Live-in carers provide a wide range of services according to your needs. They can help with everyday tasks such as meal planning, food shopping, cooking, light housework, gardening and even pet care.
They might also help with personal care, such as helping you to get in and out of bed, washing, dressing and grooming. They can provide continence care and catheter support if this is required. If you need to monitor health vitals such as blood pressure, this can be provided. Carers can also help you to stay on top of things like GP appointments and taking the correct medication.
Our live-in carers are also excellent companions. They provide friendship and support to prevent social isolation. They will also help you to get out and about, stay connected with your friends and family, and to feel like a part of the wider community. This is one of the most important parts of the client and carer relationship.