Epilepsy care can be provided by our dedicated care team in a number of ways and may include:
providing help with everyday in-home care tasks such as personal care, dressing, preparing meals and cooking;
shopping or other external activities such as going to the cinema, or gym.
Tailored epilepsy care plan
Care Matters enables people with epilepsy and other associated complications, to retain their independence and maintain a positive lifestyle in the comfort of the home. Every person who has epilepsy is affected in different ways so our care plan for you or your loved one, must also be completely unique and tailored to the individual’s needs.
Our care services are nursing team led and regularly reviewed by our Clinical Lead Nurse. We deliver all Epilepsy training to our selected carers in-house.
"To the Care Matters team, you are wonderful! With my grateful thanks for the kind and helpful way you cared for Stuart. You all helped ease a very difficult situation."
CQC Inspection Report, Darlington Office, 4th February 2019
"They make me feel special, they never say no. If they can do it, they will. They go above and beyond, this Company is one of the best."
CQC Inspection Report, Stockton Office, 22nd Feb 2019
Taking medication to manage epilepsy can be a key priority in terms of care provision.
Our specialist care teams can offer help or reminders to take medication.Our complex carers are trained to give the best possible support in terms advice, encouragement or supervision, enabling you or your loved one, to manage epilepsy effectively.
"Care Matters provided a personalised service that matched each person’s individual needs"
CQC Inspection Report, Darlington Office, 4th Feb 2019
"Staff displayed caring attitudes towards people and understood the importance of maintaining people's dignity"CQC Inspection Report, Stockton Office, 22nd Feb 2019