Our experienced team at Stayathome enable clients across Truro and the Roseland Peninsula to remain in their own homes and to participate in their local communities. We support individuals in a variety of ways, from cooking and cleaning through to personal care, social companionship and assisted living.
Our care packages are tailored to our clients’ unique needs. We offer short visits, longer sit-ins, overnight stays and 24-hour care. Additional holiday and one-off support packages are also available.
Our care packages have been designed to support children with physical, sensory, learning and/or complex care needs. Our friendly staff provide healthcare, complex medical assistance and play provisions, enabling children to reach their full potential.
Our Stayathome paediatric nurses will undertake an assessment of your child’s needs, in order to develop a tailored care plan. The planning process includes a full risk assessment in your home to build a personalised package, catering to both individual and familial needs.
In addition to our paediatric and elder care services, Stayathome provides additional assistance to people with physical and/or learning disabilities.
Our aim is to offer a range of care and support to clients, enabling individuals to enjoy a comfortable and active lifestyle at home.
We provide support with daily living skills and healthcare management, in addition to developing social and emotional skills.
A Taskforce Rapid Response Team, New to 2022, this pioneering service was conceived from the NHS crisis and the need to move recuperating patients from hospital to home, with a comprehensive care package and support.
Offering short term, hospital discharge service, providing regulated, in-home care and support across the breadth of Cornwall, to a wide range of ages and needs, enabling people to live as independently as possible in their communities upon discharge from local Hospital Trusts.
Our holistic approach ensures flexibility in our care packages, enabling us to adapt to each patient and their family’s unique needs. Being part of the Stayathome Family, The Taskforce team is also regulated by the Care Quality Commission – the independent regulator of health and social care in England.
One of the biggest challenges currently facing health and social care, is that of patients admitted to Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust (RCHT/Treliske) who improve enough to no longer need an emergency hospital bed, Yet not be quite ready to cope at home on their own. Many of us will be aware of the concept of “blocked beds” from social media, and the impact this is having on the NHS.
CHAOS have teamed up with RCHT and Cornwall’s Social Care organisations to respond to this need. Penhallow, a popular hotel and restaurant near Goonhavern, have kindly stepped forward and we can now offer a Stepdown Home for patients not yet ready to be discharged directly home.
Here our guests benefit from comfortable, private en-suite rooms. These have been kitted out with input from HSE, physiotherapists and occupational therapists, whilst maintaining a homely feel. Though there are 24hr staff to assist and advise, all guests are encouraged to make use of a fully kitted out kitchen, the sheltered garden and take part in the varied activities happening in one of the numerous communal areas within the home. The intention is that our guests can regain skills and confidence, whilst benefiting from the support of our nursing and care staff, along with visiting physios, occupational health practitioners and local GPs as needed. Their stay can be anywhere up to 28 days, the goal being that by this point they will be fully prepared and confident to return to their own home.