179-181 Lower Richmond Road
Richmond upon Thames
People who suffer from long-term, life-threatening or disabling health conditions often require Complex Care. These conditions can include cancer, traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury, neurological diseases, respiratory illnesses and a wide range of other disorders.
We strive to create an environment where clients can live safely and comfortably at home without the need for specialist residential care.
Care for Adults, Young adults and Children with Complex Needs
Leading Providers of Adult and Children Complex Care in London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Hounslow.
Carers have an important role to play in the delivery of complex care for adults, especially those with chronic health conditions and disabilities.
At Caremark Richmond, we understand that every individual is unique, and their care needs can vary greatly. That’s why we specialise in providing complex care and support services tailored to meet the specific requirements of our clients. With our wealth of experience, award-winning service, and exceptional team, we are committed to delivering the highest standard of care and support to individuals in and around Richmond Borough.
Experience You Can Trust
With years of experience in the home care industry, Caremark Richmond has established itself as a reliable and trusted provider of complex care services. Our team of dedicated professionals has extensive expertise in supporting individuals with a wide range of conditions. We take pride in our ability to adapt and provide personalised care plans that address the unique needs and challenges of each person we support.
Our dedicated team at Caremark Richmond has experience in supporting individuals with a diverse range of conditions, including:
- Acquired brain Injury (ABI)
- Traumatic Brain injury (TBI)
- Road Traffic Collison care
- Spinal injuries
- Learning disabilities Physical disabilities
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Physical health conditions
- Cerebral Palsy Care
- PEG feeding
- Neurological conditions
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Neurodevelopmental conditions
- Sensory impairments Mental health conditions
- All dementia types
- Respite care
- End-of-life/palliative care
- Behaviours that challenge