Live-in carers provide a wide range of care depending on the bespoke needs of the client. If there are areas in your life you would like to remain independent, we can help you to do this for as long as possible, stepping in only when there is a risk to your health and wellbeing.
Carers can help with everyday household management tasks that might be difficult for those with limited mobility or declining cognitive function. This includes tasks like cooking, light housework, meal planning, food shopping, caring for pets and doing light gardening work.
Carers are also trained to provide personal care, including dressing, bathing, grooming and assistance getting in and out of bed. They can also provide continence care and catheter support where required. If you need help keeping on track with medication or making sure that you attend appointments with your GP or nurse, they can also help in this area.
And finally, live-in carers provide much-needed companionship to ensure you do not feel isolated or lonely. They will be there for a chat and a cup of tea, or provide you with the support you need to get out and about to stay connected with friends, family and your local community.