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Live In Care

Daily Home Care Support, In Your Own Home

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WHAT IS LIVE IN CARE?

Live In Care is the planned home care provided by caregivers to an adult whilst the carer lives in their home.

Live In Care is growing in popularity as people are looking to alternatives, to Nursing Homes, Care Homes and Assisted Living Facilities. These types of care facilities are common and often the first thoughts that come to peoples minds when looking at providing care for their loved ones.  However, these types of services are not sustainable for many people.  This is where Live In Care comes in.

Live In Care allows those in need to stay in their own homes, whilst having a carer live with them full time (normally in 2-week assignments).  These carers help and assist them with all of their needs. This can vary from simply helping around the house, to caring for people with degenerative illnesses like Alzheimer’s.

Live In Care Giver:

Some Clients only require the minimum level of home care support.  Some of those tasks may include:

  • Companionship

  • Light housework (vacuuming, dusting and tidying)

  • Washing & ironing

  • Cooking & helping with meals

  • Support following discharge from hospital

  • Collecting your prescriptions

Advanced Homecare

For clients who are in more need of assistance with general things around the home and a little assistance and prompting.

  • Prompting with medication

  • Assisting you in the bathroom

  • Assistance with getting dressed/undressed

  • Assisting you in and out of bed

Live In Care Giver:

For the client who is frail and struggles to manage things on their own. This could be an illness or just old age. Assistance with personal care is provided at this level:

  • Clients confined to their beds

  • Dementia

  • Alzheimer’s

  • Parkinson’s

  • Hoisting

  • Incontinence Care, Catheter Care or Continence Support

  • Palliative care

If you’re interested in financial support options for care, contact us to discuss.

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