Future Care, Treating Service Users with Dignity and Respect

  • We specialises in needs-based Care, expert carers.

  • High quality of care in the comfort of your own home

  • Ready to support users within 18 to >65 yrs old

  • Improved wellbeing and positive changes in users' lives.

  • Contact us now, we are waiting for you.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Our Company

Welcome to the official Future Care Enable website. We offer the best care service. We are here to help. We have all the information that you need about us. Read About Us and Frequently Asked Questions below. 

About Us

FUTURE CARE ENABLE Ltd is a company offering specialist supported living services, We provide a comprehensive range of support services directly to the client, also is a specialist domiciliary care provider that offers personal, individualised care to people living in their own homes throughout Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas, who require additional support to maintain their independence ,and also who have been identified by the Local Authority as capable of living in their own accommodation although with known support needs.

We offer a robust and efficient support programme to such individuals, both in their own accommodation and through support in the community in conjunction with professional Consultant involvement to create and develop on-going support with each individual.

We are a CQC registered independent healthcare provider, with extensive experience and expertise in the care sector. We promote a holistic approach to care, which upholds values of client independence, choice, safety, dignity, and respect.

Our team of carers consists healthcare professionals, qualified healthcare and social care assistants, support workers, and specialists in a range of care fields.

Frequently Asked Questions

- How long does it take to start a care package?

A - You will receive a free initial assessment to fully understand the type of package you will like to go for, the assessment can be done after contact with us depends on your availability. You can book a care package in advance, it may be weeks or months in advance.

Q - Is there a minimum amount of care that I can request?

A - Our packages start from anything between an hour shopping or domestic call a week to full twenty four hours to sleepover.

Q - Which are do you cover?

A - Milton Keynes

Q - How much will it cost?

A - As we are a small organisation, our budgets are controlled locally rather than nationally. This enable us to offer highly competitive rates and you will find our prices amongst the lowest available in Milton Keynes.

Please kindly contact us for a quote.

How We Work

We aim to provide a caring atmosphere for adults who live independently in their own accommodation, whether owned or rented. We work towards implementing a programme that seeks to identify the challenges individuals face, using ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis), to help individuals we support. ABA applies behavioural principles to human behaviour, and concentrates on changing socially significant behaviour in meaningful ways, and results in better communication, improved wellbeing and confidence for each individual.

We support each person to work toward their own goals, particularly in the following areas:

Supporting service users to access community-based activities and educational programmes, as well as employment opportunities
Actively supporting service users to access holidays and short breaks to destinations of their choice, within an achievable framework

Work For Us

 We offer good working conditions and experience such as:
  • Full Training (including opportunity to proceed to NVQ LEVEL 2 & 3 in health and social care)
  • Paid Holiday 
  • Friendly Team and Work Environment 
  • 4 Weekly Pay 
  • Enhanced Pay for Late Evening, Weekends and Bank holidays.
If you will like to apply for a position with us, please kindly call our office number: +447502215304.

How We Are Regulated

How We Are Regulated

Future Care Enable Ltd is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

We are committed to work in line with the Core Standards – the regulations, outcomes and judgement framework published by CQC, which specifies 28 outcomes expected to be met within every registered service.

We are also committed to work in line with:

  • the Health & Social Care Act 2008

  • the Supporting People Quality Assessment Framework

  • the National Minimum Standards for Domiciliary Care

  • the Mental Capacity Act 2005

  • Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults (SoVA) 2006

  • the Equality & Diversity Act 2010

We recognise our responsibility to implement quality control, which will seek to monitor the service provided to service users.

The main quality control tool used within the Supported Living sector – REACH – helps us to ensure that we maintain the highest quality of support.

Quality Control includes our complaints policy, in line with the CQC Standards mentioned above.

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The Services We Provide

Our Services:

  • Disability care for children and adult from 0yr to 65yrs and 65yrs over
    • they may have one or a combination of the following:
      • learning disability
      • physical disability
      • sensory impairment
      • Early onset dementia
      • Phobia
      • Personality disorder
      • Depression
      • Acquired brain injury
      • Eating disorder
      • Self-injurious behaviours
      • Anxiety and/or emotional behaviours
      • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
      • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Domestic care and shopping support
  • Elderly
  • We offers, short care, temporary overnight care, long and continuing overnight care

  Our Services Also Include:

  1. Live – in care
  2. Complex/Palliative Care
  3. Emergency respite care
  4. Respite Care
  5. Overnight Care
    • Sleeping night
    • Waking night
    • Sitting service

Home Care Services:

  • Personal Care
  • Help with bathing, washing, showering, shaving or oral hygiene
  • Assistance dressing, undressing, and applying sensory aids
  • Support with toilet and continence requirements
  • Meal preparation and feeding
  • Manual handling
  • Emotional & Practical
  • Support
  • Providing company and companionship
  • Help with shopping
  • Assistance with recreational activities and interests
  • Sitting services
  • Emotional support
  • Travel training
  • Domestic Care & Cleaning
  • Cleaning up around the house
  • Preparing and cooking meals
  • Washing dishes
  • Ironing clothes
  • Paying bills
  • General light household duties

Support may be provided in the following areas:

  • Supporting service users to access community-based activities and educational programmes, as well as employment opportunities.
  • Actively supporting service users to access holidays and short breaks
  • Working with them to assess their preferred communication style and level of communication, as well as training staff in the use of augmented communication tools
  • Supporting individuals to manage their tenancy responsibilities and access their benefit entitlements
  • Designing and implementing therapies to meet the identified on-going needs of each person

    Safety of our clients is paramount:

  • We support service users with dignity and respect
  • We support service users to foster positive relationship in the community.
  • We support service users to access holidays and short breaks with our qualified support staffs.
  • We work in a person-centred approach, our staffs are well trained and they have achieved communication skills which are the golden rule in the community, inter personal skills, cooking skills etc.
  • We support our service users to manage their tenancy, their finances and help them to access their benefit and pay their bills.
  • Our staffs are trained on how to deal with individual situation, by applying different intervention to solve their problems.