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Why Choose Live-in Care?

When a person requires more support than ‘Hourly Carers’ can give (who pop in once or twice per day), but ardently wishes to remain in their own home, 'Live-in Care' is the perfect option. Often comparable in cost to residential care homes, it offers the best of both worlds; seamlessly combining care and independence to provide peace of mind for the whole family. Staying in your own home is the primary benefit of ‘Live-in Care,’ but there are many others.


Someone to keep on top of the home and help to potter in the garden if so desired, to run the vacuum cleaner around and change the bed linen regularly, to help care for a much-loved pet, and prepare the home for entertaining family and friends. Someone to make and accompany to appointments – doctor, dentist, hairdresser, chiropodist, physiotherapist,  etc. A reminder to take their medication so nothing is ever missed. A Companion and a friend to talk to, laugh with, to attend family celebrations with, so there is no need to miss weddings, christenings, and birthdays. Someone there to help settle down for the night, feeling warm, safe, secure, and comfortable. Help to wash and dress, and get ready for the day. Peace of mind for all the family knowing that there is indeed ‘someone there', and a loved one is not alone.

Home carer helping client in wheelchair with live in care
Graphic of pink ambulance on blue background representing emergency 24 hour live in care
Young disabled man in wheelchair holding bed hoist sat on a bed with at home respite care
Silhouette of disabled client holding hands with live in carer outside against the sunset
Elderly lady reading with her home carer in a pretty garden
Stars and moon in night sky representing 24 hour live in care
Calendar on blue background to book 24 hour live in care
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