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Specialist Care

We cover a wide range of specialist care. Find the right care for your loved one and get in touch with us to arrange care.

Our Specialist Care

Mumby’s provides award-winning and outstanding CQC-rated live-in care. Our services extend from companion and elderly care to a wide range of specialist care for those with chronic or long-term health conditions.

Here you can find information about the types of care we provide.

Type of Specialist Care

Clients often come to us for support after an operation to aid their recovery and to negate feelings of vulnerability.

Our couples care offers a cost-effective and often preferred care option for couples wishing to continue to live together in the comfort of their own home.

When families find themselves in need of urgent help, we offer emergency care at speed. Situations when this arises include falls, unexpected illnesses or being let down by a current carer.

All family carers need some rest to recharge their batteries. Our respite care is a short-term care solution that allows carers to take a break in the knowledge that their loved one has the professional care they need.

Complex care

We care for people with complex and specialist care needs that span a wide spectrum of conditions and requirements. These include dementia, acquired brain injuries, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease (MND), spinal cord injuries, respiratory ailments like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis, and those requiring palliative care and end-of-life support.

90% of our clients have some form of dementia. As specialists and experts in dementia and Alzheimer’s care, clients receive outstanding and one-to-one around-the-clock support. Our carers understand and have the patience and compassion to stay calm in all situations, using innovative tools to help clients to feel safe and happy.

Mumby’s complex care team provides person-centred, adaptive, and responsive care. They prioritise each client’s needs, preferences, and goals of each client, collaborate with healthcare professionals, and adapt to changing needs and circumstances.

Our specialist care carers receive high-quality tailored training that includes nurse-led practices that equips them with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide specialised support for a wide range of complex care needs.