Sokho Community Care Services
Sokho Community Care Services offers skilled care to support clients to achieve their optimum state of health and wellbeing.
The service was set up and delivered by myself (Norma Mutambirwa). I have worked in care since 2005 within a variety of roles from being a carer through to management positions and currently, I am training as a mental health nurse.
All individuals using the service will be respected, their dignity will be upheld at all times. Including support through personal decision making choices, individuals information kept in confidential at all times.
Sokho Community Care Support Services supports a range of people with varying needs including: older people, adults, young adults (16+), people with long term health conditions, dementia, Alzheimer’s, learning and physical disabilities.
· Personal care
· Medication support
· Collecting repeat prescriptions
· Attending medical appointments, community activities or events
· Going out for a walk together
· Household chores such as preparing meals.
· Staying with you for few hours if family needs to go out.
· Providing a sleep in or wake in nights shift
The service operates in Central Bedfordshire covering the Shefford, Stotfold, Arseley, Langford, Henlow and surrounding areas
· Diploma in Health and Social Care NVQ Level 5 leading into management.
· Currently Training as a Mental Health Nurse, University of Hertfordshire
Last Updated: 3rd May, 2023
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I have been through the Community Catalysts programme in Central Bedfordshire - 24/03/2021 Community Catalysts runs a local development programme in the area where this entrepreneur is operating that offers help, advice and support to local people. As part of this programme this enterprise/venture has signed up to the Doing It Right Standards. This does not mean that they have been accredited or approved in any way by the local council or by Community Catalysts and people should continue to do their own checks.