• Office 4, 9a High Street Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9ED
  • +44 (0) 1708987738
  • info@all4onecareservices.co.uk

Welcome to All4OneCare Services

Our care and rehabilitation services are geared at those with life-threatening or chronic illnesses, as well as those who have significant physical or mental impairments. It is possible that our supported living care will be the best solution for your loved one if their care needs cannot be addressed in their own home. The benefits of entrusting us with the care of your loved one include safety, socialising, medication help, and peace of mind. It might be difficult to make a call when faced with a similar circumstance for the first time. Then you could be helping a parent or close friend figure out what to do next.

Supported Living Care

We have developed a list of some of the advantages to think about when deciding to move into a supported living setting, given the various considerations involved in making such a decision. Despite the fact that every assisted living care facility is unique and provides its own special brand of care and amenities, we believe the following 10 advantages are crucial in setting us apart from the competition and making us the provider of choice.

  • Safety
  • Support is always at hand
  • Companionship
  • Your loved one having peace of mind.
  • Your nutritional needs are catered for in a very structured manner
  • You will be living in an impeccably clean, hygienic and the ‘feel at home’ comfort
  • Your medication needs are a priority and managed as prescribed
  • Specialist care – if you suffer from complex needs, we can help
  • Be yourself in the privacy of your own room
  • You have the choice to participate in physical and mental activities which will allow you live a healthier lifestyle
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Neurological

The services provided at our facility are tailored to the care and rehabilitation of people with a wide range of neuro-disabilities and neurological conditions, challenging behaviours and people with learning disabilities. Disease or injury to the brain or nervous system, which falls under the umbrella term of "neuro-disability," can have varying degrees of severity and progress at varying rates of impact on each individual. As a result, we adopt a person-centered approach to our work, which means we work closely with the individuals we are assisting, as well as their loved ones and healthcare providers, to tailor our services to each individual's need and ensure that they are supported via meaningful activities. We help people transition from health institutions to our care settings as we also provide long-term care for those with life-limiting conditions.


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Dementia

There are many distinct types of dementia, each of which can cause a unique set of symptoms and can take a variety of tolls on its victims over time. The impacts of dementia on a person's physical, emotional, and mental well-being can have far-reaching ramifications for all aspects of day-to-day living and can have a profound impact on a person's quality of life.

The many types of dementia, each of which can cause its sufferers to experience a specific set of symptoms and ultimately manifest itself in a particular way throughout time, The effects that it has on a person's physical, emotional, and mental health can have far-reaching repercussions for all aspects of day-to-day life and can have a domino effect.

When it comes to providing assistance and services to those who are coping with dementia, we at All4One Care Services use a person-centered approach. Our care plan is intended to satisfy all of the requirements, and it does so in a way that recognizes and honors the importance of persons. Our facility has been designed and adapted to accommodate the specific requirements of those with dementia, and they offer dementia-friendly environments that can aid in the management of symptoms like stress and anxiety while preserving the residents' dignity, privacy and respect. At the same time, we put a strong emphasis on maximizing our users' level of freedom so that they may lead happy and productive lives.


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Parkinson’s Disease

The degenerative neurological condition known as Parkinson's disease is irreversible and untreatable. It is brought on by the progressive malfunction and death of brain cells. Parkinson's disease is characterized by the loss of many nerve cells, including those important for dopamine synthesis. Consequently, patients with Parkinson's disease are typically deficient in this chemical. Parkinson's disease is often characterized by tremors, stiffness, and a slowing of movement. The progression of the disease may differ from individual to individual, but these symptoms are relatively constant. It is possible for individuals to encounter difficulties with their ability to sleep, their memory, and their mental health as the disease develops.

As a result of the fact that Parkinson's disease symptoms can vary significantly across individuals, we tailor our services to each customer we serve. We collaborate with them, their loved ones, and other healthcare professionals to develop a care plan that is individually customized to their requirements and complemented with pleasurable daily activities. By doing so, we help users in regaining or maintaining their functional independence, therefore enhancing the quality of life for those who utilize our services.


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Brain Injury and Stroke

The chance of suffering a stroke or other form of brain damage increases with age. We help people who have suffered brain damage as a result of things like car accidents, strokes, lack of oxygen (anoxic/hypoxic injuries), or even diseases like meningitis. The chance of suffering a stroke or other form of brain damage increases with age. We help people who have suffered brain damage as a result of things like car accidents, strokes, lack of oxygen (anoxic/hypoxic injuries), or even diseases like meningitis.

We stick to our person-centered approach, which means we collaborate with the people we're helping to develop a strategy for meeting their specific needs, whether they're trying to recover fully from a brain injury or stroke or are simply hoping to maintain as much of their previous level of functioning as possible. This method provides people with neurological impairments with the motivation, information, and support they need to heal and resume independent living. We are here to help folks who need to relearn how to do things like cooking, cleaning, and doing laundry feel encouraged and supported in their efforts. Therapeutic, recreational, social, and community-based activities that aid in maintaining or regaining autonomy are strongly encouraged.


