Bespoke enables individuals with spinal injuries and associated conditions to be safely cared for at home by a highly competent team.

Bespoke enables individuals with brain injuries and associated conditions to be safely cared for at home by a highly competent team.

Bespoke enables individuals with physical disabilities to have all of their needs considered. Our carers not only work with individuals to care for their physical needs, but they also ensure that social needs are taken into consideration.

Bespoke only places carers who have been specifically chosen by the individual. This process is particularly welcomed by individuals with learning disabilities, due to some conditions leaving them wary of new faces and the dislike of ‘change’.

Bespoke enables individuals with mental health conditions to be safely cared for at home by a highly competent team. With a large network of care workers across the country, be assured you are in safe professional hands.

Bespoke provides care for children with complex health and social care needs, supporting children of all ages from infancy to adulthood, both within their own home, the local community and within educational facilities.

CASE STUDY: GNM

GNM was referred to us from a local CCG back in 2017, at the age of 7. Not only was he a new referral, he was also new to the country, as the whole family moved to the UK from Brazil (Mum, Dad, Sister and GNM).

CASE STUDY: PL

PL is gentleman in his 60’s who following a car accident over 25 years ago sustained a traumatic spinal cord injury resulting in C4 tetraplegia. He is unable to move or feel any sensation in his limbs from his shoulders down.

CASE STUDY: PHB

All of the individuals who we support came to Bespoke, frustrated with their previous provider.

CASE STUDY: B

Individual B is a 1 year old baby who was born prematurely at 35 weeks and had trachea-oesophageal fistula repair on day 2 of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you eligible for NHS continuing care?

To be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, your main or primary need for care must relate to your health. For example, people who are eligible are likely to: have a complex medical condition that requires a lot of care and support.

How to assess your eligibility?

To decide if you’re eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, your care needs will be assessed by a health or social care professional. If the assessment confirms that you’re eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, the NHS will pay for your care.

Where is NHS CHC provided?

If you are eligible, you can receive NHS continuing healthcare in any setting, for example: in your own home: the NHS will pay for healthcare, such as services from a community nurse or specialist therapist, and personal care, such as help with bathing, dressing, and laundry.

CONTACT DETAILS

  • First Floor Suite, Shire Hall, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
  • Head office main number: - 0115 857 2928

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Finance department EXT: 2
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Email: [email protected].

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