Confidential & Proprietary
Creative Options for
Care at Home
Social Services Expo 2014
Confidential & Proprietary
Andrew Senew
Owner & Managing Director
Home Instead Senior Care, Edinburgh
Confidential & Proprietary
Independent Provider
• 1,000 independently
owned offices
worldwide
• 17 countries
• 150 offices...
Confidential & Proprietary
Choice
and
Flexibility
Confidential & Proprietary
Self
Directed
Support
• Personalised service
• Maintaining independence
• Built around client’s...
Confidential & Proprietary
SDS &
Dementia
• Time, continuity &
approach
• Home Instead’s own
City & Guilds
accredited deme...
Confidential & Proprietary
SDS
Case
Studies
• To give husband a regular break
• Daily visits to complement statutory
servi...
Confidential & Proprietary
Home Instead &
The Good Care Group
Working Collaboratively
• Joe (aged 90) has lived in his
ret...
Confidential & Proprietary
Home Instead &
The Good Care Group
Working Collaboratively
• Started taking toll on Joe’s
neigh...
Confidential & Proprietary
Home Instead &
The Good Care Group
Working Collaboratively
• Joe had to go to hospital
• Not re...
Confidential & Proprietary
Home Instead &
The Good Care Group
Working Collaboratively
• Joe able to stay in safe & familia...
Confidential & Proprietary
Home Instead &
The Good Care Group
Working Collaboratively
• Not affordable to all
• But with S...
Confidential & Proprietary
Creative Options for
Care at Home
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With SDS we’re at a crossroads in care, with the opportunity to transform the experiences of people with support needs throughout Scotland. The result should be greater choice and flexibility in what services people receive. This session shares how Home Instead Senior Care and The Good Care Group work creatively and collaboratively to help older people continue to live safely in their own homes. Contributed by: Home Instead Senior Care & The Good Care Group

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Creative options for care at home S22

  1. 1. Confidential & Proprietary Creative Options for Care at Home Social Services Expo 2014
  2. 2. Confidential & Proprietary Andrew Senew Owner & Managing Director Home Instead Senior Care, Edinburgh
  3. 3. Confidential & Proprietary Independent Provider • 1,000 independently owned offices worldwide • 17 countries • 150 offices in the UK
  4. 4. Confidential & Proprietary Choice and Flexibility
  5. 5. Confidential & Proprietary Self Directed Support • Personalised service • Maintaining independence • Built around client’s needs & expectations – “Choice, control & outcomes”
  6. 6. Confidential & Proprietary SDS & Dementia • Time, continuity & approach • Home Instead’s own City & Guilds accredited dementia care training – “Dementia Skilled” • Public Dementia Awareness Programme, including Dementia Friendly Portobello
  7. 7. Confidential & Proprietary SDS Case Studies • To give husband a regular break • Daily visits to complement statutory services • Multiple daily visits & overnights; replacing statutory services • Confidence to wash & dress herself
  8. 8. Confidential & Proprietary Home Instead & The Good Care Group Working Collaboratively • Joe (aged 90) has lived in his retirement flat for 20+ years • Mid to late stage Alzheimer’s • Supported by neighbours, statutory services & relatives commuting from Western Isles
  9. 9. Confidential & Proprietary Home Instead & The Good Care Group Working Collaboratively • Started taking toll on Joe’s neighbours and family • Home Instead supported Joe 3 to 7 days per week as required • As needs increased towards 24 hours, assisted with transition to The Good Care Group
  10. 10. Confidential & Proprietary Home Instead & The Good Care Group Working Collaboratively • Joe had to go to hospital • Not requiring live-in care, Home Instead helped with hospital visits • When Joe went home, live-in care started up again
  11. 11. Confidential & Proprietary Home Instead & The Good Care Group Working Collaboratively • Joe able to stay in safe & familiar surroundings • Family able to visit him there • Other residents haven’t lost touch • Reassured they have options too
  12. 12. Confidential & Proprietary Home Instead & The Good Care Group Working Collaboratively • Not affordable to all • But with SDS & good financial planning affordable to more than might think • 80% in residential care have dementia • Dementia mainly (67%) in community
  13. 13. Confidential & Proprietary Creative Options for Care at Home Any questions?
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