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Our Services

The Company That Really Cares

What we offer here at Admiral

Admiral Care provides quality individual care to each of our Clients in their own home environment. According to need we are able to provide a tailored package of care for you who can include some or all of the following:

  • Helping with personal tasks
  • helping you to prepare meals and to eat them
  • helping you to clean your home, and to do the laundry
  • helping with arranging your shopping needs, and if necessary to do the shopping
  • helping you with arranging social events in your life
  • making sure you are aware of the need to take any medicines that may have been prescribed
  • helping you to look after your pets
  • Admiral Care night care
  • key holding service
  • emergency call-out service
  • ‘back home’ service (from hospital, friends or relatives)
  • helping you with letter writing, reading and phone calls.

People for who services are provided

  • Older People
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory loss, including those with dual sensory impairment
  • People with mental health problems
  • People with learning disabilities

What Admiral Care Can’t Do

There are, however, some things Admiral Care are not allowed to do, many of these are listed below. The list is not intended to be exhaustive but to give you a clear idea of what we may not do:

  • administer medication to the Client without the Company’s prior written consent
  • become directly involved with medical or nursing care
  • handle the Client’s monies except under strictly documented conditions
  • accept food from the Client for a meal which the Care Worker would normally provide for himself/herself
  • undertake any duties other than those specified in the Care Plan, unless express authorisation is obtained from the Company and is agreed with the Client
  • smoke or consume alcohol while in the Client’s home
  • Bring other members of their family, eg children, or any other unauthorised persons into the Client’s home. Similarly, the Care Worker will not bring pets into a Client’s home
  • accept gifts or benefits from a Client
  • accept any direct payment from the Client for services rendered, and not become involved in selling any personal goods or services to the Client
  • make use of the Client’s property, eg telephone, for his/her personal use
  • carry out duties in an unoccupied house