Live-in carers can provide a wide range of support, depending on your individual needs. They can help you with tasks such as light housework, pet care, gardening, cooking, meal planning and shopping. They can also help with personal care and medication reminders and also provide mobility assistance to ensure you can get around your home.
Live-in carers will also help you by coordinating with your GP and other healthcare professionals to ensure you can attend appointments. They might also monitor health vitals such as blood pressure or blood glucose levels. And finally, they can also provide continence support and catheter care.
A live-in carer is also vital for companionship. They can help you to attend social functions and stay in touch with family members. By improving your mobility and confidence, they can also ensure that you can stay connected with your community.