EveryDay professional care from Age UK North Tyneside
EveryDay’s services are varied and range from care at home, respite for carers, companionship, support around the home and garden and domestic cleaning, through to specialist healthcare for long-term conditions and end of life care.
Help at Home from EveryDay Care and Support
Continuing to live at home is arguably one of the most important challenges people face as they grow older. For many remaining at home enables a sense of independence and freedom, self-worth and identity, comfort, and an ongoing active role in the community. This holds important implications for supporting older people to both sustain living at home and to adjust to changing circumstances.
Older people tend to spend up to 72% of their time inside their homes making the decision about where to live a crucial one. Being able to continue living at home assists the older person by providing a familiar environment within which to contend with the challenges and changes to lifestyle that occur due to the ageing process.
Home also often remains the one stable entity in the lives of the older person when everything else is changing. Living at home supports older people to retain some control over their daily lives and to maintain some independence and autonomy.
Research has found that personal belongings that hold memories and bring comfort, connect older people to the physical space of home. For some, a house itself can be a place of familial heritage and allows the individual to remain connected to the generations of family members who once lived within their walls.
Relationships and roles in the community are also an integral part of the meaning of home and can provide security and comfort. A sense of identity in the community can result from friendly neighbours and nearby friends. Being forced to leave one’s home can sever important community connections and remove the intergenerational aspect of community living.
Factors to consider :
- Accessing care and support at home
- Paying for care and support services
- Welfare and other benefits
- Help with fuel payments
- Aids and adaptations for the home
- Specialist advice to help you plan ahead
- Remaining fit and active
- Remaining connected to friends, neighbours and the community
We can provide help to remain independent at home with EveryDay Care and Support
We provide services which enable our customers to remain as independent as possible and remain in their own homes for as long as they are able via our EveryDay Living service.
Who is EveryDay Living for?
People of 18 plus years and living in North Tyneside postcode areas, who need support to remain in their own homes for whatever reason.
What services does EveryDay Living offer?
- Domestic support such as shopping, ironing, cleaning and light de-cluttering
- * Garden maintenance such as mowing grass, pruning, weeding and planting
- Companionship and the ability to visit locally
- Other help such as accompanying to appointments and social activities
- Meal preparation
What is the cost?
All services are charged at £15.95 per hour and can be arranged weekly or fortnightly Minimum 1hr per session. (* Gardening services quotes will be provided at the outset)
All EveryDay Living staff are fully trained, insured & DBS (Police) checked.
What our customers say about their service https://www.everydayuk.org/about-us/testimonials/
Find out more
For more information send us an email, or give us a call.
Phone: 0191 2877028 Option 2
Visit our website: https://www.everydayuk.org/living/
For existing customers of EveryDay Care and Support, the on-call out-of-hours telephone number is 0772 532 1140
Why not let us provide you with a free benefit check to enable you to access any and all eligible benefits? https://www.ageuk.org.uk/northtyneside/our-services/information-and-advice/
the professional home care provider from Age UK North Tyneside, providing care & support in North Tyneside & Newcastle.
We have been providing regulated care services for more than twenty years, leading up to the launch of our home care business in 2005.
In 2018 the Care Quality Commission (CQC) awarded us a ’good' rating for the quality of our care.
You can see Everyday's CQC rating for our North Tyneside services by clicking on the following link to the CQC website:
Our business is run as a social enterprise which means that any profits we generate are donated back to our charity owners to help fund vital services for older people.
We support customers aged 18 and over to live independently within their own homes. No two people are the same, which is why all of our care plans are tailored to support the individual hopes and aspirations of each customer.
All of our friendly staff are professionally trained to deliver a variety of services and all have passed a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Did you know that you can use your personal budget from Social Services to help pay for your home care?
To find out more:
visit EveryDay website
or give us a ring on 0191 287 7028
We'd love to hear from you.
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- Age UK National's Covid 19 information pages
- Gov.UK - NE England: local restrictions. What you can and can't do
- NHS 111 online - Check if you have coronavirus symptoms
- Gov.UK - Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do
- Get support as an extremely vulnerable person
- Citizens Advice - Coronavirus - what it means for you
- Age UK North Tyneside Information and Advice
- Covid 19 - How to help safely (Gov.UK)
- Covid 19 Myth busters (World Health Organisation)
- Covid 19- Information for the bereaved from UK Government
- Gov.UK - Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can't do
- Wellbeing and mental health during Covid-19
- Tyne Health's Long Covid resource hub