Privately Funded Children’s Homecare

EnViva Paediatric Care’s private clients include disabled children and young people with a range of complex care and nursing needs including:

  • Physical disabilities
  • Learning disabilities
  • Multiple & complex conditions
  • Tracheostomies, suctioning and ventilation
  • Gastronomy, NG and PEG feeds
  • Post-surgery
  • Palliative

Our qualified paediatric nurses and professional carers are there to support parents, making it possible for their disabled and sick children to live safely and well in the comfort of the family home.

When you commission EnViva Paediatric Care to provide a home care or nursing service you are choosing a really supportive organisation with caring managers and staff, who will work closely with you and your child to create and maintain a plan of care that meets the needs and aspirations of your child and which takes into account your own wishes and beliefs about how care should be given. The plan will be kept under constant review so that support changes appropriately as your son or daughter grows.

Alternatively, if you employ your own care team or have another principle care provider we can provide staff to fill gaps in your rota.

As well as delivering specialist nursing and care of the highest quality, our staff can also accompany children to school or college, on health appointments and outings. Where possible, we even facilitate our own social activities, such as wheelchair ice skating. We will liaise with your health, social care and education professionals to ensure smooth, joined up local support. If you prefer, we can organise things directly with your independent case manager, solicitor or other representative.

All our staff come to us with prior professional experience and excellent references. Every year, they undertake a host of training courses to keep their skills up to date and we recheck them for health and fitness, professional registration and any criminal record.

For information about private, local authority and state funding of care please see this page.