Here at IKL Care we can supply an extensive range of care support services designed to help you and your loved ones maintain an independant life which is hassle free and under your full control
We will make sure that the care we provide will take into concideration the gudelines set out in the Health & Social Care standards "My Support, My Life" and will cover the main princles which are:
Dignity & Respect
Responsive care and support
What YOU the service user should expect from your care supplier:
1. I experience hight quality care and support that is right for me
2. I am fully involved in all decisions about my care and support
3. I have confidence in the people who support abd care for me
4. I have confidence in the organisation providing my care and support
5. I experience a high quality environment if the organisation provides the premises.
This is only a few of the services we can supply, our list is exhaustive and during our initial meeting to discuss your care support plan we can encorporate any requests you have.
Simply call us on 01259 404027 and speak to one of our experienced friendly care support team who can arrange a home visit.
Tel: 01259 404027
Office opening hours for the festive period:
Please see our home page for office operating times for the festive period.
AlloaFirst: find the naughty Elf competiton:
Alloa town Centre are having an issue with naughty elfs appearing in shop windows. We need all you children in Alloa to hunt down all the elfs in the shop windows. Full details of how you can download a competition form are on our News Page......and a wee hint to where one of the Elfs might be
Festival of lights:
IKL Care will again this year be supporting St Mungos Parish Church Alloa's festival of lights. The event takes place from 27th November where you can pop into the Church and see all the lovelly sponsored trees all lit up and make use of the Churches excellant community cafe.
Following guideance from the authorities, all social service support workers will be encouraged to take up the offer of free Flu vaccinations this year. We have issued all our support workers with letters of proof of their employment as a front line worker allowing them access to the free vaccination.
Now that the cold weather has set in, please spare a thought for anyone who is living alone. If possible, have a check in or catch up with a neighbour, friend or relative who might be living alone. Make sure their ok even if its just a wee chat to let them know they are not alone, especially during this difficult time.
Winter working protocol:
Unfortunately its that time of year again where the weather is turning colder as we slip into Winter. All our service users have been reissued with our Winter working policy outlining what happens in cases of extreme or prolonged periods of bad weather.
Wearing of face masks:
Please note that as of Monday 21.09.2020 we will be reinstating that ALL VISITORS to the office will be required to wear a face covering. If you are in any doubt as to wearing a face covering then please call ahead and we will advise
Please note that there will be no access to the office on Friday 28.08.2020 from 1pm till 3pm due to outside reapir work and new sngage being fitted..
Restricted office access:
Please note that from Monday 10th Aug till Friday 14th Aug there will be restricted access to the office due to internal repairs. If you require a visit to the office please phone ahead and arrange.
Duty of candour annual report:
Our annual report is now available via the Duty of candour page.
Alloa local shops and businesses getting ready for re-opening:
Shops and businesses in Alloa town centre are geraing up for re-opening once lockdown restrictions are eased in the coming weeks. Shops are looking at how they can open effectively whilst protecting both the customers and staff with effective use of PPE, distancing and cashless ayments.
Diageo donates hand sanitiser:
Global drinks manufacturer Diageo has pleged to donate over 8 million bottles of hand sanitiser to front line health and care worker.