If you’re looking for a live-in care provider in Redhill, we can help. Cheriton Homecare are your local experts in residential care that will enable you to stay in the comfort of your own home.

We offer short-term and long-term care arrangements to meet your needs. Every care plan is completely bespoke to the individual, ensuring they can live with dignity and independence in the comfort of their own home.

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What is live-in care in Redhill?

Live-in care is increasingly popular as an alternative to residential care homes and sheltered living. It enables you to access one-on-one care and support without needing to downsize and sell your home. This is ideal for short-term care arrangements as it means you can stay in the Redhill area.

With our help, you can access quality care delivered with compassion and understanding. We recognise that asking for help isn’t always easy, and we do everything in our power to ensure you can remain independent and empowered every step of the way. Your carer will become a treasured member of your household, providing seamless care when you need it the most.

What are the benefits of live-in care?

There are many benefits to choosing live-in care for the client and their wider family. Our clients love that they can stay in their own home and in familiar surroundings. You’ll also have access to expert care tailored to suit your needs.

When you choose Cheriton Homecare as your care provider, you’ll also experience the following benefits:

  • Maintain independence

Through live-in-care, individuals can stay in their own homes for longer and maintain a sense of pride in their independence.

  • Local carers

We only work with local carers with extensive knowledge of the local area, which means they are well-suited to provide personalised care.

  • Family support

When choosing live-in care, the whole family can be involved in care decisions and planning, ensuring everyone is on the same page.

  • Incredible value

There are considerable savings to be found when choosing live-in care over the wider cost implications of residential care.

  • Flexible care

Through live-in care, we can provide exactly the right level of care and support, and adjust this to meet the changing needs of the client.

  • Improved health outcomes

Studies have found that continuity of care delivered through live-in care arrangements can lead to improved health outcomes for the client.

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How does live-in care work?

All live-in care arrangements are completely unique to the client. Our initial meeting and consultation is an opportunity to learn more about you and your needs. From there, we will match you with a carer and create a care plan that works for you.

Your carer will move into your home and deliver care on a pre-agreed schedule, ensuring you have help with the tasks that you struggle to complete alone. Your carer will have regular breaks and downtime, which will also ensure you have a sense of independence. While your carer will not provide 24/7 care, it can be reassuring knowing there is someone on hand in case of an emergency.

What can live-in carers help with?

You can expect the same level of care and support as you would receive in a care home. The main difference is that your carer can also help with household tasks such as food shopping, meal planning, cooking and light housework. For very large properties, we recommend hiring a cleaner so that your carer can focus on personal care.

Live-in carers are trained to deliver personal care such as bathing, grooming and dressing. They can help with mobility, ensuring you can access all areas of your home as required. They can also assist with personal hygiene routines, including catheter care and incontinence support.

They can provide healthcare support, ensuring you take medications on time and attend GP and hospital appointments. They can also help ensure you complete things like physiotherapy exercises. Your carer might also monitor health vitals, such as blood pressure or blood glucose levels.

Another important aspect of the carer role is to offer companionship and to help you stay connected to your friends and family. Living alone can be very isolating, so it will be a huge source of support to know there is always someone around for a chat over a cup of tea.

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Who can benefit from live-in care services?

Live-in care is suitable for individuals of any age who need continuous care and support due to conditions such as ageing, chronic illness, disability, or post-surgery recovery. We offer live-in care on a short-term basis and a long-term basis, depending on your requirements.

How do I know if live-in care is the right option for my loved one?

A comprehensive assessment by healthcare professionals can help determine the level of care needed. Factors such as medical conditions, mobility, and the need for companionship are considered to determine if live-in care is a suitable solution. If you are concerned about your loved one being unsupported in their home, then live-in care could be the ideal solution.

Can family members be involved in the care plan?

Yes, family members are encouraged to be actively involved in the care plan. Caregivers often work closely with family members to understand the client's preferences, routines, and any specific requirements. A live-in carer can also help to provide relief for family members who might have been providing care in the past.

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