Welcome To Big Wings Health Care



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+91 813 692 9436

Nursing Care

Our fully qualified Live-in Nurses deliver a more comfortable and comforting alternative to hospital or nursing home care. Our Live-in Nurses are highly experienced in caring for people with all sorts of chronic conditions that need recurrent or continuous assistance. They’re caring, compassionate and they’re on hand 24/7. Those who wishing to remain in the comfort of their own home, and retain independent living, Caring People nursing care at home is an option worth considering. People are much happier being nursed in their own home. It is the feeling of safety in familiar surroundings with family and friends and the reassurance of 24-hour, one-to- one nursing. Caring People’s home care services may be just what you are looking for. With Caring People’s specialised 24 hour live in care service, a Qualified Nurse or a Care Worker can move in to your home with you to provide a customized care service, supporting you to remain independent in the comfort of your own home. Whether you have complex nursing care needs or just require some support in doing everyday tasks, our 24 hour live in care team can provide a service tailored to your needs. Our 24 hour live in care service affords your family and friends peace of mind, knowing that you are benefiting from the expert care of highly skilled healthcare professionals, in the place where you are most comfortable. We understand that having someone share your home can be a very personal matter. For this reason, our 24 hour live in care team take extra care to match our staff sympathetically with your situation and personality, as well as your clinical needs. We also ensure that all of our 24 hour live-in care staff members are fully briefed on your expectations and personal preferences.

Palliative care is specific medical care for people with serious illnesses. We focus on providing patients with relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. We work closely with each individual’s medical team to provide an extra layer of support. Palliative care can be for any person, of any age, and at any stage in a serious illness and can be provided along with curative treatment. It focuses on symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite, difficulty in sleeping and depression. It also helps you gain the strength to carry on with daily life. It improves your ability to tolerate medical treatments. And it helps you have more control over your care by improving your understanding of your choices for treatment. End of life care is for people at an advanced stage of their illness or disease. They have either chosen not to have any further treatment or they have exhausted all appropriate treatments available to them. With our expertise we are always looking at the bigger picture, so we can constantly assess and respond to any changes in care needs quickly. We know how important it is that you and your loved ones are looked after and supported through this final stage of life. By staying with the client in their own home, our Nurses will:

  1. Guarantee that their client’s dignity and self-respect are upheld at all times.
  2. Provide personalised care plans tailored to client’s needs, preferences and choices.
  3. Provide their client with relief from pain and other distressing symptoms.
  4. Offer compassionate continuity of care.
  5. Integrate the social, psychological and spiritual aspects of their clients.
  6. Liaise closely with healthcare professionals to ensure the best support systems are in place
  7. Enable their client to lead as active a life as possible
  8. Promote their client’s independence, wherever feasible
  9. Offer a dependable support system to help families cope throughout the client’s illness and during their bereavement.

For more information please call on +91 9020 599 599 or email us to info@caringpeople.in

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  1. Symptom control.
  2. Pain Relief.
  3. Counselling and Emotional support to patients and their families.
  4. Medication, including injections.
  5. Care coordination with your consultant doctor and other healthcare professionals.

If you and your family prefer the idea of medical care at home, our Nursing Professionals would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

For more information please call on +91 9020 599 599 or email us to info@caringpeople.in

We provide one-to- one, 24-hour professional nursing for the care and rehabilitation of patients who are living with or recovering from a heart conditions like Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction), Congestive Heart Failure, Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke, Hypertension, Various Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeries. We bring positivity, stimulus and good companionship when it is required. Our experienced, specialist nurses assist patients with acute and chronic heart conditions to maximise their chances of returning to health faster with:

  1. 24/7 assessment and evaluation.
  2. Professional, emotional and nutritional support.
  3. Controlling cholesterol levels.
  4. Oxygen therapy.
  5. Encouraging mobility and independence or aiding passive exercises as appropriate.
  6. Post-operative infection control and safety management
  7. Tackling the factors that increase the risk of heart disease, such as smoking, poor diet and little physical exercise, if appropriate.

