Assisted Home Nursing (formerly Caregivers RSA) offers a 24/7 professional, personal and compassionate home-based caring for the elderly or disabled in the comfort of their own home. Our range of services enable the elderly to retain an optimum degree of independence and dignity, thus reducing unnecessary stress for the individual and their family. Most importantly, our caregivers provide a level of companionship that prevents our customers from feeling isolated and lonely.
What are the benefits?
Assisted Home Nursing is an ideal opportunity for those with entrepreneurial spirit looking to exit the corporate world. Provides an excellent long term alternative investment opportunity with outstanding potential for returns. No medical experience necessary. Work from Home or Office.
We take care of routine tasks and simplify daily living for families in need.
What do we provide?
Marketing & Promotion
We are great believers in marketing and see ourselves as a marketing led business. However marketing activities alone do not make a successful business, rather people do. And at the core of our business is the customer, who is the focus on a day to day basis. We support the person centred approach with a number of marketing activities, such as advertising, social flyers, google networks.
In addition to this we as actively support a wide range of community groups and charities in our local areas. It’s a great way of developing contacts with other organisations involved in providing support services to the elderly.
All franchisees will have their own local marketing budget. As a Assisted Home Nursing franchisee you will get your own mini website which we can update and amend to reflect your business needs and it can be used locally for search engine optimisation to generate interest from potential clients (or their families), who are looking for quality care in your area.
Franchise Areas in Operation
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AHN's Wide Range of Services
Post-Operative - to provide care and support for people following a discharge from hospital, typically after an operation or illness. Most of our clients will leave hospital after having an operation and need someone with them to provide a wide range of care services until they recover and are able to support themselves. Rehabilitation care is a service that allows people to be able to return home rather than being transferred to a residential/nursing home or stay in hospital.
Live-in Care – Short term and Long term
Live-in care is essential for those who need 24 hour support but want to stay at home rather than moving into residential or nursing care. We provide personalised, tailored Live-in care to suit the needs, wishes and desired outcomes of the client and their family. Live-in care can come in all shapes and sizes, but the most important thing to remember is that you can tailor the service to suit the client’s needs.
Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care
Dementia is a condition that is becoming more and more common, and since we were established in 2008 we have provided a range of support tailor made for those affected by Dementia. Our Dementia and Alzheimer’s care services offers a tailored support package to those affected by these conditions. Our care assessments, staff training and customer support are designed to support those with the early stage of Dementia and those with severe Dementia.
Physical Disabilities Care
Post-Operative provides a tailored service for our clients with physical disabilities to support our clients in their daily lives. The service we provide for our clients with physical disabilities goes one step further than our competitors. The care service is specially tailored for the individual but furthermore we provide a full evaluation of your home free of charge. This evaluation can be supported by a separate occupational therapy assessment, and we will work with you to help you source equipment or adapt your home.
Personal care covers a wide range of assistance including: Personal hygiene and toileting requirements, toileting support and changing incontinence pads through to supporting clients with stoma bags and emptying catheters. Showering, bathing, strip and bed washes. Medication, such as prompting to collecting medication. Assistance with meals, preparation and making sandwiches. Dressing, helping clients to get dressed, or dress them fully if unable to so themselves.
End of Life Care
A key factor which was established in 2008 was the belief that people should have the choice to spend their time at home surrounded by family and familiarity. End of life care in the home is a service that is in increasing demand due to the ability of the care to be specifically tailored to each client’s needs. You can take great pride in providing end of life care and it is very satisfying to know that you have enabled someone to remain at home towards the end of their life.
Support at night can be a hard thing to find. It seems that very few companies provide this service but there is a market for it. There are different types of night care that are affected by the client’s level of need. Sleep-in care require a carer to sleep at the client’s property overnight but they can be disturbed during the night for a short duration of time on no more than 2 occasions. An alternative is wake-in care that requires the carer to be awake throughout the night. This would usually only be required by a client with extensive needs.
Pet care is a growing market. More and more people are choosing to keep their pets at home whilst they are away. This service is also ideal for people who work and ant the peace of mind that their pets will be walked, fed, toileted and generally checked upon whilst they are away from their property. Other additional benefits include improved security to the property by having a regular visitor whilst the client is away.
Care for Children
Child care needs can arise for a number of reasons. A parent may be recovering from an operation or illness, children may have an illness of their own, or not have family of their own. Post-operative provides services that care for, support and protect children. The overall aim of our care for children services is to provide all children with the support and opportunities that all children deserve. Working with children is very rewarding and it is a real achievement when a child finds their voice and independence.
Domestic care covers any number of day-to-day activities from preparing breakfast to loading the washing machine; from changing the bin to replacing a light bulb. Our domestic carers are trained to deal with many different household tasks, completed to the clients own preferences and personal standards. Our staff’s role for this service is to work as part of a team to maintain standards of cleanliness and hygiene within the individual’s home, whilst ensuring a safe, comfortable environment at all times.