Offering care services across England, we enable our clients to live safely and independently at home. We care for the elderly and support young adults and children. Our specialisation is in nursing and complex care services.
Prestige Nursing & Care provides high-quality, personalised and expert home care services for every stage of life that evolve with the changing needs of those we care for. Our comprehensive range of services provided by highly trained compassionate carers, registered nurses and clinical experts, ensures our clients receive the right kind of care at the right time, all delivered right at home. By combining the range of care services and skills of Prestige Nursing & Care and The Good Care Group, we can meet a client’s needs at every stage of their life.
For over 75 years we have been trusted by our clients, and their families to provide competent and compassionate care that is focused on improving health and overall well-being – all in the safety and comfort of the place people love most, their own home.
We care for babies and children who require specialist paediatric care, adults living with life-limiting and complex conditions and older people, and couples who need care and support with daily living. Our established and accredited service means generations people can live more independently with an improved quality of life, for all of life.
There are many compelling reasons why our clients and professionals involved in procuring specialist home care are reassured when they choose Prestige Nursing & Care:
Expert nurse-led care
Our nurse-led care enables people living with any complex condition to live well in their own home with improved health outcomes. Our highly trained professional teams are supported by clinical experts and registered nurses, who provide unrivalled monitoring and supervision to ensure the clinical care provided exceeds the very highest standards. We adopt a holistic, responsive and flexible approach to care and support planning, ensuring plans are tailored to not just to meet an individual’s everyday care needs, but enhance everyday life.
Services that evolve with changing needs
We continually assess our clients’ needs to ensure the service we provide offers the right level of care and support, at the right time. Our broad range of home care services includes hourly care for those that require support at times during the day and night, a respite care service that allows a family carer to take a much-needed break through to live-in care for when a 24-hour permanent package of care is needed. We provide everything from support with personal care, domestic tasks and socialisation through to nurse-led care, rehabilitation and care for those living with complex conditions, right through to sensitive and compassionate palliative and end-of-life care.
Specialist care of complex conditions
Our expertly trained and experienced teams have the skills and experience to deliver high-quality care of complex conditions that impact an individual’s ability to live an independent life. Whether we are supporting a child’s development who is living with spina bifida, or an adult with muscular dystrophy or an older person living with dementia, our care has been trusted by thousands of families up and down the country. Our service allows people to live the best possible life, for all of life providing peace of mind and reassurance at a time you need it most.
Highly trained, competent and compassionate carers
People are at the heart of everything we do. We know how important it is for you to have a carer that truly understands your needs, not just your care needs but your emotional, psychological and well-being needs too. We take time to make sure that that the carer that cares for you is trained to support your specific condition, but is also aligned to how you wish to live your life, so you can have an enhanced and fulfilled life. They will adopt a compassionate approach to care that considers not just the person receiving care but all the family, as we know through our experience how valuable this support is for everyone.
Collaborating and partnering to care for you
We work in partnership with healthcare professionals, case managers, families and personal injury lawyers to ensure we have an in-depth understanding of a clients’ needs. Our expert clinical teams will conduct a professional assessment of needs and assign the best team of competent and compassionate carers to meet those needs. Our care teams are supported by a care manager and experienced nursing team at a local level to ensure on-going monitoring, clinical oversight and support of the service we provide , communicating progress so you can be reassured that your client or loved one is in the safest hands, receiving the highest quality care.
Responsive local teams with nationwide coverage
We are providing care and support in over 30 locations in the heart of communities across England and Scotland. The fully managed service we provide is highly responsive and our experts local to you can put care packages in place quickly, working in collaboration with local healthcare professionals, multidisciplinary teams, therapeutic care providers and other community support services. We know this holistic approach ensures our clients get the best out of life, for all of life.
