Frequently Asked Questions
How do you create a bespoke care plan?
The first step to creating your bespoke care plan is to have an initial consultation (Contact Us). This is usually a face-to-face discussion that happens in your home, though it can also take place in a hotel, a hospital, or a nursing home. We’ll always visit at your convenience and will let you know in advance how long the consultation should last. Family members, representatives or healthcare professionals can also be present for the meeting.
During the consultation we’ll want to find out as much as we can about your health and wellness needs, your lifestyle, any domestic requirements you have, and your interests and hobbies. Because everybody is different, we’ll also discuss your preferences to find out how you like things done.
The main aim of this consultation is for us to understand what’s important to you. From here, we’ll create your bespoke care plan, which sets out what kind of care you need, how often, and over what duration. We then handpick the staff who are best suited to you and give them bespoke training based on your specific needs and requirements.
Can you provide live-in staff?
Yes, it’s possible to have any number of live-in staff, depending on your requirements.
We’ll discuss these requirements with you during your initial consultation and will create your bespoke care plan based on this.
Where in the UK do you provide care?
We do our best to provide care for people throughout the United Kingdom. In more remote or rural areas, we may need to recruit staff especially, depending on the location and the level of care required.
Do you provide care in countries other than the UK?
We can provide short-term care for international clients travelling to the UK, and also for UK-based clients who need to travel abroad for a trip or holiday.
If you are not a UK resident and would like Knightsbridge Care in your home country, get in touch to discuss whether we can help you.
To date Knightsbridge Care has virus free status for both clients and staff since the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been achieved by:
• Thorough risk assessments of clients and staff
• Provision of the appropriate Personal protective equipment
• Providing vitamin D to our staff who maybe at increased risk from the virus
• Providing additional staff supervision and emotional support to concerned relatives
• Valuing our staff
If you have any concerns or require additional information regarding our response to the virus please contact us.