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them. Therefore, care should not just be about giving people what they physically need; it should be about considering people’s values, family situations, individual circumstances and lifestyles. Every person is individual so the care of each person should be too.


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Another part of person-centred care involves looking at how we can integrate residential care homes with other services in the wider community. This includes an integration of residential homes, hospitals and in-home carers, as well as age-friendly housing, informal carers, community services, technology and specialist support for people with dementia. By working together and providing multi-disciplinary and multi-agency services, we should be able to create a network of support for elderly individuals and raise their quality of life by integrating them into the community. It is not about one company, it is about combining some of the most highly trained professionals in care with charities, businesses and specialist services. Not only will this relieve pressure on the state and social services, it will allow multiple care routes to be investigated, enabling individuals to be cared for in the most appropriate place and to live as fulfilling, dignified and independent lives as possible. There will undoubtedly be health benefits and therefore real financial savings for the state if this approach is embraced.


By working together to provide person-centred care, we can improve the quality of services available, have a positive impact on


rehabilitation outcomes, help people to be more active in looking after themselves and reduce how often people require care services. It is important to act now to raise the standards and sustainability of care for our Island’s most vulnerable individuals. At LV Care Group, we are already working towards offering a full cycle of personalised and integrated care, which can cater for individual circumstance, from short and long term residential care, to in-home care and specialist dementia care. An innovative new dementia care service L.I.N.C. will be available under the Group umbrella, as well as a new pharmacy and a new residential and nursing home planned for later in 2017.


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Our close connection with excellent community organisations, such as Jersey Alzheimer’s Association, Maison Des Landes and Good Companions Club, allows us to provide a comprehensive network of support that extends beyond one company. What lies at the heart of these services, is the focus on the individuals we are trying to care for and whose health we are trying to improve. We should never lose sight of that in the face of our focus on systems, processes, money and targets.


To get in touch with LV Care Group for Residential, Home-Care, Dementia or Pharmacy services please Call: 01534 888237 or Email: info@lv.je For more information please visit: www.lv.je


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Accommodation - whatever your personal circumstances, we will find the right solution for you.


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