Community care & outreach support in the North West

Floating support and community outreach from carers who promote independent living and a fun quality of life, building relationships as unique as the person they support

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Services our outreach support staff provide:

Homecare support

Our community and outreach support staff can provide floating homecare support, should you need it, providing help with everyday tasks.

Outreach care

Helping to provide support, skills and confidence for independent living.

Companionship

Community support for people with a variety of conditions and injuries who need additional help.

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What is outreach support?

Community care and floating support are for anyone who needs assistance with everyday tasks around the home, personal care, and daily living. Outreach support is used by people of all ages for both longer term and short periods.

People might require a few hours of support a week, or more intensive periods, but the goal of our care workers is to promote confidence and skills for independent living.

Supporting everywhere

Which may include:

Supporting in the home

Which may include:

Who is community support for?

We work with people of all ages who need support in their homes and daily life. Some have temporary care needs post-op, ongoing medical conditions or learning disabilities, and some are people with mental health or mobility issues.

Our outreach workers can assist with the following:

  • Supported living
  • Leaving Care
  • Emergent Situations
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal Injury
  • Rehabilitation Support

Why choose C4 Care?

Established in 2018, C4 Care is an expert care agency providing outreach support to individuals and healthcare organisations in the North West, covering both longer term and ad hoc staffing needs.

Our outreach support services are staffed by community care assistants and support workers with enhanced DBS checks, training in Positive Behaviour Support and level 2 Safeguarding. All our team benefit from ongoing training in both care skills and specialist procedures and treatments.

Ultimately, we believe everyone should have the best possible care and quality of life, which means caregiving that’s tailored to you and matched to your needs and personality.

CQC Overview
Overall rating for this service. Good
Is the service safe? Good
Is the service effective? Good
Is the service caring? Good
Is the service responsive? Good
Is the service well-led? Good

Community Care FAQs

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What is community care? Community care is a range of services intended to help vulnerable people live independently through supported living. Community care services support people who need help in their day to day lives so that they can remain in their own homes and enjoy a healthy, social lifestyle.
Who is community care for? A lot of community care work supports elderly people, people with a mental illness or physical or learning disability. Broadly, anyone who needs help with the personal care and daily life at home can benefit from community care, which also promotes activities, learning, fun and socialising to improve quality of life.
What does a community care worker do? Community care workers support people in both social and physical activities. Physical care might involve mobility, personal care and hygiene, toilet and continence care, as well as helping to administer medication. Home help tasks could include meal and hot drink preparation, light housework and pet care. Social care requires compassion and empathy to have conversations with clients and encourage their activities and mental wellbeing.
What does outreach support mean? Outreach support focuses on the non-medical, companion centred-care people need. An outreach worker may support a person with life skills like housework, cooking, shopping, and budgeting, activities like hobbies, sports, and learning, as well as using transport.
What is a community care assessment? A community care assessment is an assessment and recommendation of your care needs at home by the council. To determine any day to day support you might need, you or a representative can apply for a needs assessment from your local council. During the assessment an occupational therapist or social worker will discuss how you manage with daily tasks and life around home. It’s a good idea to have a friend or relative with you as they can help explain your situation. The council will then make suggestions on any changes you might need, including care help like supported living and outreach care. Generally, you’ll be expected to pay for your own social care, but there will be a follow up means test to see if the council will contribute to the cost.

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