They’ll also help out with everyday Domestic Care around the house and garden, like washing, ironing, changing the bed, light gardening, shopping, cooking, paying bills and looking after your pets. If you’re recovering from an accident, feeling a bit frail or just overwhelmed by all the chores, we can take the struggle out of living at home.
A live-in carer can take the awkwardness out of Personal Care because you get to know one another so well. We can help you get ready for the day, or ready for bed and help you take a bath and with your medication in between.
Respite Care is the next best thing for you and your usual carer. You still get looked after in your own home and can continue doing everything you usually do while your carer – a family member or neighbour usually – has time away to relax or catch up with other things knowing that you’re in good hands.
With Live-in Emergency Care we can be there at your side within 24 hours and stay as long as you need us if an accident or sudden medical condition means you need our support.
Live-in End of Life Care is highly personal, highly skilled care for you and your family in your own home. We do all that we can to improve your comfort and quality of life in the face of a serious, incurable illness.
Our skilled care workers know this is a difficult and emotional time for you all, but the focus is on you and your choices. We work alongside your medical team to care for your physical and mental health during this time and are trained in the specific needs of individual illnesses.
We deliver our care compassionately and professionally. We are kind and sensitive to your needs and choices, remembering your Right to Respect every time. We are looking forward to getting to know you.
It doesn’t matter how much or how little help you need.
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