Live-in carers provide support with a wide range of client needs. The care plan is unique to the client and can adapt and change as their needs change. It would typically include personal care, help around the house, and providing companionship.
Personal care might include things like dressing, bathing and grooming. It could also include things like continence care and catheter support. Our live-in carers are specially trained to provide care, even in the most complex cases.
Household help could include things like meal planning, food shopping, cooking, housework, caring for pets, laundry and ironing. A live-in carer can also work closely with your doctor or healthcare professional to monitor health conditions, make sure you take medication or help you follow a prescriptive diet.
And finally, live-in carers also provide much-needed companionship. If you live alone after your partner has passed on, it can be reassuring to know there is always a friendly face around to join you for a cup of tea and a chat. They can also help you stay connected to your friends, family and community to avoid social isolation.