Our Commitment

Seasoned Hands Care Principles and Pledge for Care and Support

Our service is based on these core principles of care. We endeavour to make our service accessible and suitable for all.

We want your experience of receiving our service to be that of testimony, be positive and above respect for your rights. It is our pledge to give care with compassion. The core principle is: privacy, choice, dignity, safety, independence, equality and diversity.

Dementia Care.

Seasoned Hands Care people struggling with dementia to continue living at home and familiar surroundings but with access to all day-to-day support according to their needs.

Dementia covers a range of different symptoms. From decline in mental ability that is severe enough to affect daily life.



Your right to:
Have your privacy and property respected; and
Be free from unnecessary interruption.



Your right to:
Make informed choices while also putting the rights of others to do the same and;
Know about the range of choices.



Your right to;
Be treated with dignity and respect always and;
Enjoy a full range of social relationships.



Your right to:
Feel safe and secure in all aspects of life including wellbeing;
Be free from exploitation and abuse;
Enjoy safety but not be over-protected.



Your right to have the opportunity to:
Achieve all you can;
Make the best of your life;
Make full use of the resources that are available to you.



Your rights to:
Can complain effectively without fear of victimisation;
Live an independent life, rich in purpose, meaning and personal fulfilment;
Be valued for your ethnic background, language, culture and faith and;
Be treated equally and live in an environment which is free from bullying, discrimination and harassment.

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Please feel free to call us on 0131 6777 411 | 0775 3141 272 | info@seasonedhandscare.com or fill out the form below.

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Care Inspectorate number CS 2017360594

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Useful Links

NHS Scotland, General Medical council, National Midwifery council, Scottish Social Service council, Care Inspectorate, Investment in people