For more information please call on +91 9020 599 599 or email us to info@caringpeople.in

Sustaining a brain or spinal cord injury can be devastating to an individual, their family, and loved ones and it can influence everything about us and the way we live our lives in a matter of seconds. It affects who we are, the way we think, act, and feel. These changes can be temporary or permanent, and may cause deterioration or a complete inability to perform and function. For many, returning to their previous lifestyle is no longer possible. Most individuals living with a brain or spinal cord injury lived a full life prior to the injury, and have a full life ahead of them as well. Like all of us, they are just trying to cope with the changes and occurrences of daily life as best they can; however, they are now faced with the additional challenges that have come with their injury. If you or a loved one is faced with a longer term disability as a result of a brain or spinal cord injury, you understand the struggles of everyday living. Household tasks that were once simple become difficult and daily living requires assistance. Caring People’s live-in nurses and medical professionals have the training, education, and expertise to effectively care brain and spinal cord injury patients. We understand the challenges of brain and spinal cord injuries and have the ability to help with activities of daily living and in-home nursing needs to offer the highest level of comfort. We together with patients and their families set and reach the physical, mental, and emotional goals that provide the foundation for an independent life. Our team of professionals provide a continuum of care that encompasses.

  1. Spinal Cord Injuries
  2. Brain Injuries.
  3. Multiple Trauma
  4. Catastrophic Injuries
  5. Bowel and Bladder Programs
  6. Wound Care
  7. Monitoring Skin Integrity

For more information please call on +91 9020 599 599 or email us to info@caringpeople.in

Recover from surgery in the comfort of your own home with a professional and experienced Live-in Nurse. Following a stay in hospital, most people are keen to leave hospital as soon as they can to get back home to their familiar surroundings. Researches show that, those recuperating at home recover much more quickly than they do if they remain hospitals. Caring People’s Post-Operative Care Service offers an ideal solution for patients who require interim support until they are fit enough to resume their normal life. Post-operative care from Caring People is always bespoke to clients’ individual needs and is entirely flexible and adaptable according to the recovery progress. Home nursing helps to prevent post-operative complications and infections. Caring People’s Nurses coordinate with all healthcare professionals involved in your post- operative care to put together just the right package of nursing support 24 hours a day. Our nurses will assist your rehabilitation including;

  1. Wound care
  2. Stoma care
  3. Medication
  4. Nutrition
  5. Personal care
  6. Promoting continence
  7. Mobility
  8. Physiotherapy exercises
  9. Rehabilitation
  10. Prevention of post-operative complications and infection
  11. Promoting independence
  12. Reassurance and encouragement

For more information please call on +91 9020 599 599 or email us to info@caringpeople.in

24-hour home nursing care for even the most chronic forms of lung disease, including bronchitis and emphysema.A Caring People’s Live-in Nurse enables patients to avoid extended hospital stays, instead guaranteeing compassionate, effective nursing care in a tranquil, relaxing environment. Our nurses work closely with each patient’s Consultant Doctor and other members of the multidisciplinary team to provide the best possible package of medical care and support for each client. This may include education, exercise, breathing techniques, nutritional advice, emotional support and the development of skills.Live-in Nursing care include,

  1. Oxygen assessments and therapy
  2. Administration of all types of medication
  3. Bronchodilators
  4. Ventilator support, including BIPAP
  5. Supervision of exercise
  6. Promoting continence
  7. Promotion of independence.

Separation from home, family, friends and the simple pleasures in life add significant challenge to coping with COPD exacerbation. Caring People’s Live-in Nursing brings the focus back to all-round quality of life.

Living at home with Dementia Dementia is a common condition that affects a good number of people in our society these days. Risk of developing dementia increases as you get older, it is most prevalent in people over the age of 65. Dementia is a syndrome (a group of related symptoms) associated with an ongoing decline of the brain and its abilities. This includes problems with:

  1. OMemory loss
  2. Mental agility
  3. Thinking speed
  4. Understanding
  5. Language
  6. Judgement

Dementia has many different stages and it affects different people in different ways. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. People with Alzheimer’s can struggle with memory loss, mood changes and problems with communication and reasoning and they often feel vulnerable and helpless.The severity of dementia has a wide scale, but symptoms of dementia will usually get gradually worse. The speed with which this occurs will depend on the general health or the person and on the type of dementia they have.

Dementia care at home

Most people with dementia will eventually need live-in care if they are to remain in their own home. Although dementia can seem like a challenging issue to face for families, with the right professional live-in care and support those with it can still enjoy an active, happy and fulfilling life in their own homes.At Caring People we are actively trying to improve the options for people with dementia to remain at home. Homecare is often an overlooked option. Yet it is a viable and often preferable option for people with dementia compared to moving into residential nursing care or to similar sort of settings.

