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Embec Care is owned by Dawn Jackson R.N.M.H. CertHSC, CertMgmt [HSC] who has in excess of 20 years nursing and care management experience.

Dawn has worked and managed in a variety of award winning settings including Community Care, Day Services, Stroke Rehabilitation, Falls Prevention, Learning Difficulties, Mental Health and Elderly Care in both the voluntary and public sectors. 

Dawn Jackson is the Responsible Individual



About Us                                            
Embec Care was established in 2007 and is a community based care company offering a variety of services including Domiciliary Care, Day Opportunities and Live in Care Services.

We are registered with Care Quality Commission (CQC) our governning body also working along side Investors in People who help the company provide support to all our staff. We are also members of the West Midlands Care Association, United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA) and Health Watch.

The Governments own Governing body the Care Quality Commission has rated Embec Care as one of the best providers of care in the area. Please see our latest report outlining their positive feed.
Links to both of these organisations can be found at the bottom of this page.

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The Great British Care Awards

In 2016, Embec Care were regional finalists in two categories of Great British Care Awards and on the 24th of November the nominated staff went to the Great British Care Awards at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham and had a fantastic time. We're incredibly proud of our staff and we are also proud to have been noticed and been considered for these awards. Embec Care also received an award for 'the best employer' and have been put forward to the National Finals.

In 2013, Embec Care were finalists in three categories of Great British Care Awards and on the 1st of October the nominated staff went to the Great British Care Awards at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull and had a fantastic time. We're incredibly proud of our staff and we are also proud to have been noticed and been considered for these awards.


Embec Care Endeavours to Ensure

• The provision of services and support;                                                         
• Public Education and Social Advocacy;
• Innovate and deliver new services;
• Partnership and co-operation with local
agencies.
A professional level of support for service users and their families

The Mission Statement

Embec Care aims to deliver a variety of care services to adults within the community that will exceed their expectations. The care will enable the individual to remain in there own home and live as independently as possible. Embec Care will also support individuals where appropriate to claim benefit
Embec Care will promote enablement,provide suitably trained staff to deliver care services whilst maintaining high levels of quality care.

Our Vision

To provide the very best services available at the most affordable cost to the service user.










Our Mission

To provide older people with a range of services which exceed their expectations.

Statement of Values

Enabling - Embec Care endeavours to enable people to make informed decisions about there lives.
Dynamic - Embec Care are effective and driven by customer needs.
Caring - We are passionate about what we do and aim to support people at home.
Expect - Embec Care is owned and managed by a qualified nurse who has had 20 years experience in care.

Services and Support

Embec Care services are targeted at people who experience relative disadvantage as a result of frailty, illness or disability.

Some of the services are designed to provide practical support to people living in their own homes, enabling independent living as much as possible, also minimising risks to their health and safety and to sustain their independence.

For many older people independence does not mean doing everything for themselves, but with a degree of support. Threats to independence include bereavement, deteriorating health, losing mobility, poverty and feeling a burden to others.

Staying independent often incurs additional spending whether its paying for small maintenance jobs or having a call alarm. Knowing where to go or who to ask for help can be a major hurdle to remaining independent. Embec Care will endeavour to make this process as easy as possible.

But the independence of people is not the only priority. At least of equal importance are the emotional well-being and social integration of people. Independent older people may be isolated, lonely and miserable, lacking in confidence and self-esteem, with little to look forward to. Embec Care will endeavour to offer value for service and support the person to lead a fulfilling life. Emphasis is on working with and enabling people to retain a sense of control over their own lives.

Embec Care Services value older people as active participants, who retain the right and ability to direct their own lives; and who can seize and use opportunity. The desired outcomes of our services place the emphasis on how people feel about their lives and themselves, rather than on physical functioning and task performance.
 

Governing Body
 
Embec Care adheres to the standards as set by the Care Quality Commission 03000 616 161
Their web site:www.cqc.org.uk
Our page: http://www.cqc.org.uk/directory/1-562133340



The United Kingdom Home care Association Ltd (UKHCA) is the representative association for domiciliary care and home nursing providers in the independent, voluntary, statutory and not-for-profit sectors. The Association aims to promote the highest standards of service and to foster the exchange of information and ideas between its members. All UKHCA members agree to abide by the Association’s Code of Practice.

Their web site: www.ukhca.co.uk