• Hope
    On a recent visit to a sick kids ward I had the pleasure to be engaged by a mesmerising smile, glinting eyes and affectionately happy communication which comprised of no words. I was sucked in with an overwhelming sense of warmth, happiness and contentment that was coursing through my veins.…
    Written on Wednesday, 25 July 2018 16:35 Read 1113 times
  • Education Gap for Disabled Young Adults
    Education Gap for Disabled Young Adults Children go through school and typically have choices when they either reach 16, 17, or 18 and look at apprenticeships, college and further eductaion, university, or, full time employment.  They have the ability to continue their education with accredited courses which fill qualification gaps…
    Written on Friday, 19 May 2017 15:51 Read 873 times
  • Setting up a Trust to protect a Disabled Dependant.
    How easy is this and could it be easier? The answer it appears relatively straight forward or that is how it is positioned but the reality is do not expect it to be cheap, simple or quick and be prepared for some challenges in establishing the trust terms how you…
    Written on Wednesday, 04 October 2017 12:48 Read 873 times
  • What are Direct Payments?
    What are Direct Payments? Direct payments are a cash enablement for a recipient, after social work assessment to source and pay for a personal carer arranging their own care package directly with a supplier. Who can get a direct payment? After assessment and subject to the determination the Council will…
    Written on Saturday, 20 May 2017 09:25 Read 865 times
  • Support for the Disabled
    Support for the Disabled At ICRIT Healthcare we understand that being disabled does not mean that you have restricted access to services, activities or the community and we will support individuals with appropriately trained staff who all have completed relevant in-house and national training for specific conditions. Disabilities can be…
    Written on Saturday, 20 May 2017 09:31 Read 796 times
  • Homelessness and the Impact on Bed Releases at NHS
    One of the greatest pressures on the NHS is the integration of Social and Health Care and ensuring that individuals who have had a need to be in hospital can be released knowing that appropriate care is in place. This is very evident when it is a homeless individual as…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 November 2017 14:40 Read 1032 times
  • Housing for Individuals with Additional Support Needs
    All individuals deserve the right to live independently if it is what they aspire to do. One of the challenges is always ensuring that appropriate care can be provided whether a couple of hours a week, a day or even more full time care provision. For those individuals with Additional…
    Written on Wednesday, 29 November 2017 14:40 Read 948 times
  • Caring and Supporting an Elderly Relative during Cold Weather
    Caring and Supporting an Elderly Relative during Cold Weather The following are some handy tips to consider in cold weather when you have an elderly relative or neighbour.  We can also provide an adhoc support plan for your relative. Make sure they have suitable clothing and wear layers. Check the…
    Written on Friday, 19 May 2017 17:15 Read 899 times
  • What makes a good carer?
    What makes a good carer? We are always asked this question as we have various clients who have complex and challenging care needs but equally they have varied priorities.  Also their families and relatives have their own criteria of what they want ICRIT Healthcare to deliver but equally our referral…
    Written on Friday, 19 May 2017 17:18 Read 849 times
  • Support for the Elderly
    Support for the Elderly We understand that once individuals get to a certain age some of the regular day to day tasks can become challenging and often demoralising for the individual as they struggle to undertake housework chores.  The overall well being of these individuals is quite often improved by…
    Written on Saturday, 20 May 2017 09:23 Read 847 times
  • ICRIT Healthcare and Supporting Hospital Discharges
    ICRIT Healthcare and Supporting Hospital Discharges GREAT NEWS! Your relative is ready to come home is really positive news. On further discussion the elation turns to despair on how you will be able to provide the care needed. This could be someone who already benefits from a care plan and…
    Written on Saturday, 20 May 2017 09:34 Read 835 times
  • Support for Younger People
    Support for Younger People At ICRIT Healthcare we often get contacted to provide support for younger people enabling them to access the community, events and activities.  Typically these clients are in receipt of Direct Payments for a small number of hours a week.  The individuals often do not have complex…
    Written on Saturday, 20 May 2017 09:32 Read 826 times

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