Our Home Care Options

Enabling Independent Living at Home

Being supported to continue enjoying life in your own home is a great choice for people who don’t want or need residential care. It is a very cost-effective way to get help in the precise areas you need and is flexible enough to be tweaked as needs change. One client may need temporary help at home while they recover from an illness or hospital stay, another might want help finding the perfect live-in carer. Or perhaps you’ve noticed your parents need a little extra support but they don’t want to admit it. Check here for signs your parents may need help at home.

 

We can work with you, and your family or friends if you wish, to ensure your care plan is right for you:

Companionship

Maybe you would like a CareGiver to check in on you every day, have a chat, share a pot of tea or have fun cooking or making something together. Or perhaps you need to be accompanied to a hospital or GP appointment. 

Personal Care

Perhaps you or a loved one need help getting out of bed in the morning or into bed at night, bathing, shaving, getting dressed or going to the toilet. Our qualified CareGivers can be booked for daily visits as required and will treat you with respect and sensitivity.

Live-In Care

If you need the security of having a live-in caregiver to offer wrap around support in your home, we will involve you in choosing your CareGiver to be compatible with your personality and the level of care required.

Dementia Care

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with dementia we can provide extra support. We offer in-house dementia training with a registered trainer to both CareGivers and next of kin.

Respite Care

We can provide temporary relief if you are a primary caregiver to a loved one. Whether you need a couple of hours off each week to relax or a longer break, contact us to arrange a care package to suit you.

Emergency Care

If you or a loved one has recently had a fall or an operation, extra support with daily life may be required during the recovery period. Or perhaps your usual CareGiver is unavailable due to an accident, emergency or holiday.

Palliative Care

If you or a loved one would rather spend their last few months at home instead of in a care home or hospital, we can help.