Having the ability to choose your own home provides motivation and confidence that encourages good health, well being, and independence. Live in care not only helps with ongoing, long term support needs, but it also benefits those requiring short term support following a spell in hospital to help support recovery from a specific illness or incident.
It also helps family carers, already caring for a loved one with complex needs or where high levels of support are required. A live in care service can provide round the clock care to allow you to take a break, or even a holiday.View Services
How Live in Care helps
We will begin by taking time to understand what is important to you, and those around you. Our teams are both experienced and knowledgeable and will be able to offer advice and guidance on how we can help as well answering any questions you may have. We will also work with you to make sure that you are completely comfortable with your choice of carer, both personally and professionally.
Once you are happy, we can arrange a time suitable to you to begin your service. We want to make sure that you are always receiving the support you need to give you the independence you want within the comfort of your own home.
Our ongoing and regular review process gives you the ability to change and adapt your support based on changing circumstances or individual need.
”"Importantly, companionship and having a friendly face around the house is a key element of our live in service, giving peace of mind and reassurance to everyone."CarewatchNorthampton
Why Choose Live in Care
- Keep your own choices, independence and lifestyle.
- Receive dedicated one to one support at any time of the day or night.
- Less likely to feel lonely or vulnerable and are less likely to suffer falls or accidents.
- Carry on living your life, just as you always have done.
- Live in care provides peice of mind for you and your family as you have somebody there 24/7 making sure your loved one is safe.
- Live in care promotes better health care, mentally and physically.
- Keep any pets you may have and love.
- Continue living independently in your own home with all of your memories and personal possessions.
- Living in your own home is beneficial for people with dementia as they have memories and familiar places surrounding them.
- Assistance with medication
- Help with caring for pets
- Help with arranging appointments, days out, and social events
- Getting up and ready for the day and settling in for the evening
- Nutritional support and help with meal preparation and drinks
- Practical help such as laundry, shopping and cleaning
Get In Touch Today
If you would like a chat, or more information about our home care for the elderly, you can contact your local Carewatch team by using our branch finder, to discuss your requirements at a time that suits you.Find A Branch