Reablement Care

Caring, with a passion for high standards and attention to detail”

Our team of personal care assistants are fully trained to support you to maintain a lifestyle of your choosing

The Care Manager has gone above and beyond his job description for us to ensure that my children don’t miss out on school. I now have a PA from Chelmscare to enable my family to have good continuity of care”.

Miss Kearns

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Reablement Care

Our Reablement Care Package is a form of short-term, intensive care and support provided to individuals who may have experienced a decline in their ability to carry out daily activities due to illness, injury, or disability. The primary goal of reablement care is to help people regain their independence and functional abilities so that they can continue to live safely and comfortably in their own homes.

Here are some key points about reablement care:


Our Reablement Care Package typically begins with an assessment of the individual’s needs, abilities, and goals. A Person Centred Care Plan is the developed based on the outcome of this assessment to provide personalized support.

Short-term Focus:  

Reablement care is generally intended to be a short-term intervention, usually lasting for a few weeks or up to a few months, depending on the individual’s progress. Our aim is to help the individual to regain their abilities and reduce their reliance on care services.


After establishing the individual baseline, we will set and agree specific goals with the individual, such as relearning to dress themselves, cook, or use the bathroom independently. Our Person-Centred Care Plan will then be designed to help the individual achieve these goals.

Support Services:

Our Reablement Care Package include a range of services, such as assistance with personal care (bathing, dressing, grooming), mobility support, meal preparation, medication management, and emotional support.

Training and Education:

In addition to providing hands-on care, reablement services often involve training and education. This could include teaching the individual new techniques, exercises, or strategies to improve their abilities.

Regular Monitoring and Assessment:

We will monitor progress closely throughout the reablement period, and the individual Person Centred Care Plan will be adjusted as needed to address changing needs and goals.

Multi-disciplinary Team:

Reablement care may involve a team of healthcare professionals, including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social workers, and home care aides, who work together to provide holistic support. We will coordinate and facilitate every health professional visit to ensure that the set goal is achieved in time.


Reablement care is often seen as a cost-effective alternative to long-term, ongoing care. By focusing on regaining independence, individuals may require fewer long-term care services.

Person – Centred Approach

Our approach to reablement care is Person-Centred with a focus on empowering the individual to take an active role in their own care and recovery.

Our Reablement Care Package is designed to be a positive and empowering experience for individuals who may be struggling with daily activities due to health challenges. It aims to help them regain their confidence and abilities and maintain their quality of life in their own homes.

What our service users say about us

Our flexible and unique approach to homecare service will enable you to receive the extra help and support you need in the comfort of your own home.

I have been disabled for near on 70 years having contracted polio when I was only 6 months old. In the last year not only have I lost my Wife but also my independence. Its no easy to accept that you need care…

Mr Powell

The Care Manager has gone above and beyond his job description for us to ensure that my children don’t miss out on school. I now have a PA from Chelmscare to enable my family to have good continuity of care”.

Miss Kearns

Chelmscare has been amazing with my husband who was a cancer patient. I couldn’t have asked for a better care company to have provided care for him They are the type of company who don’t see caring as a job but as a duty of care…

Mrs Obote