AMG recognises that people retain the right to choose to live in their own homes.
These choices can be challenged if their health and long-term needs require specialist intervention and monitoring.
AMG has built a team of experienced qualified nurses and carers, supported by a professional training department to assess and create a person-aimed plan of care to enable individuals with a wide range of complex issues to be supported at home.
We have a reputation for success in particularly challenging areas of care, which include:
- Airway management (Tracheostomy, suctioning, ventilation O2)
- Neurological Diseases (MND, MS, Huntington’s, epilepsy)
- Post Traumatic Injury (Head Injury, Spinal Injury)
- Medical Conditions (Diabetes, COPD, renal problems)
- Nutritional Support (PEG, gastrostomy, TPN)
- Learning Difficulties (Autistic Spectrum Disorder, challenging behaviour)
AMG’s complex team encompasses a wide range of experience and specialisms.
Our internal framework addresses quality to ensure our procedures are evidence-based and in line with up to date practice, supported by the training and development team and audit.
All our professionals are governed by the NMC and we are inspected by CQC and CSSIW on a regular basis.
- Support hospital discharge to home
- Manage degenerative diseases
- Support physical/learning disabilities long term at home
- Provide managed rehabilitation to tandem with NHS
- Support clients who are reliant upon supportive technology
This can be provided to meet need in a number of ways:
- From 1 hour to 24 hours a day
- Within a reducing framework for rehabilitation
- 24 hours package of care
- Nigh time provision – waking or sleeping
- Support accessing the community