Comprehensive Care Plan
Person Centred Care plan, Risk Assessment & Risk management plan
From collecting your prescription to supporting you with taking your medication. Safe medication administration and storage
Our specialist Nurse services includes Travel Nurses
Home Care Services
All the care you need at your own home. We promote independence, maintain respect and dignity.
Providing you with the best quality and safe care. Our Registered Nurses and Care Support Workers are well experience and passionate about care
Your very own Personal Assistant to meet your Care and Domestic needs as required
It can be overwhelming juggling our jobs and daily lives with caring for our loved ones. We are here to help care for your loved ones right in the comfort of their homes, as well as when admitted as an inpatient in the hospital or care home.
Sunshine Care and Support Care is a highly efficient care agency in the United Kingdom devoted to caring for the vulnerable, elderly, weak, disabled and the convalescent leveraging on world class services, technology and highly trained staff.
Our services are flexible to suit the individual needs of the service user.
Founder & Care Team Manager
Hello, my name is Anne, the Founder & Registered Manager at Sunshine Care and Support Ltd. I have worked with the Health and Social Care Sector for over 10 years, with hands on care as a Registered Mental health Nurse & Care-Coordinator, with a wealth of Management experience Managing Care Management cases in both London and the North West of England, Emergency Response Service and Domiciliary Services, I wanted to provide an independent, assured care staffing service. I have gained skills and further qualifications within the Health and Social Care field, as well as a Clinical Educator over my working years. I enjoy my role and serve as part of a committed caring team who work hard to ensure people maintain their independence. Our dedicated team at Sunshine Care and Support, work closely with Hospitals, Nursing homes, Residential homes, Local Authorities, Support Agencies and other Professionals and have gained excellent working partnerships.
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Theresa May has promised a "multi-year" funding plan for the NHS in England to address its long-terms financial needs.
The PM said she wanted to get away from annual "cash top-ups" and would come up with a blueprint later this year to allow the NHS "to plan for the future".
She said she hoped to build a political consensus on improving productivity and efficiency and reducing cost pressures.
Labour said it welcomed any promise of extra funding from a government which had "starved" the NHS of resources.
Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, said the health service needed to capitalise on advances in medical care while ensuring the "great pressure" on front-line staff was alleviated.
Following one of the toughest winters in recent years, more than 100 MPs have urged the PM to set up a cross-party Parliamentary Commission to address the health service's long-term financial needs.
Health and Social Care Secretary Jeremy Hunt called for a 10-year funding deal, arguing this would allow proper planning to train the staff needed to cope with the challenges of an ageing population
How to start saving for care cost in later life
Long-term care is a very broad term, covering everything from temporary placements for those who need to recuperate from a fall or illness, to round-the-clock dementia care and end-of-life palliative care. Your family member may need different types of care at different times in his or her life, so it is important to build in flexibility to meet changing needs.
Depending on what type of care is needed, the financial picture can change. Some forms of benefit are only available to those with very severe medical needs, while different rules apply when care is likely to be temporary rather than permanent. There are also some forms of care available at home, which can be a less costly alternative to full residential care, depending on the needs of the individual, while warden-controlled or “sheltered” housing can also be an option.
A local authority care assessment is a good place to start, particularly if you are confused about your relative’s needs, and is essential if you are hoping that the council will fund any part of his or her care. The council has a statutory duty to provide this, and it should be carried out by a qualified health professional.
After it is done a care plan will provided with advice on what your love one needs, and what type of care is appropriate for them. Not all types of care home are suitable for all needs. If your relative needs nursing care’, for example, they will need a home that offers more support than an ordinary care home.