Multiple Sclerosis care at home

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive condition that affects the central nervous system, specifically the spinal cord and brain. It can affect people in different ways. At Cavendish Homecare, we are experts at providing multiple sclerosis care in London for clients who wish to be cared for in their own homes.

Our dedicated team understand the complexities of each individual client and our personalised approach empowers our clients to manage symptoms and maintain independence.

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Why Choose Us?

Choosing Cavendish Homecare for specialised multiple sclerosis homecare means that you will be provided a dedicated team of nurses and carers who have extensive expertise in managing MS. We understand that MS can be unpredictable. Thus, we are able to provide flexible and responsive support help you maintain the highest quality of care. As there are different kinds of MS and varying degrees of requirements, our team will plan for your different care needs, lifestyle and routines.

Our comprehensive approach in managing MS will not only manage its symptoms but provide emotional support for you and your loved ones. The goal is to enhance your quality of life, promoting independence and peace of mind to you and your loved ones, knowing that you have a skilled nursing or caring team by your side.

Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

The treatment of MS will depend on the specific symptoms each person has at each stage of the disease. Treatments can range from oral medication to injectable and infusion treatments. Sometimes, these treatments can cause flare-ups or infections. Our carers and nurses are trained to understand how treatments can impact you. The team will support you every step of the way and adopt a flexible and supportive approach to your care, while recognising the unpredictable pattern of the side effects.

Our Service Includes:

  • Managing and administering medication
  • Personal care
  • Emotional support for you and your loved ones
  • Monitoring your symptoms
  • Managing the side effects of treatment
  • Collaboration with your multidisciplinary team
  • Highly skilled nurses and carers as you require
  • Respite care for your primary care givers
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Frequently Asked Questions

A MS diagnosis will mean that you will be facing the need for long-term care. Most people diagnosed with MS would prefer to stay in the comfort of their home, this is because moving can cause stress, have routines imposed on how you and could result in moving further from your loves ones. Multiple sclerosis homecare will allow you to continue living the way you want to live whilst benefitting from care provided that can enhance your quality of life.

MS care plans are comprehensive and personalised as it aims to manage the condition’s complex and fluctuating nature. The care plan’s components can include some of the following:

  • Recognising and assessing symptoms
  • Monitoring the disease’s progression
  • Managing symptoms
  • Promoting bladder and bowel control

Each care plan will involve managing each individual’s changing needs based on their specific symptoms. disease progression and overall health.

Caring for someone with MS will involve a person-centred, proactive and holistic approach to be able to address evolving needs to ensure highest possible quality of life. This will include following a medication routine, encouraging physical activity, assisting with other daily tasks, providing emotional support, learning about the stages of MS and advocating for their needs.

Self-care for MS will focus on managing symptoms, maintaining mental and physical health and enhancing overall well-being.

Eating well is important for anyone with a chronic condition like MS. Ensure that you have a nutritious and balanced diet that works well for you can make a difference for many living with MS.

It can be easy to isolate yourself when you start facing the physical symptoms of MS. However, ensuring that you are staying socially active and maintaining contact with your loved ones can help alleviate depression and benefits cognition.

Your care provider should provide reliable, responsive, flexible care due to the fluctuating nature of the disease. You should also receive a support package that is tailored to meeting your needs. The care provider would also need to be able to work together with other healthcare professionals that are involved in your care and be able to understand MS and how it can progress.

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The enquiry process - What to expect

Initial Enquiry

Initial Enquiry

The prospective client or someone acting on their behalf makes an initial enquiry. This can be via a phone call, a call back request or submitting an enquiry form via email. The enquiry is picked up by the office team who will gather the required information and then pass it through to one of our nurse managers

Call Back from Nurse Manager

Call Back from Nurse Manager

One of the experienced nurse managers will give you a call back to discuss the needs in more detail and to provide their expert recommendation on the care that may be required. They will then discuss with you, what Cavendish Homecare may be able to provide, what the cost is, and what timescale we would be able to commence your care.

Selection of Staff

Selection of Staff

Once an initial agreement is established, the nursing manager will start working with the bookings team to determine the most suitable nurse and/or carer are best matched with your needs.

Proposed Agreement

Proposed Agreement

Following the tailored care recommendation and the selection of staff. We ensure you (the client) are happy with the proposed course of action and the care is able to commence. In some cases, an assessment visit may be required and this will be undertaken by one of our nurse managers.

Active Client

Active Client

You will begin receiving outstanding homecare from our team, tailored to your needs. Your care plan will be under constant review to ensure the correct level of care is addressing your needs and being provided at all times.

The prospective client or someone acting on their behalf makes an initial enquiry. This can be via a phone call, a call back request or submitting an enquiry form via email. The enquiry is picked up by the office team who will gather the required information and then pass it through to one of our nurse managers


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Outstanding Care

Thank you so very much for supporting Lynne through what has been an unprecedented time. Thank you for the outstanding care you all have continued to provide despite hugely difficult times brought about by the Covid virus. The excellent training, attention to detail, organisation, communication devotion and compassion of all of your team during this time and in fact since you agreed to care for Lynne, is an absolute credit to you and our family wish to say a huge thank you to you all. The challenges of late stage MS are huge without the added difficulties of the pandemic. As you are aware without the astute nature and excellent training of your team, the recent situation that occurred for Lynne may have led to a very different outcome. I am so relieved to see Lynne back home and looking more like herself.

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She has been exceptional

Thank you so much for sending the Nurse Anne to look after me during the past two weeks.  She has been exceptional… as no doubt you know.   I was nervous about having a complete stranger to live with me but I needed help.  In addition to her nursing skills, she is discreet, kind, comforting, and at times, fun.

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“I am deeply grateful for this professional team, and I rest easy at night knowing that my sister is safe and well-cared for.”

“Cavendish Homecare has been providing excellent support for my sister since 2019, navigating through a global pandemic and the resulting lockdown. The company has consistently delivered exemplary care, going above and beyond to ensure my sister’s physical, emotional, and social needs are met with kindness and compassion. Each staff member is well-trained, demonstrating great skill in handling the complex care required for a late-stage Multiple Sclerosis client, and they collaborate effectively as a team. I am deeply grateful for this professional team, and I rest easy at night knowing that my sister is safe and well-cared for.”

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