Our carers are trained to help with a wide range of tasks, including personal care, meal planning, cooking and light housework. Live-in carers are also around to help keep you mobile and ensure you can live independently and with dignity.
Your care can help to support your health by coordinating with your GP or other healthcare professionals to attend appointments or take your medication at the right time. They can also provide continence care and catheter support in addition to monitoring things like blood pressure or blood glucose levels.
In addition to everyday household tasks, your live-in carer can also provide companionship and support you to stay active and social. They can help you to get out and about, whether that’s going for a walk or going on days out. They can also help you stay connected with your family members.