Today Boris Johnson gave his opening statement as the new Prime Minister of the UK. Again Boris Johnson stated that funding will be made available to the NHS and funding will go to the NHS front line services, he also stated that 20 hospitals will be upgraded.
However the agenda of debate at the House Commons soon turned to foreign affairs and Brexit. Over the past few weeks we have been talking about the possible negative affects Brexit has been having on the health and social care sector in the UK filtering down to Wales and Cardiff.
We have 98 days until October 31st, the date extended to the UK and deadline to leave the EU. These 98 days will be interesting days ahead but we can all only hope that a deal can be reached or know whether it is going to be a no-deal outcome, whichever the outcome we are here to tell you that ProCare Nursing will always continue to improve care standards from our own agency.
ProCare Nursing are an award winning agency improving standards in the health and social care sector
ProCare Nursing are here to always provide the highest care standards to its service users no matter what the Brexit outcome. Even when home affairs come back into focus and social care services are the topic of focus ProCare Nursing will still be delivering high quality care.
We are an award winning agency and have award winning care support workers. Sara Well’s is one of our senior Care Support Workers and is qualified to work with people who have Mental Health conditions, Sara also works with people who have dementia. In 2017 Sara won the category for “Excellence in Dementia Care Award” at the Wales Care Awards, here is Sara pictured with her award furthest right.
If you have any care requirements then get in touch we are here to help you with any care queries you have. It does not matter what the requirements of care you have we can help, we have a number of packages that can help, if you need two hours care a week we can provide for that need, if you need care for a full day or even twenty four hours a day seven days a week we can provide for that need.
We train all of our care support workers in-house and are regularly updated with any new training in care that becomes available. Here are a few photos of one of our training courses underway from our in-house facility teaching restraining techniques.
These care courses only help improve the standards of care we provide our service users.
Whatever happens in the political atmosphere we will always endeavour to provide care to the highest standards. We have over 20 years experience doing just that. We work with many health organisations in Wales and for local authority ensuring all of their care needs are met.