Specialist care

Supporting individuals with complex conditions

GoodOaks care professionals are able to provide specialist care for people diagnosed with complex conditions, for example Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, neurological conditions and end of life care.

Specialist care professionals have received additional training and are skilled in meeting patients’ needs. The care team liaises with your wider care team of GP’s, physiotherapists and other medical experts to ensure your care is personalised and centred around you.

What personal care professionals can help you with

Round-the-clock monitoring and support

Night cover

Assistance with taking and reordering medication

Medication assistance

Keeping your home clean and tidy

Meal preparation

Spending time with you so you don’t feel alone


Running errands and organising grocery shopping


Support with personal hygiene and dressing


Eileen’s Case Study

Specialist home care

Eileen had complex care needs and her family were looking for round-the-clock care for her at home. They needed someone who understood Eileen’s needs and who could give her the care she needed throughout the day and night.

GoodOaks worked with Eileen’s daughter to produce a care plan shaped around her requirements. GoodOaks’ aim was to match Eileen with a highly experienced care professional who had additional training in specialist care. We matched the family with Paula who had a huge amount of experience and understanding of Eileen’s specific needs. Paula moved in with the family on a live-in basis and was able to fulfil the role, catering for Eileen’s complex needs.

Paula continues to work with the family who are feeling a lot less anxious knowing that Eileen’s care is being handled professionally. 

“ We felt a huge amount of relief as soon as Paula came to stay. She anticipated exactly what Eileen needed and had the skills to undertake the best care for her.’

Laura – Eileen’s daughter

What our clients say

Find out more about homecare

Specialist care refers to care services that are provided to people with specific needs that aren’t covered under general care. We provide specialist care to people with medical issues, whether they be mental health or physical health conditions. Our care professionals have been given training in areas such as dementia care, after-stroke care, learning disabilities and physical disabilities.

Specialist care is for anyone whose care requirements go beyond what is normally expected from a live-in or visiting carer. So, if you have limited mobility, physical or learning disabilities, a medical condition which affects your quality of life and hinders your ability to look after yourself or any other issues that require a specialist approach, we can help.

Yes, all of our specialist care givers have been appropriately trained to deal with complex care issues, are Dignity in Care registered and are regulated by the CQC.