Specialist nursing care in Whitby, Ellesmere Port
Cheshire Springs is a specialist care home in Ellesmere Port for adults living with complex and high acuity needs.
Cheshire Springs complex needs care home in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, specialises in supporting adults living with complex mental health needs and neuro-disabilities including Huntington's disease and Parkinson's disease.
Our Nurse-led team has the skills and expertise to support people with complex needs including prolonged disorders of consciousness and behaviours of concern, and those who require tracheostomies, ventilators and PEG feeding tubes.
We support people on their rehabilitation journey from hospital or living in a secure setting to community-based living. We also provide long term support for people living with degenerative or life-limiting illnesses.
Health care jobs in Whitby, Ellesmere Port
Working in health and social care is extremely rewarding and gives you stable and secure employment. A career with Exemplar Health Care offers just that, as well as exclusive rewards, excellent benefits and great career progression opportunities.
We’re recruiting for a range of health care jobs in Whitby, Ellesmere Port, including Health Care Assistants, Registered Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and other health care roles. So, whatever your skills and experience, there’s a role at Exemplar Health Care for you.
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Complex care at Cheshire Springs
As a specialist care home, Cheshire Springs has the expertise to support adults whose placements have previously failed.
Across Exemplar Health Care, our high staffing levels allow us to build trust and work at the pace of the individual, which leads to improved person-centred and longer-term outcomes.
Many of the people we support are deemed to display behaviours that are ‘too complex’ for mainstream nursing and care providers.
For many of our service users, we’re successful in achieving a significant reduction in behaviours of concern and use of observations within 12 weeks of stay.