Mild-Moderate Mental Health Care Support

Mental Health

A mild mental health problem is best described as when a person has a small number of symptoms that have a limited effect on their daily life. On the other hand, a moderate mental health problem is when a person has more symptoms that can make their daily life much more difficult than usual.

The Service Users we care for may have a range of mild-moderate mental health conditions that include: depression, generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder just to name a few.

The Personal Assistant support services enable the Service Users to be as independent as possible receiving support only when necessary. We help them keep their homes tidy, address own personal hygiene needs, attend social functions, attend GP/hospital appointments, pick up prescriptions, take medication through prompting, pursue their interests and much more.

There is no limit to the support that can be provided to make a difference and enhance people’s lives.

We are here to help…