Conditions we care for
We are here for you, providing the expert care you need
Certain conditions need specialists to give the right care
Whether it’s an illness, a life-changing injury or a condition that has existed since birth, Christies Care has the expertise and experience to give you the care you need to live your life as independently as possible, in the comforting surroundings of your own home.
All our carers go through extensive initial training so they are able to help with a range of conditions, and we also give them regular supplementary training to ensure they are fully up to date with the latest techniques and advances.
Just as importantly, we always look at the person, not the condition. We work to bring enjoyment into people’s lives, helping them keep the things that are valuable to them, and treating them with compassion, dignity and respect.
General Age-Related Needs
Christies Care has over thirty years experience providing the support needed to deal effectively with the various challenges of ageing.
We are able to provide high quality dementia home care services that support a range of conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.
Regaining independence is key to recovering from a stroke, and there is nowhere better to achieve this than in the comfort of your own home.
Our home carers are ‘enablers’ in the fullest sense. Our underlying philosophy is that all carers should assert their clients’ dignity and independence.
We provide some of the best carers in the country to support MS sufferers so clients can continue to live well in the comfort of their own home.
With the right care support it is perfectly possible to continue to live a full and productive life in the familiar surroundings of your own home.
We provide expert care for people aged over 18 with learning disabilities, to enable them to enjoy independence, freedom and choice.
Our home carers provide the vital physical and emotional support needed to help clients and their families adjust and adapt their lives around their injury.