Unified Care

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Working with Unified Care

“Dignity is concerned with how people feel, think and behave in relation to the worth of value of themselves and others. To treat someone with dignity is to treat them as a being of worth, in a way that is respectful of them as valued individuals.”

Royal College of Nursing, 2008

Dignity for people with learning disabilities or mental health issues often involves what other people may take for granted – asking the person what they want, what support they need and including the individual at all stages of the care planning process. This may involve taking more time to prepare and using alternative or additional methods of communication, such as the use of pictures and symbols.

Unified Care’s dedicated staff and management team know this, first and foremost, and the dignity of our service users is at the very heart of what we do.

We are trained to deal with the following:

  • Autism
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Brain Injury
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Complex Needs
  • Challenging Behaviour

… however empathy and a real and true desire to improve the lives of our service users is the most important factor when we are choosing our staff.

If you feel you have what it takes to work with Unified Care, please do get in touch; we’d love to hear from you.