New service launched in borough to help with crucial care decisions

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A new care service has been launched for those who are facing the crucial decisions surrounding their own care or the care of relatives.
Encompass Living has been created to give support, advice and guidance  to try to ensure the best possible type of care is available and delivered.
And it starting by offering everyone who contacts Encompass Living a free assessment to identify what may be available to ensure the highest level of support.
“Whether a family member or you yourself need assistance with day to day living, or full time care we have the knowledge and networks to provide tailored, cost effective solutions that are right for your circumstances,” said a spokesperson.
Encompass Living can support you in making those important and right choices for you or your family member. This will enable you to stay in control over how your support is tailored. Encompass Living has the skills and knowledge of the local options available to help you make positive decisions, whether it’s choosing a care agency, a residential home or employing a personal assistant (carer).
Encompass Living can help you by:
 Planning care and support that will best meet your needs
 Finding the right care provider to meet your needs and preferences
 Arranging care for anyone looking to stay in a care home
 Negotiating the cost of your care and support with the provider
 Working with your care provider to address any concerns or complaints about the quality of the care you are getting
 Checking your invoices to make sure they accurately reflect the cost of the care and support against what has been provided
For full details of the services that Encompass Living can provide go to free assessment

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