Specialised Nursing

A wide range of specialist nursing care covering long standing and often complex conditions.

We offer short term and long term nursing care and are endorsed by Skills for Care, the industry standard. SD Care is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and offer specialist nursing care for challenging conditions; end of life care (palliative), long term health conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), mental health including Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease and pain relief and rehabilitation including Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Arthritis and many other conditions.

They are always thorough, reliable

I have found the SD Care team & Field Supervisor to be extremely professional and very caring.

They are always thorough, reliable and very good at visiting my parents at regular consistent times of the day. The Field Manager has taken a lot of time to get equipment and Social Services to provide necessary extra time for my Mum’s care in particular. The Field Supervisor was very supportive and calming to me on the morning of my Mother’s death a couple of weeks ago.

SD Care are excellent at communicating any needs or concerns and keep me updated regularly on my parents conditions. Even though my Dad is now alone at home I feel reassured that he is in excellent hands with SD Care.

I would highly recommend SD Care to anyone in need of carers, they have taken away the worry and stress of having very elderly parents living in their own home and cannot thank them all enough for everything they have done & continue to do…

J P

Palliative (end of life) care

Long term conditions

Mental health

Pain relief

Palliative (end of life) Care

At SD our ethos is based on the Franciscan philosophy allowing us to be dedicated to the unique needs of each person receiving care and the belief in the value of human life in all its facets. It can be incredibly distressing to see a terminal illness affecting a person so dear to you. We provide specialist palliative nursing care support allowing dignity and compassion so everyone can make the most of the time they have with a loved one.

Our specialist care means you stay comfortable with one-to-one support whenever it is needed. That care can be part-time or full-time and include every part of your care including pain management, personal care, medication, meals and companionship.

Palliative care at home allows you to stay in the place you feel most comfortable, surrounded by memories and the people you love. With the one-to-one support from a compassionate carer who is experienced in palliative care, you can have specialist support whenever it is needed.

Just thank you

My Mum had bile duct cancer and had a few days care before she passed from D and L from your agency and a night carer. I just wanted to say they made a very traumatic time for me much easier than it would have been if I was alone and they were a great comfort to me with Covid19 complicating things. I just wanted to say thank you.

Kate B

Our nursing and care staff are trained with up to date clinical skills to help clients with debilitating long term illness. We fit into a support team alongside other professions to ensure care is optimised.

We provide essential care in the home for people living with a whole range of long term conditions, including neurological disorders, mental health, multiple sclerosis, auto-immune illnesses and palliative care. We help clients across Guildford and Surrey have had their condition for a long time, or have only recently been diagnosed. These conditions evolve over time and so does the care they need.

At SD Care we offer a wide range of home care services. Care plans need reviewing and adjusting on an ongoing basis. For degenerative neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) or motor neurone disease (MND), this means our care services need to be very flexible. This can vary from short term support to a round the clock care service.

We provide a perfect fit for your needs, that means care is provided to suit the condition, it’s progression and the team is qualified and trained to high standards to adapt to that.

Palliative (end of life) Care

At SD our ethos is based on the Franciscan philosophy allowing us to be dedicated to the unique needs of each person receiving care and the belief in the value of human life in all its facets. It can be incredibly distressing to see a terminal illness affecting a person so dear to you. We provide specialist palliative nursing care support allowing dignity and compassion so everyone can make the most of the time they have with a loved one.

Our specialist care means you stay comfortable with one-to-one support whenever it is needed. That care can be part-time or full-time and include every part of your care including pain management, personal care, medication, meals and companionship.

Palliative care at home allows you to stay in the place you feel most comfortable, surrounded by memories and the people you love. With the one-to-one support from a compassionate carer who is experienced in palliative care, you can have specialist support whenever it is needed.

Just thank you

My Mum had bile duct cancer and had a few days care before she passed from D and L from your agency and a night carer. I just wanted to say they made a very traumatic time for me much easier than it would have been if I was alone and they were a great comfort to me with Covid19 complicating things. I just wanted to say thank you.

Kate B

Complex conditions

There are many more complex conditions we provide care for and each has its own challenges. Our dedicated trained specialist care teams provide a range of services to ensure maintenance and recovery scenarios are optimised. Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease care are the most common illnesses in our care plans, but equally there are other very specific conditions. For example, stroke aftercare can be achieved at home or in a recovery facility and we cover both. We know that a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) can effect a person for the rest of their life and will also have an emotional an often physical impact on those who are closest. Our care takes into account every aspect of the condition and its forwarding effect.

We also provide specialist care and support for clients that need clinical inventions. These can vary greatly based on the ongoing condition, for example, ventilation, continence care, and bed care in many instances.

No two clients are the same

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