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Frequently Asked Questions
The fees will vary depending on the type of care and accommodation required for each individual. Nursing Homes charge higher fees than residential homes because residents usually need more specialist care. Our Home Managers are happy to listen to your needs and be able to provide you with a guide on their Home’s fees. An accurate cost can be provided when we have assessed you, your friend or relative.
Our Family Liaison Managers will be able to provide you with insight into the financial implications of moving into our homes. You will be taken through all the options as you may have to fund your care. To find out more about paying for your care please contact Cathy Charles on 07867 455899 or Yvette Thornton on 07880 387324. Alternatively please follow link below:
Our Home teams are very experienced in helping people to arrange a move as smoothly and as easily as possible. We can act quickly from assessing your relative or friend, to moving in within a couple of days. Often a move will be arranged to suit the personal needs of all those involved with a new resident’s move in.
Residential care is the provision of personal care from within a care home for people who need it. This might include support with dressing, washing, and taking medicine.
- meals and accommodation
- staff available 24 hours a day
- physical and emotional support
Nursing care means that, in addition to all of the above, there is always a trained nurse on duty providing 24-hour nursing care in addition to personal care. Nursing care may need to be considered in certain circumstances - for example, if a person is very confused or very frail, has difficulties walking, other illnesses or disabilities, or continence problems.
Early symptoms of dementia will vary from person to person, but some of the most common are short term memory loss and the loss of ability to perform practical tasks, this can also result in withdrawal from work or social events. Other early symptoms are : Difficulty completing familiar tasks, problems with speech, disorientation with time and place, judgement levels decreased, forgetting where items have been placed and mood swings.
People are our most important consideration and our most important asset, therefore, we strive to attract and retain outstanding employees. In every area - operations, training, finance, administration and management – there is passion, dedication, energy and enthusiasm. Our services are built around teams of people who co-operate and support each other in order to achieve the best results for the people who use The Fremantle Trust's services. Previous experience or relevant qualifications are not always necessary as full, ongoing training is provided; what is important is for our staff to be caring, compassionate and supportive and willing to go the extra mile.
Of course, we understand that you may well have questions not covered here and we are always happy to discuss your concerns and queries.
Please call us on 01296 393000 or email us - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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