Live-in carers provide a wide range of support depending on your needs and your physical and mental capabilities. This could include help around the house with tasks like meal planning, food shopping, light housework, gardening and taking care of pets.
You might also decide you need help with personal care, including grooming, dressing, getting into and out of bed, and going to the bathroom. Our live-in carers can also provide continence support and catheter care.
They can also help you to keep on track with medications and special diets, or coordinate with your GP or district nurse to ensure you attend checkups. And finally, they can also help you to stay connected with friends, family and your local community. Your live-in carer can help you to stay active and get out and about while still feeling independent and in control.