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Our Services

We Provide Care for All Ages

Children aged 0-18 

• Adults aged 18-65

• Older Adults aged 65+

• Mental Health

• Physical Disability

• Dementia

• Sensory Impairment

• Learning Difficulties and Autistic Disorder

Infants and Children

For many parents having their child receive care at home whether they have a long-term illness, condition, disability or sensory impairment means they can be part of their family. It allows the infant or child to have a greater sense of normality and freedom.

Our Approach

We always put every child at the centre of everything we do and consider all aspects of their care not just the needs of their condition. A child’s care plan will change frequently as they grow and their medical or social needs change. We will hold regular reviews to ensure that their care plan is adapted to meet these needs.

Young People

As young people grow, they want to explore, have fun and spend time with other people outside of the family.  Having complex health needs can make this more challenging. However, this can be  made possible with some forward planning.


Our Approach

We focus on not just a young person’s medical needs but also their educational, social and emotional requirements.  We support them as they move through their teenage years and onto becoming adults and to achieving greater independence. Their care plans will be continually adapted as they transition and begin their journey of becoming adults and potentially living independently.

Adults and Elderly Service Users

Most adults want to live at home whether that is with family or independently in their own home.

Our Approach

We always put the person at the centre of everything we do and ensure every service user has their own personalised care plans.  Our care teams liaise closely with the individual, their healthcare professionals and where appropriate their family to ensure that they receive the right care.   

Whether you’re looking for daily homecare, a specialised end-of-life care package, support for a loved one living with dementia, or simply a helping hand when returning home from hospital – Anksley Care and Support can provide the type of care you need to meet your individual needs.

Some of the services we provide are:

Personal care home nurse

Support With Daily Living Activities such as:

Getting up in the morning or going to bed at night.

Washing and dressing.

Continence care/toileting while maintaining your dignity. 

Shopping and meal preparation.

Support with eating and drinking


Support with mobility

Cleaning the house/Laundry

End of Life Care for Children and Adults

We have specially trained end of life nurses and carers for people who want to be at home for the final days and weeks of their lives.  This can include support with 24-hour care, 7 days a week or shift care for days or nights to give family carers a break. Our team can also provide Hospital discharge support.  All our services enable daily living and medication support.

The support we provide in our business

Disability or Mobility Support

Caring for patients with mobility issues presents a unique set of challenges.  These challenges can be as a result of an injury, a chronic condition like muscular dystrophy or Parkinson’s, an amputation or the kind of limited mobility that comes with old age. Support includes:

  • Assisting with moving around the home and in and out of bed.

  • Personal care.

  • Assisting with feeding.

  • Helping them get out and exercise.

  • Supporting attendance to work and joining with social and community activities.

Gastrostomy and Tube Feeding Support

 We provide care and support for individuals who require enteral feeding. Nutrition and feeding techniques (including dysphagia management), care and support with a PEG or Nasogastric feeding tube in situ and Service Users with Dysphagia are managed and supported safely and receive adequate nutrition. We have experience of caring for people with different types of feeding tubes including:

  • Nasogastric tube feeding

  • Jejunostomy tube

  • Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG)

  • Gastrojejunostomy 

  • Button gastrostomy (more frequently used in children)

Dementia and Mental Healthcare

Our team understands that caring for someone who has a mental health condition can be demanding, challenging and yet greatly rewarding.

Providing care to someone in their own home, or if they live with loved ones, can make the process of coping with a mental illness of condition that much easier.


home care assistant
airway management

Airway Management

We provide care for people who have special airway management needs. This includes support for those living with a tracheostomy through to those whose airway is maintained on a mechanical ventilator.

Our nurse-led care teams have received specialist training in tube fitting, tracheostomy hygiene and emergency care, and can undertake the following care at home:

  • Tracheostomy care.

  • Ventilator (BiPAP/CPAP)

  • Administration of oxygen

  • Saturation monitoring

  • Suctioning

  • Ambu-bagging.

  • Chest percussion

Acquired Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injuries

Damage to the brain or spinal cord will typically result in physical disability but can also sometimes affect their behaviour, personality and cognitive abilities.  Therefore, each individual’s needs greatly vary and so too will the level of care and support they need.

A brain injury occurs from an incident or accident that has resulted in one or more areas of the brain being damaged, resulting in learning disabilities or loss of cognition. This in turn can have an impact on physical movement and daily living skills.

The care that may be needed could include assistance with personal care, prompting and assisting with daily tasks which they could independently do before the injury. Some clients may have a client-specific daily routine or therapy programme that they need to follow.

Degenerative or Congenital Conditions

Living with a chronic condition, whether degenerative or congenital requires one’s care to be adapted as the condition progresses and changes over time. Getting the right care and support to see you through those changes can make all the difference. Some of conditions include:

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Muscular Dystrophy

  • Huntington’s Disease

  • Friedreich Ataxia

  • Marfane Syndrome Disease.

  • Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

  • Cerebral Palsy

Companionship between a patient and nurse

Urinary or Bowel Continence

 At Anksley Care and Support we provide care for people of all ages with bladder and bowel conditions.  Continence needs can vary greatly depending on the medical conditions and the person’s level of independence.  This includes support with catheter and stoma care and management of incontinence and constipation. Our nurse-led teams are also trained to detect early signs of potential complications such as autonomic dysreflexia as well as providing specialist skills such as digital stimulation as required.

Other Services We Provide

  • Live-in Care - 24 hour care with organised breaks.

  • Respite Care - Relief for family to take a break from their caring duties.

  • Home from Hospital Support - Support with settling back at home after discharge from hospital.

  • Companionship - Ensuring support is provided by a trusted familiar  face while supporting you with companionship in your home or accessing activities in the community.

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