Physical Disability Care

A physical disability, innate or acquired, profoundly impacts a person’s quality of life at any age, often presenting challenges in mobility, accessibility, and social participation. Therefore, getting the right support is essential in overcoming these obstacles.

Access to suitable healthcare, adaptive tools, inclusive education, transportation, and a supportive social network can significantly enhance independence and self-worth. This comprehensive support empowers individuals to navigate their limitations and contributes to a more inclusive society that respects and values everyone’s abilities, allowing everyone to flourish.

What Type of Care Can You Expect With Physical Disability Support?

Individuals with physical disabilities like Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injuries, Amputation, Spina Bifida, and Musculoskeletal injuries encounter reduced functionality and challenges in daily activities. It’s vital they have access to specialised care to improve their quality of life.

This care may include support for enhanced mobility and task independence, speech and language support for certain conditions that may prevent effective communication, and general assistance to help achieve as much independence as possible. Emotional and psychological support is also key in addressing related mental health challenges. With an independent Hub Care Personal Assistant, our goal is to introduce PAs who can provide all the necessary support, helping individuals live fulfilling lives and navigate their conditions’ obstacles.

Common Symptoms

Mobility Issues
Visual Impairment
Hearing loss

How a Hub Personal Assistant can help the patient:

A Hub Personal Assistant (PA) can hugely ease the challenges of living with a physical disability. Offering tailored physical disability support for daily activities and personal care, a Hub PA promotes normalcy and inclusivity. They can facilitate social outings and liaise with healthcare professionals, providing reliable and adaptable care whenever required.

This assistance often increases independence and confidence for those with physical disabilities by being available and responsive to changing needs. In addition, having the ability to choose from our list of approved carers, an independent Hub PA can create a customised care plan and build a strong relationship that reassures their service users, reducing stress and significantly boosting their overall quality of life.

How a Hub Personal Assistant can help the family: 

Choosing a Hub Personal Assistant (PA) for a relative or friend with a physical disability can dramatically lighten the responsibilities of family members. By entrusting their care to a QCAS-approved professional, concerns about their well-being or quality of life can be alleviated.

A Hub PA provides high-quality, dependable care tailored to the individual’s needs, ensuring they live as independently as possible. This approach not only enhances the life of the person with the disability but also gives valuable time and peace of mind back to family members who may have been providing care. This support means less stress, more personal freedom, and reassurance knowing their loved one is in good hands.

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