A few examples of who might need live-in care

Live-in care is for anyone who needs a certain level of support to live in their own home.

You may be seeking support for a loved one with dementia, or wanting to ease your own recovery after an operation. A live-in carer can also provide daily support to those living with progressive conditions such as multiple sclerosis.

The reassurance of 24-hour support for a loved one can help to prevent trips and falls around the home. With a care plan that is built completely around you, regular support can even assist you in living life fully at work or through university. 

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Perhaps you or your loved one is being discharged from hospital. From making meals to medical support, a live-in carer will ensure a smooth transition that builds confidence and strength, helping to aid a quicker recovery.

Having the continuity of a dedicated live-in carer means additional peace of mind, knowing you have the right support, around the clock.

While residential care homes can be a great option for some people, many find that they miss their independence and their home.

If your current care provider is not meeting your needs, you should consider changing. Look for a provider that directly employs carers, as it means they can offer you a service with far greater continuity.

Choosing live-in care allows couples to stay together, whatever their care needs. It means avoiding the upheaval of one person or both needing to move into a residential care home, and can be considerably cheaper than paying for two beds in a care home.

Many people, particularly those that live alone, have concerns about falling at home. It’s an issue that can cause a great deal of anxiety. A live-in carer means having the reassurance of somebody there, day and night.

Whatever your reason for wanting live-in care, talk to us today about how we can help you.

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