Live in care means you can keep the same daily routines, and friends and family can continue to visit as they normally do. With a spare room in your home, your livein home carer will be there to support you each day, as much or as little as you like and according to what matters to you most.
Live in care helps you live the life you want, on your own terms. By listening and getting to know you, we’ll put a unique package of support in place with a carefully chosen carer. Together, we’ll help you stay in the home you know and love.
Visiting care offers the support you want, when you need it, so you can continue living from the comfort of your own home. With help from as little as half an hour a week and up to several visits a day, a visiting carer can make all the difference.
We’re here with a helping hand when you need it most. From support with your medication and going to the toilet through to knowing your favourite meal and whether you prefer a bath or shower, our fully regulated visiting care service lets you continue living the life you want, on your terms.
With extensive clinical experience from within the NHS, our clinical team of nurses – each registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council – manage care packages supporting a wide range of clinical conditions.
They provide full face-to-face assessments, handpick expertly trained carers and personal assistants, and ensure continuity and co-ordination of care through effective carer and customer partnerships. This includes post-discharge rehabilitation plans, nutrition and physiotherapy.
We support younger people, from the age of 18 years and over, to live safely and comfortably in the home they know and love. If you’re looking for support that is built around your lifestyle and routines, we can find a care worker or personal assistant that suits you.
Whether you’re looking for extra support at work, at university or regular assistance to help you stay in your own home, we’ll match you with a personal assistant or support worker who will help you to continue living at home.
Overnight care is when an expertly trained carer stays in your home overnight to meet your normal activities of daily living.
You may find you need night-time care if you or someone close to you feels uncomfortable being left alone.
One-to-one nightly care from one of our fully trained carers means someone is there to assist with toilet breaks, administering medication or moving position in bed.
Palliative care is specialised care for people with serious or terminal illnesses. The support focuses on providing relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness. The goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and their family
Palliative care at home allows you to stay in the place you feel most comfortable, surrounded by memories and the people you love.