“I had this enormous responsibility and I felt completely unprepared for it.” How CHS helped Larry to find the right care for June.
“June was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2006 and at first, the symptoms were quite mild...
Liz Kinlock from winchester explains how CHS came to the rescue, finding the ideal care home for her mother
Mum had been living in her own flat in a supported living complex...
THE DIFFERENCE SUPPORTED DISCHARGE MAKES
“Dad is 97 and until last year, was still living independently in his own home in Salisbury, Wiltshire...
Ann Munro describes the thoughtful and supportive service that enable her uncle to spend his last days surrounded by family
Stephanie Morris describes the service CHS Healthcare provided for her husband, Jhon
My husband John had vascular dementia and ended up going in and out of hospital for six months...
Glynis Walsh describes how we addressed problems with her mother’s care package that she had been unable to resolve
“Mum is 87 and managed really well living at home, but during the past two years, her health started to go downhill...
Social Worker Tracey Green Describes how our service is person-centred and promotes choice
Tracey Green had to find a nursing home for her own father. She explains how challenging this was and found our service was “person-centred” and supportive of choice.
Best practices for end-of-life patients
The Care Home Selection service: best practice for end of life patients.
Personalised service for fast track patients in Bristol
Fast-track patients require sensitive, highly personalised support to ensure last weeks of care spend in the right environment. Melvin Clark, from Bristol, explains how CHS supported his mother.
“Without this support, I would have put off finding a care home for weeks.”
Brenda Adams from Southampton explains why our service is essential.