Spinal cord injuries (SCI) and neurological conditions pose a unique set of life-changing challenges to many aspects of living.
The choice of care provider, therefore, is a critically important task. At TCC, our approach is to give the client control by placing them at the centre of the process.
Once appointed we will, in conjunction with rehabilitation units and other health and social care professionals, train the team to meet clients’ specific care needs.
We can support clients who require 70+ care hours per week.
“My main concern was accepting help from someone else. I’ve always lived with my family and I’ve never had any outside support or anything”.
Watch the video (right) to see how Total Community Care has helped support Ross to do the things he wants to.
“Richard was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at the age of three. He became a wheelchair user at 12 and requires VPAP ventilation at night. Now 33, Richard lives independently in his own home thanks to the support of a 24-hour care package from Total Community Care (TCC).
Julie has over 30 years’ experience in the care sector including 18 years spinal cord injury experience, along with management of care home and domiciliary services.
Gemma has 20 years’ experience in the Health and Social Care sector. Her qualifications include a Level 4 in Health and Social Care, and a level 4 in Management. Passionate about embedding person centred values into each care package, Gemma tailors the delivery of care to meet the individual’s changing needs.
Rob has 8 years’ experience supporting clients with spinal cord injuries and neurological conditions, having studied Physiotherapy at university. He is passionate about providing flexible care for clients within their own homes so they can live an independent life the way they want to.
Selina is a registered nurse with 31 years post registration experience, having worked in the NHS and Private sector. Previously, Selina has served with Queen Alexendra`s Royal Army Nursing Corps as a Captain being posted abroad and in the UK.
Carole is a registered nurse with 29 years’ experience in a variety of fields; seven of those working within spinal and neurological care.