Radis supports many hundreds of vulnerable adults and children with all aspects of their daily needs so that they can live independently at home, where they most want to be.

Flexible care Tailored to your needs anywhere in England and Wales Care at home Real alternatives to residential care Specialist care Support for any need including nurse-led care Professional carers Caring staff trained to support your individual needs Supporting family carers Flexible care that offers respite and reassurance Fulfilled lives Helping you to stay safe, well and achieve your aspirations

Who do we support?

Radis supports people of all ages and with a diverse range of disabilities, conditions and level of need.  Our common goal is to provide support tailored to the choices of each individual, so that they can lead the life they choose, independent, safe, healthy and of course without loneliness or isolation.

There are so many different people we support, with such a wide spectrum of needs, it would be impossible to list them all.  However here are just a few examples of people we support and their different circumstances.

We provide this support across much of England and Wales, and in a wide variety of ways, tailored to each individual’s needs and circumstances, whether that’s a little support each day or more complex nursing care.

Older people

As age advances, you or a family member may become more frail, less mobile, less confident or develop other health problems.

This can make managing day to day routines gradually more challenging and could lead to isolation and loss of confidence. A risk of falls may be more prevalent and looking after the home can become more difficult.

Radis supports thousands of older people to live independently at home, therefore helping people to avoid the emotional upheaval of moving to a care home or the risk of going into hospital.

We can support you or your family member in a number of ways, depending on individual needs. This can include:

• Pop in visits, or longer term care, even 24/7 or Live-in Care
• Wellbeing checks
• Personal care, including getting up, washing, dressing, going to the toilet, going to bed
• Safely moving around the house
• Practical support in the home such as cleaning, putting out the rubbish, shopping, and laundry
• Helping to prepare and eat meals
• Getting out and about in the community and maintaining networks
• Helping with all aspects of medication
• End of life care
• Supporting family carers to have a break

People with dementia

Dementia is a progressive disease more common in older people but can onset in earlier year too. People with dementia are affected in different ways. As it progresses, it can be extremely debilitating, affecting almost every aspect of your life, including mood, behaviour and impairing your ability to recognise people. You may not look after your own wellbeing as much as you used to, put yourself in unnecessary danger or be unpredictable in your daily activities.

To overcome these problems we can support in many ways, including:

• Popping in to check on your welfare
• Visiting, longer periods of care, even 24/7 or live-in care.
• Staying safely independent
• Personal care, washing, dressing, continence and mobility
• Encouraging good nutrition and hydration
• Monitoring your health and wellbeing, spotting changes
• Practical support around the house
• Your health needs, including taking medicines
• Adapting care as your dementia progresses
• Getting out and about, not isolated at home
• Consistent staff who get to know you and your circumstances
• Encouraging staff to become ‘Dementia Friends’
• Specialist training for staff in dementia support
• Following principles of ‘Contented Dementia’, including understanding your world through your eyes.
• Supporting your family carers
• Helping find aids or assistive technology that can help keep you safe

Terminal illness

If you have a terminal illness, or much shortened life expectancy, we can help during this extremely difficult time for you and your family by offering care you need to be comfortable with the best possible quality of life.

Radis has supported many people, often with just hours, days or weeks left to live, with compassionate, empathetic care and support. This ensures you are surrounded by your family and friends, respecting your wishes fully in your limited time.

Some of the ways in which we can support to make this difficult period more comfortable include:

• Visiting or longer care episodes to fit your needs
• Consistent staff who get to know you and your wishes
• Wider family support and sensitivity towards their needs
• Carers trained in end of life care and any medication or health tasks
• Working seamlessly with other professionals and organisations
• Making sure our support fits unobtrusively around you
• Flexible support as your needs change, often rapidly

Learning disabilities & autism

Radis supports people with different levels of learning disabilities and who may be on the autistic spectrum.

We know that people with learning disabilities and autism experience life in a unique way and the level of support you require can vary depending on your needs. The impact of having a learning disability can also change through time as it is possible with the right support and guidance you could develop new skills and abilities.

Radis can support you to make a difference in the following ways:

• Developing a person-centred support plan to enable you to lead the life you choose
• An action plan to understand your like and dislikes
• Keeping you safe whilst encouraging new skills and experiences
• Supporting your family to have a break
• Supporting you to access education, paid employment and leisure activities
• Support with your tenancy if you choose to move into your own home
• Building skills and independence to reach your full potential
• Supporting you with personal care and other needs
• Keeping healthy and developing your health action plan
• Supporting you with medication needs
• Opportunities to travel and going on holiday

Physical disabilities

Physical disabilities can manifest in many ways, and impact upon daily lives to different extents depending on the disability/disabilities that you have.