At Caring People we understand that managing diabetes means making significant lifestyle changes. Following a healthy diet and taking regular exercise are especially important. We provide a range of care and support services to help you manage the challenges of living well with this condition.

Our care workers provide:
  1. Help with healthy diet
  2. Regular meals and drinks to keep you hydrated and balance your blood glucose levels
  3. Encouragement to enjoy an active lifestyle which will improve self-care, promote mental health and prevent falls
  4. Practical support to manage day-to- day symptoms such as fatigue, blurred vision, hunger and weight loss
  5. Assistance with medication and checking your glucose levels
  6. Help identifying signs of hypoglycaemia such as: confusion, changes to personality, frequent headaches, speech and self-care difficulties, poor appetite, aggressive behaviour, unsteadiness and falls or loss of consciousness
  7. Liaison with our medical team to help you get the best treatment
  8. Our care workers are also more than happy to provide a listening ear when you need it.

Support to stay well
Left untreated, diabetes can lead to heart disease, stroke, dental problems, nerve damage and blindness. At caring People, our care workers can support you and your family to manage these risks and reduce the impact of everyday symptoms so you can continue to enjoy a normal and active life.

Caring for a loved one can be physically and mentally very demanding. It’s a role that requires 100 per cent commitment, and a lot of selflessness. No matter how committed you are to the needs of the person you’re caring for, you also need to make time for yourself.Caring People’s home respite care services enable carers to ensure their loved ones receive the help and support they need whilst they take a short break from their roles.

We’ve designed our services to allow you to recharge, safe in the knowledge that your loved one is being looked after by one of our friendly carers. Respite for carers can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks away from the role. So, this short break will enable you to return to caring feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Our respite services see warm and friendly temporary carers go into the homes of people affected by a range of conditions to provide short term care. In the past years as a provider of home care, we’ve delivered respite support for the carers of elderly people, Dementia respite care, and much more.

Allowing someone else to come into the home can be a tough decision. There are worries over disruption to existing routines, and lifestyle. Our short term carers recognise the importance of planning any temporary care. They will communicate with you to ensure that your loved one’s medical and lifestyle requirements are met during your absence.

Support for carers isn’t just there for when you feel like you need a break. If you become ill, or you have to go into hospital, you can call on our emergency respite carers whilst you recuperate. Through our emergency respite services, we enable you to rest assured that your loved one will continue to get the care they need in their own home.We understand that emergency situations arise with no prior warning. There’s often very little time to plan for emergency respite care. We have a large pool of carers, who are enthusiastic about the people they look after and the roles they serve.

This means you can always rely on us to arrange for a carer to provide short term care in the home quickly and efficiently.

Caring People is pleased to offer a comprehensive range of health assessments. Our Health Assessments provide you with an excellent opportunity to understand your health. Our highly-qualified team of Doctors and health assessment nurses will review your health and offer practical advice on how you can make changes to help reduce your risk of developing common, but often preventable conditions such as: heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.The number one reason to have a health assessment is reassurance. Even if you are not feeling unwell, you may be worried about potential health issues, such as hereditary conditions that you need to be aware of. We cannot put a price on our health, but we can find ways to look after ourselves better.

Caring People’s Health Assessments provide you with one-to- one time with a healthcare professional regardless of the level of assessment you choose. This time allows you to develop a greater awareness of your health so you can make appropriate choices and changes where required. The full appointment is dedicated to your health and wellbeing is followed up with a personalised report with recommendations for your personal needs.

We monitor Vital parameters including

  1. Pulse
  2. Blood pressure
  3. Oxygen Saturation
  4. ECG
  5. Serum Glucose and Cholesterol
  6. Body Mass Index
  7. Other relevant blood tests like Full Blood Count, LFT.

Maintaining personal hygiene with dignity and respect At Caring People we understand that this is often the most difficult kind of help to accept. That’s why we approach it with the utmost respect for our clients’ dignity, independence and personal pride.

Our Personal Care Services includes:

  1. Bathing and showering assistance
  2. Bed baths
  3. Personal grooming
  4. Shaving with an electric razor
  5. Oral hygiene
  6. Toilet assistance and incontinence care