Live-in care

Live-in care is a type of home care service where a carer resides in the client’s home, providing round-the-clock assistance and support. This arrangement is particularly beneficial for individuals who require continuous care and support due to medical conditions, aging, or disabilities. The carer is available to assist with daily activities, offer companionship, and address the specific needs of the individual so they remain safe in their home and their health and wellbeing are maintained.

Personal and Support Services:

  • Assist and support with Bathing, washing, and showering.
  • Assist and support with Dressing and grooming
  • Help maintain good skin care and oral hygiene
  • Support with toileting and continence needs
  • Help with light housekeeping and cleaning chores
  • Help with feeding and drinking
  • Accompany clients to medical and health appointments, help clients make appointments where required
  • Assist and support in taking medications, making sure medications are available
  • Looking after clients’ nutritional and fluid needs: preparing, cooking, serving, and tidying away after meals and drinks, monitor weight monthly and raise any concerns as appropriate
  • Support with collecting shopping and medication
  • Support with paying bills, shopping list, shopping
  • Provide companionship
  • Handling personal possessions and documents
  • Support with mobilizing and transfers with appropriate walking aids and transfer equipment
  • Help in managing correspondence, finances and benefit claims, Direct Payments and Individualized Budgets  
  • Provide advice, advocacy and liaison
  • Help in establishing social contacts and activities
  • Help in establishing personal safety and security
  • Promoting and monitoring of health and well-being 
  • Support to access clubs, college, work placements and leisure facilities

Complex Care: We provide support for individual complex health conditions who want to remain in the comfort of their own homes while receiving the necessary support and attention to meet their specific needs.

  • Catheter care – changing bags, monitoring output and emptying bags
  • Assistance with eye or ear drops
  • Medication requirements and other health related activities
  • Help with the care of terminally ill clients

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