Our homes are led by an experienced Nurse-led management team, and supported by a trained in-house team of Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants.
Each of our homes has a high ratio of Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants, which enables us to provide attentive care and minimise the risk of, and respond to, complications which may arise from their complex respiratory needs.
Many of our homes have in-house Physiotherapists who can carry out respiratory assessments, and advise on suction techniques, patient positioning and optimal respiratory therapy.
Our Life Skills Teams work with people to support them to adapt to life with a tracheostomy and respiratory needs, so they can continue to live a full and fulfilling life in the way they choose.
We’ve also facilitated training for family and friends to enable those with a tracheostomy or complex respiratory needs to maintain their connections and activities outside of the home.