Complex Care

in your home

We provide complex care at home with tailored, specialist support for long term health conditions and chronic illness, helping those with complex needs experience the best possible quality of life.

Complex Care​

in your home​

We provide complex care at home with tailored, specialist support for long term health conditions and chronic illness, helping those with complex needs experience the best possible quality of life.

Complex Care

in your home

We provide complex care at home with tailored, specialist support for long term health conditions and chronic illness, helping those with complex needs experience the best possible quality of life.

What is Complex Care?

Complex care is specialist support for people with long term or chronic health conditions that may have complex needs as a result. As part of this support, C4 Care can build a care plan that takes every aspect into careful consideration and provides the right level of support that meets all requirements and provides caregivers with a high level of expertise and training in those areas.

Every caregiver in our complex team receives specialist training to ensure they deliver high-quality care. They will manage symptoms and work with other healthcare professionals to deliver person-centric complex care in the service user’s own home. We focus on compliance, compassion, and wellbeing in day-to-day care to support the highest possible quality of life and encourage independence.

Women in wheelchair in her kitchen holding bread

What is Complex Care?

Complex care is specialist support for people with long term or chronic health conditions that may have complex needs as a result. As part of this support, C4 Care can build a care plan that takes every aspect into careful consideration and provides the right level of support that meets all requirements and provides caregivers with a high level of expertise and training in those areas.

Every caregiver in our complex team receives specialist training to ensure they deliver high-quality care. They will manage symptoms and work with other healthcare professionals to deliver person-centric complex care in the service user’s own home. We focus on compliance, compassion, and wellbeing in day-to-day care to support the highest possible quality of life and encourage independence.

Women in wheelchair in her kitchen holding bread
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Which services do we provide?

Palliative care is specialised medical care aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals facing serious illnesses. It focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness, rather than curing the disease itself.

A catheter is a thin, flexible tube inserted into the body to remove fluids, such as urine from the bladder, or to deliver medications or fluids directly into a vein.

Stoma care involves the management and maintenance of an opening (stoma) created surgically on the abdomen to divert the flow of urine or feces from the body, typically after procedures like colostomy or ileostomy.

Wound care refers to the medical practice of cleaning, treating, and dressing wounds to prevent infection and promote healing. It involves assessing the type of wound and applying appropriate interventions.

Vital signs include measurements such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and body temperature. Vital signs monitoring is a crucial aspect of healthcare to assess a patient’s overall health and detect any abnormalities.

Ventilation involves the mechanical support of breathing, often through the use of a ventilator. This is commonly employed in critical care settings to assist individuals who have difficulty breathing on their own.

PEG stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, which is a procedure to insert a feeding tube directly into the stomach. PEG and feeding care involve managing and maintaining this tube for the administration of nutrition and medications.

Bowel care encompasses activities and interventions to maintain the health and regular functioning of the bowels. This may include strategies to address constipation, diarrhea, or other bowel-related issues in individuals with certain medical conditions or limitations.

Devising your plan of care

Our specialist team are managed and supported by a registered nurse with over 20 years of health care experience, and work together to provide highly coordinated person-centred care for people with complex health and social needs to achieve better health and well-being. They are trained in life sustaining treatments such as oxygen therapy, ventilation, bowel and bladder management and chronic symptom management for pain and nausea.

We will work to understand your wants and needs in order to achieve your goals, whilst also working alongside a multi-disciplinary team including social workers to collaborate a support plan that is unique to your needs. Our holistic approach means we will support you in all areas such as hobbies, personal care, companionship, medication and maintaining your home.

three c4 care workers 2 male one female, sat at a table looking at a laptop

Which services do we provide?

Palliative care is specialised medical care aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals facing serious illnesses. It focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness, rather than curing the disease itself.

A catheter is a thin, flexible tube inserted into the body to remove fluids, such as urine from the bladder, or to deliver medications or fluids directly into a vein.

Stoma care involves the management and maintenance of an opening (stoma) created surgically on the abdomen to divert the flow of urine or feces from the body, typically after procedures like colostomy or ileostomy.

Wound care refers to the medical practice of cleaning, treating, and dressing wounds to prevent infection and promote healing. It involves assessing the type of wound and applying appropriate interventions.

Vital signs include measurements such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and body temperature. Vital signs monitoring is a crucial aspect of healthcare to assess a patient’s overall health and detect any abnormalities.

Ventilation involves the mechanical support of breathing, often through the use of a ventilator. This is commonly employed in critical care settings to assist individuals who have difficulty breathing on their own.

PEG stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, which is a procedure to insert a feeding tube directly into the stomach. PEG and feeding care involve managing and maintaining this tube for the administration of nutrition and medications.

Bowel care encompasses activities and interventions to maintain the health and regular functioning of the bowels. This may include strategies to address constipation, diarrhea, or other bowel-related issues in individuals with certain medical conditions or limitations.

Devising your plan of care

Our specialist team are managed and supported by a registered nurse with over 20 years of health care experience, and work together to provide highly coordinated person-centred care for people with complex health and social needs to achieve better health and well-being. They are trained in life sustaining treatments such as oxygen therapy, ventilation, bowel and bladder management and chronic symptom management for pain and nausea.

We will work to understand your wants and needs in order to achieve your goals, whilst also working alongside a multi-disciplinary team including social workers to collaborate a support plan that is unique to your needs. Our holistic approach means we will support you in all areas such as hobbies, personal care, companionship, medication and maintaining your home.

three c4 care workers 2 male one female, sat at a table looking at a laptop
Supporting everywhere
Which may include:
  • Emotional support and companionship
  • Encouraging social and learning activities
  • Go on shopping trips and running errands
  • Organising and accompanying with travel

Supporting in the home
Which may include:
  • Dressing and personal grooming
  • Personal care and hygiene
  • Medical appointments and taking medication
  • Light housework
  • Meal preparation and nutrition planning

At C4 Care, we’ve been providing high-quality complex care services to clients with chronic illnesses and disabilities since 2018. Our department is staffed by skilled and experienced professionals who are dedicated to helping service users lead independent, active, and fulfilling lives. We provide specialist training to our carers so they can deliver the best possible care.

24-hour support
Supporting people to continue living in their own home, helping people with care whenever they require it.

Respite care
We work with you to understand your requirements and provide the best possible respite care, supporting both the caregiver and your loved ones.

Complex care supports anyone with a chronic illness, disability, or long-term condition who needs a lot of additional support. Examples of conditions that may require complex care are dementia, mobility disorders, Parkinson’s, brain injuries, neurological conditions, or severe mental health issues.

Complex care plans can be highly flexible, and no cases are ever the same, but examples of the services we can provide include:

  • Administering medication
  • Communicating with others using aids or support
  • Behaviour management
  • Providing end of life care in collaboration with other healthcare professionals
  • Offering specialist care

What our customers are saying about our services

Explore the testimonials from our satisfied customers as they share their experiences with our home care services. Discover the benefits of home care with C4 Care – feel free to reach out to us at
0161 641 1299

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