Quality assurance through regulated care provision
Prestige Nursing & Care is not an agency. Unlike a home care agency, we provide a fully regulated home care service, which means our clients, their families and our professional partners can be assured that the care and support we provide is of the very highest quality. Our service is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in England and the Scottish Care Inspectorate (SCI) in Scotland. We are proud that 96% of our inspected services have been rated as providing a ‘Good’ service, with 4% rated ‘Outstanding’ and our services in Scotland have a five-star rating. Our accredited service for complex care, which meets local and national quality standards and ensures a consistent approach to the care we provide, provides peace of mind and reassurance that our service if of the highest quality.
We are here to take your call and will provide impartial support and guidance – contact our friendly care experts today to discuss your nurse-led care needs.
Raising awareness of SCAD (Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection) heart attacks.
A SCAD is an emergency condition that occurs when a tear forms in a blood vessel in the heart. Some symptoms of SCAD include, chest pain, shortness of breath, pain in the arms, back, neck, or jaw, as well as nausea, light-headedness, and sweating.
Although SCAD causes a small percentage of heart attacks overall, it’s responsible for 40% of heart attacks in women under the age of 50 and more than 90% of SCAD patients are female.
SCAD patients are generally healthy and don’t have or do the usual things that can lead to heart attacks, such as smoking, diabetes, or being overweight – so SCAD is often misdiagnosed for anxiety and indigestion, as some of the symptoms are similar.
A member of our Leicestershire team, Catherine Beck survived a SCAD twenty three years ago, when she was just 37 years old.
Catherine had her first baby and a SCAD heart attack on the same day, which was life changing for her. The roller coaster of emotions and the physical challenges were a huge toll on Catherine. At the time, very little was known about SCAD and it took Catherine two years to find out about someone else who had suffered a SCAD heart attack.
So much has changed for the better thanks to SCAD research and the Beat SCAD charity, as well as the wealth of information we now have online and the opportunity to connect with other people with similar experiences on social media.
Tips for winter wellbeing from our expert Dr. Sue Jones
Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones. In the UK we get most of our vitamin D from being outside in the sunlight. Between October and early March, the sunlight does not have enough UVB radiation for our skin to be able to make vitamin D.
We still need vitamin B in winter, to help the body absorb calcium and phosphate from the foods we eat. If we do not get enough of these minerals we can have problems with our bones, teeth and muscles. Strong bones and muscles help us maintain our mobility and independence. People with higher levels of vitamin D have been found to be less likely to have dental problems and gum disease.
Vitamin D is so important for our health, it is often added as a supplement to our foods. Some breakfast cereals, fat spreads and non-dairy milk alternatives will have vitamin D added. You can also get vitamin D from oily fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines. Red meats, liver and eggs also contain vitamin D.
Other benefits of vitamin D are being investigated and include its potential role in helping maintain our mood and mental wellbeing and boosting our immune system.
The Department of Health recommends some groups of people should take vitamin D supplements, especially in winter. Children under 4 years old and people who are not able to spend time outside regularly are advised to take a supplement. If you have dark skin – for example you have an African, African-Caribbean or south Asian background – you may also not make enough vitamin D from sunlight. It is advisable to speak to your GP or pharmacist if you think you may benefit from taking extra vitamin D, and heed their advice about the right dose for you. Remember to store any supplements out of reach of children or pets.
We shared some tips and advice to help mentally prepare people that have been shielding or in a small bubble throughout lockdown in the below article. here we are sharing some advice regarding physical strength as lockdown restrictions ease. ‘Shielding at home’ involved staying indoors, not having visitors, and not taking part in usual activities outside the home. This has led to people being significantly less physically active.
Older adults already have less muscle mass when compared to younger people and the inactivity imposed by lockdown can have negative consequences for health, such as becoming frailer, losing confidence with walking, and being at greater risk of serious diseases such as osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. We also need to be outside regularly to absorb vitamin D. Vitamin D is important for our bone and muscle health and it is likely that older adults who have been shielding have had less time in the sunlight.
Regular exercise is key for bone and muscle health. Taking our clients for short strolls is a really good way to start rebuilding their muscles. For the more able, joining a local walking group can be a good way to meet new people and get some gentle exercise. Walking for health can help you find a local group https://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/