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Supportive care, whatever your needs

By Friday, 28 November 2014 16:44 0

HOW many of us have come here to live out our retirement, but are finding it increasingly hard to manage on our own?

How many of us miss the support network of family from UK?

Do you sometimes think that residential care back in UK may be an ever more likely option?

Have you (or your partner) suffered a disability or illness that makes life here increasingly difficult?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then we have an answer. Many people don’t even realise that there are English speaking residential facilities here on the coast that are competent, reliable, friendly and affordable.

Perhaps one aspect of residential care that many may not be aware of, is that residential care need not be permanent. We know it is a big step to consider, and we can always offer a trial period to see if it would be the right thing for you. We are happy to offer advice and help to suit your needs.

We at COSTA CARE S.L. can offer a flexible service, which includes British-trained nurses to encourage independent living either in full-time residential care OR care within your own home.

Nurses work to the high standard set by the NMC (the nursing council in the UK) and provide a combination of both expertise and a caring attitude. CARELINK S.L. also offer a community nursing service for clients in the comfort of their own home.

We can provide a FREE health needs assessment check, prior to the commencement of any care package, with NO obligation.

Our services are wide ranging and include interpreting and assistance with doctor and hospital appointments as well as nurses or carers for your home health care or practical needs.

Whatever your needs, flexibility is the key, and with the back up of a legal company with well-qualified and reliable staff, we can accommodate most requests.

If you have any questions, or simply wish to chat about your options, please call us.

COSTA CARE S.L. www.costacare-spain.com Tel/Fax: 952 560 718 24 hour emergency number: 605 483 868

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