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Spinal Injury and Stroke

A spinal injury can happen to anyone and at any age. Our services are available to those who have suffered a spinal cord injury as a result of an accident, disease, or degeneration (such as a tumour, a blood clot or a haemorrhage). Following a spinal injury, the wounded person and their loved ones will need to make significant changes to their physical, mental, and social life. Our staff provides care for people with a broad variety of complex care and medical needs as a result of their spinal injury. Assisting factors include:


  • Continence management
  • Physiotherapy
  • Nutrition and fluid intake
  • Pressure sore and skin management
  • Chronic pain management
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Ventilation

By encouraging freedom in thought and action and providing opportunities for personal development, our services aim to help each person realise his or her greatest potential.

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End Of Life

When a service user is at the end of life and unable to care for themselves at home or in a hospital, we make sure they are as comfortable as possible, that their wishes are carried out, and that they die with the utmost respect and honour. To ensure that both the dying person and their loved ones feel loved and supported in their final days, we tailor our compassionate end-of-life care to their specific need.

We work with general practitioners and local palliative care teams, among others, to offer the all-encompassing care that every service user deserves and to make the transition to our care facility as gentle and dignified as possible. Service users with terminal illnesses have the option of receiving palliative care from us. It's important to treat the full person, not just their physical health, which is why we pay attention to their emotional, social, and spiritual wellbeing as well. Our competent and trained staff provide palliative and end-of-life care to patients with a wide range of diagnoses, including severe stages of dementia, Parkinson's disease, and brain damage. Our approach to end of life comprises of the following:


  • Spiritual, emotional, and psychological support
  • Treatment of somatic symptoms like pain
  • Help with daily activities like bathing, dressing, and eating
  • Clinical and medical care
  • Support for close relatives and friends.

We take the time to get to know each user and honour their individual beliefs, objectives, and preferences so that they may feel that they are in charge of their treatment and are never second-guessed.

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Learning Disability

A person with a learning impairment has difficulty learning new material and maintaining their knowledge, as well as communicating and building connections with others. If a person with a learning disability cannot meet their own care requirements, either at home or with the aid of family and friends, our services may be a good fit. After moving into a supported living care facility, those with learning disabilities have access to the same personal care and housekeeping support as individuals who do not have a condition of this kind. In addition to a safe setting, each person's needs, interests, and goals are taken into account while formulating a plan of care.

Individuals can take part in a variety of programs designed to help them learn and grow in a variety of areas, including the workforce, socially, academically, and in terms of being trained to become as independent as possible. A home care worker may be able to offer the essentials, such as personal care and companionship, to a person with mild to severe learning difficulties. Someone with severe learning problems may have trouble walking, talking, hearing, and even swallowing. Care for persons with profound and numerous impairments will be stratified differently from that for those with mild, moderate, or severe learning difficulties. High-needs service users may require help with even the most fundamental of daily tasks including eating, bathing, and using the restroom.


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Respite

People who are looked for by friends and family often stay at care facility for shorter periods of time. This might be a prearranged stay while their regular caretaker is away on vacation, or an unanticipated stay due to a crisis. As the caretaker gets some much-needed rest and relaxation, the care recipient might benefit from engaging in positive social interactions with new individuals in an unfamiliar environment.


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Convalescent Care

A brief stay at our facility following medical treatment for an injury, illness, or surgery is considered recuperative care. Medications, occupational therapy, physical therapy, counselling, and rest all play a role in the recovery process made possible by convalescent care.


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Hospital Discharges

A brief stay at our facility following medical treatment for an injury, illness, or surgery is considered recuperative care. Medications, occupational therapy, physical therapy, counselling, and rest all play a role in the recovery process made possible by convalescent care. Otherwise, we are already working closely with the health care professionals in regard to planned discharges. Our aim is to make sure that our incoming service users enjoy a healthy transition thus avoiding any kind of unnecessary stress. Their family members will be part of the process so that they are reassured of the safety of their loved ones.


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Behaviours of Concern

Providing care in a safe setting for those with numerous health concerns is frequently challenging. Our care setting specialises in caring for people with behaviours of concern in an effective way. Multiple factors, including brain damage or mental illness, can contribute to concerning behaviours. The challenging behaviour may be due to the following conditions:


  • Dementia
  • Inherited illnesses or disabilities, like autism, can affect a person from birth.
  • A mental health condition, such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or personality disorders
  • A dysfunction of the brain caused by anything like a blow to the head, a tumour, bleeding, or infection
  • Stroke

Learning effective methods of dealing with stressful situations and controlling one's emotions requires the guidance of a skilled specialist. Our trained staff members work hand in hand with service users in identifying and avoiding possible behavioural triggers while also instructing them on how to cope with the negative impacts of being exposed to them.

Before considering any other options, we investigate psychological strategies for diverting attention. To help people live fulfilling lives and fully engage in society without being held back by their behaviour, our approach to supporting positive behaviour focuses on minimizing the occurrence and severity of negative manners. Through individualised, flexible, and user-friendly engagement, we help our customers gain trust and speed up the adoption of effective treatment plans. Users with behavioural issues might benefit greatly from careful preparation and participation in purposeful activities.