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Gastrostomy Care

Gastrostomy Care

Clients requiring gastrostomy support will usually have percutaneous endoscopic or naso-gastric in place and their care needs assessment and clinical support plan will reflect the appropriate care and support management required to ensure their endoscopy remains patent at all times.

All care professional involved in a gastrostomy management support will receive intensive endoscopic training, along with training on specific equipment supporting the individual’s conditions.

Airway Management

Airway Management

Clients requiring airway management support will usually have a tracheostomy in place and their care need assessments and clinical support plan will reflect the appropriate care and support management required to ensure their airway remains patent at all times.

All care professional involved in airway management support will receive intensive tracheostomy training, along with training on specific equipment support the individuals conditions e. g ventilator, SAT monitoring and cough assist care management before commencing support.

Spinal Injury

spinal injuries

We support a variety of spinal injuries and diseases, along with any associated conditions, offering short or long-term care and support in the home.  Our highly skilled care professionals receive specific training on practical support such as bowel management, catheter care, pain management, tracheostomy care and ventilation and breathing support. They also attend specialist training days to learn how to manage, maintain and prevent spinal complications including managing autonomic dysreflexia, temperature and postural management.

Night Care

Night Care

We all know that a good night’s sleep is essential for our everyday wellbeing and for the more vulnerable, an unsettled night can lead to greater care and support requirements throughout the day
Research has proven that a person’s night time experiences have a dramatic effect on their daily care requirements.  A poor night’s sleep impacts on a person’s ability to undertake daily tasks can leave them lethargic, and unsteady on their feet.  In addition, on-going poor sleep patterns can lead to isolation throughout in the day when catching up on sleep, meaning a person may be unable to interact when family and friends visit or may struggle to engage at a level that they normally would and become more anxious of night time hours.

Neurological Care

Dementia Care

Neurological conditions result from damage to the brain, spinal column or nerves, caused by illness or injury.  Some neurological conditions are life-long and people can experience onset at any time in their lives.  There are also conditions which have a sudden onset due to injury or illness, such as a head injury or stroke, or cancers of the brain and spine.

Dementia Care

Dementia Care

Tordan Healthcare have many years’ experience providing dementia care for our clients and have developed a real understanding of the needs of people affected by the condition.

Our highly-trained dementia care professionals know all about the different types and stages of the condition, and they are experienced in supporting our clients and their families with the challenges that caring and supporting for someone with dementia.