The live in care service provides not only the support required but also friendship, companionship and peace of mind for families.
Typically, the following situations may require a live in carer:
- Friendship and companionship
- Respite care
- Short term live in care for recovery from an operation, illness or injury
- End of life care
- Care for couples to prevent one from going into residential care
- Parkinson’s care
- Stroke or brain injury rehabilitation
- Dementia care
We work alongside other health and social care professionals, you or your loved one may need, such as district nurses, social services, and the NHS.