How we work...
Our aim is to support each and every person using our service to live the very best life they can, by assisting them in gently – and safely – pushing the boundaries of their condition, according to their wishes.
We begin by working very closely with each individual (and their family) to build a bespoke package of support which suits their clinical needs, as well as fulfilling their wider aspirations
Care is overseen – and very closely supervised – by a dedicated complex care nurse and delivered by a team of highly-trained, hand-picked and carefully-matched support workers.
Our investment in clinical expertise and values-based recruitment means we can safely support a very wide range of people, including babies and children needing specialist paediatric care, young people who have experienced a life-altering accident, adults living with long-term, complex conditions, people needing support with reablement after a stay in hospital, as well as providing expert, sensitive and compassionate end of life care.
Who we support...
We are here to help people be their fullest self, no matter how complex their health condition, no matter how old or young they are.
Cavalry has a highly-experienced in-house team of specialist complex care adult and paediatric nurses which means we are able to safely support a wide range of clinical interventions, including respiratory and airway support, as well as specialist feeding, stoma and catheter care. The following list is by no means exhaustive:
We also have an in-house team of Clinical Nurse Educators who are able to design and deliver bespoke courses to our staff to cover every individual need and condition – including neurological conditions and spinal injuries – and to ensure that the clinical support we provide is an exact fit.
Our education team includes Senior Nursing Lecturers and Specialist Practitioners. Other care providers often call on the expertise within our clinical education team as our approach to training is market-leading.
We’ve also delivered training at national conferences and in partnership with medical centres of excellence.
Most importantly, our support is ALWAYS person-centred: as well as carefully attending to clinical needs, we will always also focus on what people would like to do with their lives – no wish is too big or too small – and we try our absolute best to make it happen.
Cavalry was founded by a family in which removing as many of the disabling elements of ill-health was part of daily life. This ethos runs through everything we do.
Our values. T-R-U-E.
Our complex care mission...
We bring exceptional, enabling and enriching care to children and adults in the community, believing that no one should be defined by their condition. We support each and every one of our clients to live the very best life they can, no matter how complex their needs.
Our complex care vision...
To be a national provider of outstanding complex care, putting the aspirations of the people we care for first, no matter how big we grow.
To be nationally known for both our clinical excellence and our values-driven approach to care.
To change care for the better, influencing and supporting other providers to make life the best it can be for every individual.
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Our clients say:
Cavalry Healthcare is proud to be a member of the British Association of Brain injury and Complex Case Management. An organisation which helps promote best practice in managing the needs of people with brain injury, and people with other complex needs.
Cavalry Healthcare are proud to support the Care Workers’ Charity. The Care Workers’ Charity provides grants and mental health support to care workers in crisis. Since 2020, the CWC have awarded £4.3 million to almost 7000 people who work in formal care settings across the UK. The people they support often tell them how the grant made a huge difference, helping them to feel better supported and more likely to stay in their job.