Radis supports people with acquired brain or spinal injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, respiratory disorders, epilepsy, hearing and visual impairments and more. We can support whether your disabilities are temporary, progressive or lifelong.

Radis helps many people to overcome their disability, living independently at home in the following ways:

• Placing you at the centre and tailoring care and support around you
• ‘Doing with’, rather than ‘doing for’, to maximise your independence
• Overcoming barriers so you can lead the life you choose
• All aspects of personal care
• Practical support for everyday living
• Getting out and about, fully participating in your community
• Accessing employment, education, transport and leisure
• Support with medication
• Sourcing aids, adaptations and assistive technology that help you
• Nursing care
• Housing and tenancy support, including helping to find suitable accommodation

Family carers

For many people care and support comes not from paid care workers, but from their own family. As a family carer you fulfil an essential role, but you also have your own needs or want a break due to the pressure it places on you. Without a break it can place a heavy burden on your own health and wellbeing.

We can offer you the support you need, so that you can have a break, go to work, have time out and look after yourself, safe in the knowledge that your loved one is in good hands, still being supported with their care needs, and you are able to seamlessly step back into your role when you return.

We can support you by:

• Working sensitively and empathetically with you and your family
• Understanding and caring for your loved one as you would
• Maintaining routines, to avoid disruption when you return
• Flexible support or visits, longer ‘sits’ or oven overnight stays
• Respite support so you can take a holiday or a longer break
• Stepping in when you are unwell or admitted to hospital
• Crisis support in an emergency or an unforeseen situation

Children & families

Sometimes families need some support to help them with day to day life – perhaps because their children have health issues or additional needs, or because parents themselves are unable to provide care - whether that is for health or other reasons.

We can support your family whatever your needs, and for however long you need our help. Our primary aim is to give you the support you need to live happy and fulfilled lives at home and as part of your local community.

Support we can provide includes:

• Short term, periodic, ad-hoc or long-term support
• Holistic support of families with children
• Getting ready, to/from school and other daily routines
• Care for disabled children
• Supporting family carers to have a break
• Support at home, or away from home
• Meeting complex care needs, including nursing care
• Vetting and selecting regular staff suitable for childcare
• Enhanced training for staff supporting children

Long term health conditions

Many people have health conditions which impact on leading an active life. Whilst many people can manage their own care, sometimes additional support is needed to help overcome barriers, but for some a higher level of health and care support is essential to enable them to live at home, perhaps even 24/7 due to complex health conditions.

Radis supports many people with health needs to live independently by providing care and support in the following ways:

• Flexible, tailored care that fits around you and your preferences
• Working closely with your family and other health professionals
• Visiting or longer episodes of care as needed
• Nurse-led care to oversee your clinical health needs
• Sourcing accommodation and housing support
• Consistent staff to meet your needs
• Your own 24//7 care team where you have a high level of need
• Enhanced staff training to fully meet your health needs

Recovering from illness

If you are recovering from a significant health event such as surgery, stroke, fall, major illness or injury it can take time to gain or regain your confidence, ability, and necessary skills to live independently.

We understand the importance of making sure that the recovery process, which can often be long and slow, doesn’t leave you unable to continue leading the life you enjoyed previously. For this reason, Radis’ approach is one of enablement, to help you maintain or even regain skills, so that your independence is maximised, however long it takes to fully recover.

Our support can help in the following ways:

• Understanding the recovery process, including timescales and expectations
• Working with you to understand the outcomes you wish to achieve
• Breaking down your desired outcomes into small steps – or goals
• Supporting you to achieve goals through flexible, adaptable care
• All aspects of personal care and practical support you need
• Nursing care if you need it, overseen by our qualified nurses
• Working closely with your family and professionals involved
• Care and support when you need it and as long as you need it for
• Longer term care and support if required, even after recovery

Services we provide

Whether you need a little bit of help each day or round the clock care, we’re ready to support you to remain as well and independent as possible.

Visiting Care

Care workers visiting you in your home to support you in all aspects of daily life.

Live-in Care

Round-the-clock support from a fully-trained carer who stays with you in your home.

Extra Care Housing

The independence of your own front door with support when you need it.


Supported Living

Support for people with disabilities, autism and mental health conditions to live independently within bespoke accommodation.

Complex Care

Nurse-led care for people of all ages with complex health needs.

Children's Support

Practical care and support to help children and families whatever their needs.

Contact us today to talk about your care needs