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Live-in Care

24 hour around the clock support in the comfort of your own home.

What is Live-in Care?

LIve-in Care is the complete and holistic alternative to residential care. When the care and support needs exceed around 6-8 hours a day, it may become necessary to have someone present in the house throughout the day and night to provide that reassurance and a helpful presence. Often this can prove a very cost-effective way to be supported by comparison to hourly care.

Staying at home with treasured memories is the choice that we believe everyone should have and our aim is to make this possible. We hope that we are able to provide you with the solution you need and deserve.

Live-in care is provided for individuals who need help throughout the day and sometimes at night. Live-in carers will live their lives alongside their clients in their homes and will be on hand to assist with every area of everyday life.

If you or someone you know will benefit from Live-in Care, contact us today for a free, no-obligation chat.

Common Live-in Care Tasks:

  • All-round friendly companionship (reading the newspaper, playing games)

  • Support with outings (grocery shopping, hospital appointments, walks)

  • Help around the house (laundry, vacuuming, dusting)

  • Home-based activities (cooking and baking, gardening)

  • Support at social events (clubs or church services)

  • Personal hygiene (assistance with getting washed and dressed)

  • Health (support with medications)

  • Personal administration (help with forms, letters and paying bills)

 Benefits 

Dementia Care 
Stay at Home
One to one support
Sensory Impairments
Medication Administration
Continuity
Your meal choices
Companionship
Funding available
Community access
Consistency
Freedom
Live In
Care Home
Freedom to have family and pets at home
Communal areas and rules
Choice of menu and mealtimes
Set menu and mealtimes
Funding available
Funding available
Continuity and choice of lifestyle
Change of lifestyle
One to one care
Shared care
Costs from £995 per week
Average cost £1200 a week
Stay in your own home
Move to a new environment

Funding Options 

How to fund long-term care is an important consideration when looking at care at home options. Depending on your personal circumstances, there may be public funding or benefits available to you, or other finance options.

Many people seeking care for themselves or family members can easily become overwhelmed with the financing options available including those from the State.

For more information, please visit...

England www.england.nhs.uk/healthbudgets