Condition lead care
Living with complex conditions

NLG Homecare provides high-quality, in-home care to help people manage a range of complex healthcare needs. It’s the dedication, passion and experience of those we recruit that makes life easier for you, as well as those we care for.

Person-Led care

Working with a wide range of clients with high-dependency care needs and conditions means that our people are skilled in many interventions.

These vary in complexity, including bowel management, epilepsy awareness, gastrostomy management, medication supervision, skin care regimes and ventilation management.


Why choose NLG?

If you work within an ICB, or are a Nurse or Care worker considering joining us, you’ll be keen to know what sets us apart. That’s all down to the quality and dedication of our carers and the fact that we’ll do anything we can to take the pressure off our clients by providing an expert and reliable service.

Managing the whole care process, our clinical team start by performing full face-to-face assessments and handpicking carefully-matched carers and personal assistants to meet your specific needs.

Unique tailored packages

We’re committed to providing exceptional care through clinical excellence and our unique tailored packages.

Our nurse-led teams ensure that we’re always delivering the highest standards of support for our clients, through regular reviews and training.

With so much on your plate already, it’s reassuring to know we’re constantly monitoring every last detail so you don’t have to. Here are some of the conditions we help with:


Acquired Brain Injury

An acquired brain injury (ABI) is damage caused to the brain after birth. This could have been caused by anything from a road accident to a stroke.



Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, covering a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language.



A group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth which can advance to other parts of the body, as opposed to benign tumours which do not spread.


Cerebral Palsy

A group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood. Signs and symptoms vary and can include poor coordination, stiff or weak muscles and tremors.


Down’s Syndrome

Also known as trisomy 21, this is a genetic disorder associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features and mild to moderate intellectual disability.


Huntington’s Disease

An inherited disorder that results in the death of brain cells. Symptoms include subtle mental problems usually followed by a lack of coordination and an unsteady gait.


Learning Disability

Many children diagnosed with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) will also have a sensory or physical disability, complex health needs or mental health difficulties.


Motor Neurone Disease

A progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the motor neurones, cells which transmit electrical nerve impulses from one part of the body to another. 


Multiple Sclerosis

A lifelong condition which can cause mild or serious problems with vision, arm or leg movement, sensation or balance.


Muscular Dystrophy

Diseases that result in increasing weakening and breakdown of skeletal muscles over time. Many sufferers will eventually become unable to walk.


Neurological disorders

Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves, peripheral nerves, nerve roots and autonomic nervous system.


Spinal Cord Injury

Damage that causes loss of muscle function, sensation or autonomic function in parts of the body served by the spinal cord below the level of the lesion.



This occurs when blood supply to the brain is cut off, causing brain cells to be damaged or die. This can have different effects, depending on where it happens in the brain.


Ventilated Care

Resulting from complex conditions such as lung disease, ventilated care uses a machine that moves breathable air into and out of the lungs.