Welcome to Bright Care
Bright Care is a local Domiciliary Care provider. Our focus is to provide quality in-home care services to enable people to live safely and independently for as long as possible. We believe that the best care begins at home.
Bright Care is handled and lead by its Managing Director, Winnie Jones. She runs multiple care businesses and has a management degree in Managing Business of Information as well as holding the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI), banking qualifications. She also has a Masters in Early Years (EYTS). Additionally, Winnie has a wealth of management experience and leadership skills.
In Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, Bright Care specializes in providing in-home care services to people with dementia, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and adults over and under 65 years of age.
We are enthusiastic about building a skilled and experienced team based on previous management practices proven to be reliable, professional, and personal. Our services are geared towards providing freedom of choice, respect and promoting self-independence.
We are in the process of being an approved Care provider for West Sussex County Council (WSCC) and the National Health Service. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Our Ethos Of Care
Bright Care will always be proud of our goal to provide and begin the best care at home.
Our focus is to serve with a consistent, high-quality, and client-centered care where you will have the choice and control to maximize your independence and wellbeing as we support you to remain in the comforts of your home.
We believe in the delivery of quality care through our services to all our customers with the aim of optimizing available resources to enhance people's physical, social, spiritual and emotional life while promoting dignity, independence, self worth and self esteem.
How Our Care Begins at Home
You may reach out to us via our phone number: 07305187085 or our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our staff will schedule a free and light assessment to discuss your care needs, health and medication requirements and history, your routines, and how we can help you. As part of the assessment, we will also determine what possible risks there may be and how these can be mitigated. Referrals may also be made to other professionals, such as occupational therapists and community nurses, with your consent.
Our service is reliable, professional and personal – but most especially, it is tailored to your needs. Our experienced Bright Care workers operate with energy and enthusiasm to deliver our promises in a way that is clear, simple and effective. We believe in good communication and constant improvement with our clients, promoting an upright in-home care environment.
What We Provide Assistance With
We provide, prepare, and serve light and/or quick meals, proper meals, and drinks. 1 minute cooking or cooking on your watch; food training.
We assist with bathing, showering, washing, shaving, mouthcare, helping with toileting and incontinence products.
We assist with on time in-take or administering of medication.
During our care visits we will also make the bed, clean the commode, empty rubbish, bring the milk in, help fill out forms, assist with the laundry, wash the dishes and the other little jobs that will make your life easier.
In addition to government funding and taxation, health care systems can be financed through out-of-pocket payments, private insurance, and donations or voluntary aid. You might qualify for some of the following:
Attendance Allowance (AA) may be available to help fund your care. Your needs will determine whether you qualify. The program provides personal care support to people over 65. A person's illness or disability determines the rate of AA that they receive.
The Local Authority may conduct a care assessment for you. An assessment determines if you're eligible for services under the national eligibility criteria based on your needs. If you qualify for council-funded care, you may have to contribute to the cost of your care. Social services can directly fund your care if you qualify, or you can be allocated a Personal Budget. The goal is to let you arrange your care in the way that you deem most appropriate, with the support you need.
You may be eligible for free ongoing NHS healthcare if you have a disability or a complicated medical condition (CHC). When a person's primary requirement is deemed to be a "health need," the NHS is held accountable for meeting all of their needs in any location, including their home. You can contact your doctor or social worker to set up an evaluation to determine your eligibility.
If you're under 65 and require assistance with personal care or mobility, you may be eligible for the Personal Independence Payment.
For those who devote more than 35 hours per week to caring for another person, the Carer's Allowance is also available.
Bright Care Recruitment places a great deal of emphasis on personal and professional development of our staff. Attendance at educational programs offered within and outside the organization is encouraged.
With the idea of who we would want to take care of our loved ones in mind, we deliberately select our carers. We have a fantastic workforce and have a high staff retention rate. Potential employees are personally interviewed in our office, and if they are hired, we check their identity and get two written references. Prior to beginning work independently, every employee is submitted to a background investigation through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), which includes a check of their police history. All employees complete the Care Certificate when they first begin working in the field of care, and they later pursue level 2 or higher degrees in health and social care. Every employee goes through mandatory training as well as a variety of supplemental, job-specific courses.
Throughout the course of our business, Bright Care adheres to all legal and regulatory requirements. Among these obligations are those imposed by the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Freedom of Information Act 2000. A key element of Bright Care's commitment to quality service is respecting and ensuring confidentiality for its clients, their families and/or representatives, and its employees. All Bright Care employees are subject to this policy.