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Continence Care

Providing trained support workers and nurses for client’s requiring continence care

People can require support with continence care, for wide ranging reasons.  It is known that people with long-term physical, neurological problems and learning disabilities are more likely to encounter problems with continence or access difficulties (source: RCN).

Superior Healthcare’s team are trained to support people in accordance with the Royal College of Nursing’s ‘6Cs’:

  • Be Compassionate. Incontinence can be a sensitive issue for patients to discuss and uncomfortable to deal with on a day to-day basis.
  • Manage a patient’s continence needs Competently.
  • Communicate effectively to enable the person to get their needs and wants met.
  • Be Courageous. Overcome your own issues and concerns about supporting a person with incontinence.
  • Make a Commitment to manage and support the person the best way you can using all your knowledge and skills.
  • Meet the Care challenges of incontinence head on.

(source: Royal College of Nursing)

How we can help

Superior Healthcare’s trained carers, support workers and nurses will, as part of your wider care package, support your continence needs and we can assist you with procedures including:

  • Catheter care
  • Bladder washouts

These procedures are overseen by our lead nurses and working with our clients’ wider team of healthcare professionals.

Quality assurance

  • Superior Healthcare is regulated and rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission.
  • We work closely with specialist hospitals including the Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ and the Royal Brompton Hospital.
  • We employ a team of trained carers, support workers and registered nurses who are managed by our team of Lead Nurses.
  • Superior Healthcare has up to date safeguarding and whistleblowing policies and deliver training to all members of our team.