Choosing the right type of care for yourself of a loved one is extremely important. To help you in this situation, we have listed the different types of care that we offer at Notaro, which will help you pinpoint exactly where, what and how that will for work your circumstance.

General Nursing Care

At Notaro Care, we create a home from home for older people who are affected by medical, physical or clinical conditions such as heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, hypothyroidism and need round-the-clock nursing care. We also have specialist homes for people living with dementia.

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Palliative Care

Palliative care is specialised medical care for people with serious, life-threatening illnesses. It is focused on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness, whatever the diagnosis. It affirms life and regards dying as a normal process. The goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family.

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Residents and Notaro Support Workers on the computers at Serenita ARBD Care Home Weston Super Mare

ARBD –  Alcohol Related Brain Damage

We provide specialised residential care and rehabilitation for adults with alcohol related conditions such as Korsakoff’s syndrome. Our homes provide safe, structured, supportive environments. We offer programmes of recreational activities and therapies to keep clients active and improve their quality of life and independence.

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Learning Disabilities

Learning Disability care at our two specialist homes – The Lodge and The Limes at Cedar Lodge. We understand that our residents view the world around them not wrongly, but differently – and that each person will have their own distinctive views, wishes and abilities.

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Younger Adults with Mental Health

Mental health problems effect more young people today than ever before. Good mental health enables all of us to develop a good sense of personal wellbeing, confidence, self-esteem and importantly resilience; an important factor in dealing with everyday life today.

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Respite Care

It can be for anyone needing care and support in their lives for as long or short a period of time as necessary. Rather than using a residential respite service, which involves moving into a new environment, respite care at home allows people to remain in their own home, meaning minimal disruption for the service user. The Live in Carers will follow the care plan to allow the service user to continue their lifestyle and receive the support they are used to keeping that consistency of care and peace of mind for loved ones.

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Dementia Care

At Notaro Homes we specialise in residential and specialised nursing care for people living with dementia.  The homes are designed and operated to provide safe, calm environments in which our residents feel at home.  Carefully chosen signs, pictures, decor and objects provide clues around the home which help to make sense to a person living with dementia.

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