What are the benefits of care at home? We break down why we think live-in care is the perfect alternative to going into residential care.
Live-in care is when a carer lives with you or your loved one in the comfort of your own home. It offers independence and flexibility, allows the person to carry on living in the comfort of familiar surroundings, keep beloved pets and carry on engaging with their community (going to social events or classes).
Here are just some of the benefits of care at home:
Reduce The Risk Of Injury
Live-in Care ensures you or your loved one stays safe in the comfort of their own home - having a carer help you with daily tasks and getting around means the risk of falls and injury is greatly reduced. A carer can help make changes to your home to make it safer for your routine and help you keep on track with medicine, amongst other health and care needs.
Enjoy Nutritious Home-cooked Meals
If you or your loved one struggle to make homemade meals, a live-in carer can help you prepare your food. We help you match to your perfect carer who understands your needs and wants, and will be able to cater to your food tastes.
As well as helping you keep a healthy diet, your live-in carer will help you lead a healthy lifestyle: keeping active, socialising, grooming & dressing, and much more. Your live-in carer can help you go to community events or host friends and family over for tea. They can also research local low impact exercise classes, or help you keep fit at home. Keeping active and social is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and as we get older can be difficult to keep up on our own - here is where your carer can truly make a difference!
Help With Cleaning
We all like to feel good at home and keeping up with housework and maintenance can be difficult, especially as we grow older. A live-in carer will help you keep your house clean, tidy, and cosy.
Medical Care Needs
Depending on your or your loved ones needs, we can help arrange a carer who is trained in specific conditions like dementia, Alzheimer's, MS, Parkinson's, and many more.
If you would like to talk to us about arranging live-in care, we would be delighted to help you - you can call us on 01264 319399 or email firstname.lastname@example.org