Live in Carer
Live in Care is an alternative option to residential care, allowing the individual to remain at home in a familiar setting. This usually involves a fully trained individual who lives with you or your loved one at home. It gives peace of mind as they are looked after on a full time basis.
They can help with a range of tasks;
- Getting in and out of bed
- Washing and dressing
- Meal preparation and feeding
- Medication reminders
- Housekeeping and house management
- Garden maintenance
They can also help with more complex tasks such as arranging doctor’s appointments and shopping.
Detailed discussion of needs
You can have Live in Care for as long as you need it. One month, one year, indefinitely, it’s completely flexible to the individual and their families.
Live in Carers can make an important difference to an individual’s life. They can become a steady companion and prevent loneliness and isolation.
Live in Carers can make an incredible difference to an individual’s life. They can become a steady companionship for an individual preventing them from feeling lonely or enclosed. Carers adapt to the individual’s current routines and are dedicated to their safety, happiness and well-being. They allow the individual to live a relatively normal life. Each person is unique and the carers can alter their support to suit their needs and requirements.
If you would like more information you can order a brochure below or call 0800 008 7193
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