Providing Bespoke Personalised Care.
To Give You and Your Loved Ones Peace of Mind and Security about Making Decisions about your Care.
Supporting You to Make the Right Care Decisions at the Right Time.
Providing independent care advice and guidance.
Source, locate and negotiate with care providers of good quality care or accommodation.
Offer personal assistance and practical help to save precious time and lighten the load.
If You Don’t Have Someone Close.
If Your Loved Ones Live Too Far Away .
“Two thirds of people never consider old age care”
The Daily Telegraph
After 30 years spent within adult health and social care, as a practitioner through to working at senior management level, I was motivated to set up my practice after the considerable strain our Local Authority adult social care services are under, even before the Covid pandemic. I felt the frustration from those trying to FindGoodCare and the efforts in trying to prevent the need for care from escalating, only really getting the help in an emergency or when it’s too late, and as a result the right decisions not always being made in the process.
The only way to realistically achieve a bespoke and personalised service is by getting an experienced professional with integrity to get to know the person over time, and to get to know someone takes time. From my knowledge and experience I have been able to put together a comprehensive care practice for those who want to be enabled to make the right decisions about their care at the moment it is needed, without delay.
Checked by the Police Disclosure and Debarring Service copies available on request..
Tina Waas BA (HONS) SOC.C.Q.S.W
“There are 800,000 older people who need care but do not receive it from the state”
To only act with the consent of the person being cared for or if mentally incapacitated, to do so under the guiding principles and practice of the Mental Capacity Act or as a professional attorney or deputy for Health and Welfare.
To always report back to you or your loved one.
To minimise the risk of transmission of infection.
To demonstrate my credentials as an independent social worker and best interest assessor, professionally qualified, professionally registered, police checked, holding public liability and professional indemnity insurance, demonstrating professional integrity.
To keep your personal information safe and in line with GDPR 2018.
To report to the authorities if you are not safe or at risk.
It’s making time for “golden moments” with residents, where they just sit and chat or hold their hands.
“Your advice was incredibly helpful and it certainly took a lot of stress out of the decision making process. If ever I come across someone else in my predicament, I will be sure to refer them to you!” MO’D St. Johns Wood
“Thanks again so much for your advice and help.” CA Twickenham
“Thank you so much for your help and confidence building in me” CC of Kingston
“Many thanks for the information.” DW Kingston
“I have found Tina extremely valuable, reliable and trustworthy who has an extensive knowledge base and has helped me with paperwork and making choices.” MB Chiswick
“You were so kind and helpful. Thank you for helping me get the ball rolling.” CC North Kingston
“I have known Tina personally for over 10 years and found her responsible, honest and trustworthy”
I have no hesitation in writing this testimonial and can recommend Tina as a reliable person who cares about providing a good service.”
Andrea Driffield (retired social worker), Bournemouth, Dorset.
“The Care Act 2014 is the biggest change
in social care in more than 60 years”
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My independent, professional trust and integrity.
A free introduction and initial assessment to see if we are a ‘good fit’ for each other.
Regular visits so that we can get to know each other and I can find out and understand your needs or that of your loved one.
The opportunity to present your life story for posterity and for those that may be caring for you.
Co-ordinate your care.
Explain to you the financial thresholds to local authority provision and explain the national eligibility criteria for care and support provision.
If mentally incapacitated in relation to your care arrangements act either as a professional Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare or act on the instructions of your Health and Welfare attorney.
I can act as a certificate provider for your Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Identify your care requirements and preferences and source care at home including day and respite care or alternatives to care at home such as retirement villages, private care sheltered accommodation, residential or nursing care if or when the time comes.
Refer to specialists, therapists and clinicians when required.
Respond promptly to an emergency whether it is a fall, an hospital admission, an unexpected loss of a loved one or an illness.
Attend meetings in relation to your care and health with you or on your behalf.
Liaise with those involved in your care and health.
Always report back to you or your loved one.
Plan, oversee and co-ordinate a change of accommodation including participating in the handover of care and undertake regular reviews of the new accommodation and care arrangements.
Quality assure the care and report my views on the standard of care you are receiving and achieve changes if needed.
Saves Time and Money.
Subscription to the Care Practice from £550 – £850.00 per month
Support to You, Your Loved One, GP’s and Solicitors Providing Mental Capacity Assessments for Will Signing, Certificate Providing under Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship: £350
Sourcing, Locating, Negotiating Care Provision, Challenging Continuing Health Care Decisions or Providing Advice and Guidance to Support Your Care Journey: £350 for up to 7 hours.
Free no obligation hour long consultation to discuss your needs and to signpost you in the right direction.