Live In Care

On occasion you or a family member may require live-in care, which means having one or more care workers staying in the home and attending to all relevant care needs.

If you or your relative are elderly and frail, have physical disabilities, have a terminal illness, have complex care needs, or serious mental health difficulties or learning disabilities, then live-in care may be the best option.

We also provide live-in care for elderly people who have become less mobile and find it very difficult to get around or have become lonely and isolated. Our live-in care service provides not only the support required but also friendship and companionship.

Typically, the following situations may require a live in carer:

  • Respite care
  • Short term live-in care for recovery from an operation, illness or injury
  • End of life care
  • Care for couples to prevent one from going into residential care
  • Parkinson’s disease care
  • Stroke or brain injury rehabilitation
  • Dementia care
  • Elderly or frail needing support as well as friendship and companionship

We work alongside other health and social care professionals to make sure you or your loved ones receive the best care possible. Get in touch with us today for a no obligation discussion.