Maria joined Eximius in 2018 after 20 years of working in the care industry. Maria started out in domiciliary care, working in a variety of areas such as mental health, stroke care, dementia care and end of life. She moved into care recruitment and became passionate about matching carers to clients. She eventually managed live-in care services working with people with spinal injuries, head injuries, MS and other conditions.
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Why Choose us?
Our aim is to provide exceptional live-in care and companionship for people who need help and support while living life to the full, with a spinal injury.
Our complex care team are trained to the highest level. They are here to offer a professional and compassionate, person-centred service.
A spinal cord injury (SCI) can happen in the blink of an eye but can have life-changing consequences. Alongside the obvious physical effects of an SCI, the hidden impact on emotional and mental health requires equal care and attention, for the person being cared for and their family.
It’s vitally important that the right care is provided to help clients return to the highest level of function and independence possible, whilst improving their overall quality of life – physically, emotionally, and socially.
Please watch the video below to find out more about how we can support you, or a loved one with expert live-in care:
Offering bespoke care to SCI clients – as standard!
We understand the multiple challenges when caring for someone with an SCI. With the right care, our clients with spinal cord injuries continue to stay in their own home, and lead fulfilling, active, and independent lives.
As part of our spinal care service, we try to be creative in the way we care. This includes:
- Matching the carer to our clients and including our clients in the interview process if wanted
- An ever-fluid care plan, which can be adjusted daily based on our clients needs
- Organising off site accommodation for carers if clients want privacy, or lack living space
- Consistency of care, building a solid team of carers trained to our clients individual needs
- Spinal specialist carers trained by The Spinal Injuries Association and Stoke Mandeville.
- Appointed supervisor in place to oversee the delivery of care.
- Clinical lead with mental health expertise to assist with adjustment to living with a spinal injury.
What we do:
Eximius deliver a fully managed service, which means we support every need associated with the delivery of care.
The carers are employed by us so we are responsible for any employment law issues and all payment issues. Because we have a very experienced and fully qualified support and management team, you can be confident you are in safe hands.
With access to a private GP and a professional team of clinical lead nurses, the care we offer is of the highest standard.
Carers are also required to document the administration of medication on a secure electronic system. This helps carers monitor intake and reassures the client’s family that their loved one is being looked after.
To find out more about the support we can offer, call us on: 0203 7949933 or visit our website here.
What our clients have to say:
Eureka!! My new live-in carer is a delight. My main live-in carer has been a super teacher demonstrating the importance of my routine. My new live-in carer has learnt the routine quickly and seems to have a good relationship forming. Thank you!
I have complex care that requires three live-in carers which is a challenge. All the staff at Eximius are passionate about providing the right staff to make my team suitable for all my needs. My team are very caring and go the extra mile to make my life more enjoyable.
Meet the team
Dawn has been working within the care sector for over 25 years. She started her career in care as a care worker. She gained an NVQ level 5 in Health and Social Care and worked towards becoming a Registered Care Manager. Dawn especially enjoys supporting people who are living with Dementia and supporting people who have palliative care needs. She gets a great deal of pleasure in thinking “outside of the box“ and helping others enjoy their lives full.
Lisa has worked in the care sector for 23 years in both domiciliary and hospital settings. She has experience caring for people with a wide variety of complex needs, including MS, motor neurone disease, brain injury, palliative care and dementia.
Lisa says that as a Field Care Supervisor, she is privileged to assist people get the help and support they need to live the lives they choose.
Dawn joined the Eximius Team in August 2021. She has been working in the care sector for 6 years. She has experience of caring for people with a wide variety of complex needs including MS, Motor Neurone Disease, brain injury, spinal injury, challenging behaviour, palliative care and Dementia. Dawn started her care journey in Mental Health. She moved her way up to Team Leader to Care Coordinator, and now to Care Supervisor.