Is this your first experience with Home Care?
The St Jude’s Catering kitchen now occupies the former office building at Granby Court and the new office suite was found in Stavordale Road in the building formerly occupied by Betterment Properties and before that Lloyds Bank Commercial…
At St Judes Care & Catering in Weymouth, Apprentices are a fundamental part of the care team. Apprentices are earning and learning specific industry knowledge simultaneously during their apprenticeship. There are a range of different apprenticeships available within the care industry with a starting point at a Level 2 apprenticeship in Business Administration.
Choosing a care package for yourself or a loved one can be very confusing at times. Search the Internet and you will soon realise people use all sorts of terms to describe different types of care To help cut through the confusion, here are the main types of elderly care available, ranging from a full-time nursing home to just a little home help.
The concept of live-in care – where a carer lives with a loved one in their one home – as an alternative to residential care is not new. In fact St Jude’s Care has been providing such a service for many years. However, this type of care is still not really considered mainstream and it is surprising how many people are unaware of the live-in care as an option – thinking that moving into a care home means leaving home for good.
St Judes are delighted with the results of their recent Care Quality Commission inspection where they have received a rating of “Good” in all five areas of scrutiny including, safety, effectiveness, care, responsiveness and leadership.
We recently attended the Wessex FM Local Hero Awards which were held at the Weymouth & Portland Sailing Academy. We were proud to be sponsoring the Parent of the Year award. This year the award went to the amazing Linda Smith.
Moving into a care home can be a stressful experience for your loved one and often comes with a tremendous financial burden. A report published by the Live-In Care Hub contains research and evidence that proves one-to-one care provided by qualified carers in a patient's own home is often far more effective and much less costly than a move to a residential care home.
If you have care and support needs and find it difficult to look after yourself, your local authority may be able to advise you and provide you with some help.
Find out what to expect from a live in care package.
There are many options for funding long-term care. Learn more.
Do you need a Carer?
Give us a call, email or simply fill out the form on the right and one of our care specialists will get in touch as soon as they can.