Established in 1986, Elmar Home Care Ltd aims to provide the highest standard of care to people who require help within their own homes. Registered with the Care Quality Commission and accredited with the Social Service Departments of Bradford Metropolitan and North Yorkshire County Councils, Elmar Home Care Ltd has provided care and cleaning services over the past 30 years for many families, elderly people and convalescents and remains a family run organisation focussed on serving the Local Community.
All employees of Elmar Home Care Ltd are subjected to a rigorous recruitment process which includes Enhanced Disclosure of Barring Service Checks and a full search of the Protection of Vulnerable Adults Register. All Elmar Home Care Ltd’s Carers carry Identification Cards.
We provide care and support to a wide range of people including:
- Dementia sufferers
- People with learning difficulties
- People with nervous and mental health problems
- People with physical disabilities
- People with sensory loss / impairments
- The frail and elderly
This statement of purpose sets out our aims and objectives, philosophy of care, and the range of services we offer.
Elmar Home Care Ltd aims to provide a personal and practical service with agreed outcomes to sustain a level of independence to enable the Service User to remain in their own home. Therefore improving the quality of their life by providing agreed support in a non discriminatory way.
Will be achieved by:
- The assessment of needs being discussed with the Service User, Carer, family and representatives to develop a Care Package that accurately reflects and meets the Service User’s needs.
- Ensuring a caring, compassionate understanding of the Service User’s choices and rights.
- Ensuring consistency of care delivery by reference to care planning documentation and effective communication.
- A full Risk Assessment to ensure a safe working environment for both the Carers and Service User.
- Ensuring changes in the Service User’s needs are recognised and met by effective monitoring and communication.
- Involving the Service User, their family or their representative in all aspects of their care.
- Respecting the individual’s privacy and dignity.
- Ensuring confidentiality is maintained.
- Acknowledging and respecting individuality, including culture and religious needs of the Service User.
- To be aware of and sensitive to the needs of Service User Groups and fellow employees under the Human Rights Act 1998.