Rehabilitation Care

Dealing with unexpected injuries and sickness

It’s a simple truth of life that sometimes accidents happen to the most healthy of us. Sometimes these accidents can take the form of injuries or debilitating sickness. Nobody can really prepare against it, but there is a choice in to how to deal with the situation. Many people assume that having been discharged from hospital they simply have to soldier on alone. This can cause a lot of stress and pain which could easily be avoided with a minimum of effort.

Rehabilitation care to help you get back on your feet

You can save yourself a lot of trouble and aid the healing process with the help of a professional home carer. Whether it be for a few days, weeks or even months, a carer can help support you as you get back into the swing of things. It’s not always easy to regain the confidence to take on the challenges of life, and support and help in the transition can be really helpful. Having one of our professional staff on hand also helps to give both you and your family peace of mind that you’ll be safe during the recovery process.

Professional carers for the best help

As well as the advantages of a professional carer as listed above, there’s the advantage that our staff know a lot about helping people through recovery. This might seem like an obvious point, but it means that we can easily spot if something’s wrong. If you’re putting too much strain on yourself too early or doing something counterproductive to your recovery, we’ll be able to quickly advise you and help get the healing process back on track. While we are based in Beaconsfield, our Rehabilitation care services are available in nearby areas such as Marlow, Berkhamsted, Aylesbury and Watford.

"As one of the families who have the benefit of your wonderful carers, I would like to say thank you for everything this year. Your carers are very special people and have made our lives much easier. With special mention to Debbie, Britt and Kadi, without whom our family would be in chaos. Thank you."
"I would like to say how very kind and caring your staff are towards my mother, their care is wonderful and she is very fond of both of them. It is a worry for me living 70 miles away but I know she is in good hands."
"We have used Universal Care for almost three years for help with care for my disabled son. The staff are all pleasant and helpful and the office staff do all they can to accommodate our needs. They even send clients a small gift and card at Christmas! They make us feel valued."
"I would like to thank Universal Care for all the help they have given me, first in looking after my husband, and then more recently over the last three months for me. With their professional, friendly and caring attention, I now feel strong enough to manage on my own. I would not hesitate in recommending Universal Care to anyone who is looking for care for a loved one."
"They were extraordinarily professional, caring and efficient, and each of them displayed a wonderful humanity and bond with my father that made his final years peaceful, comfortable, and even blissful. When it came to his passing he was able to do so in his own bed at home in a quiet dignified and relaxed manner."
"I am very pleased with the high standard of care my husband receives. My husband has dementia and is in a wheelchair. It is fair to say that he is difficult, especially for me! Having the carers has made a huge difference to my capacity to cope and survive."
"We were extremely pleased with the thoughtful care and attention shown over the 3 days we required help. She enjoyed having the carer to look after her and we would not hesitate to call on Universal Care again for their services."
"We have been very satisfied and happy with the service. Our current carer is a treasure and we are hoping to see a great deal of her in future."
"I found the response from the office team enthusiastic, coherent and wanting to help immediately. The visit for consultation at my home was very helpful and professional, and a carer was put in place for me on the date and the hour I requested."
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