support the person needs from Registered Nurses please see: Nursing Homes for further details.

  • Nursing Homes
    • Nursing homes offer accommodation, personal support and expert nursing care 24 hours a day from qualified registered nurses for people with a wide range of conditions . Please see: Nursing Care for further details about our nursing homes.

  • Residential Homes
    • Residential homes provide accommodation, meals and personal care and support to people who are unable to manage at home. Many residential homes also provide care for short breaks or respite periods to give carers a break or help people recover from a period of illness or hospitalisation. Please see: Brookfield Care Home for further details.