Are you worrying about your loved one whilst at work? Do you head straight to their home the minute the working day is over? Care at Home understand that when your elderly loved ones show signs of old age it can be distressing for everybody. Whilst your daily visits and check-up phone calls might calm your nerves, your relative may feel as if you are interfering. Furthermore, wouldn’t your days be much less stressful if you knew your loved one was being taken care of?
An Alternative to Care Homes in Bedfordshire
Residential homes are often considered the only option for later life care. Whilst the concept appeals to some elderly individuals, many want to remain in their family home, surrounded by their own things and their pets. Care at Home, with our professional and compassionate carers, can enable your loved one to stay in their home for as long as they desire.
Elderly people who remain in their own home need only see our carers as there to make life easier. With 24-hour live-in support, clients are encouraged to live their lives exactly as they wish. Whether they want to do a spot of shopping or host a dinner for the family, our carers will help make sure this happens exactly as they would like. Our phenomenal carers will help your loved one live a happy life with the independence and freedom they wish.
The Benefits of Live In Care Bedfordshire
Whilst the physical and emotional benefits of our professional live-in carers are clear, many assume that this comes with a high cost. However, full-time live-in care fees are comparable to those of residential homes, often coming in cheaper. Furthermore, if a couple both require live-in care, this can help with costs too. Many clients’s and their families are very pleasantly surprised.
To find out more about how a live-in carer could change the life of your loved one, whether they require minimal help or have complex medical needs, you can request a Care at Home brochure online. Furthermore, we offer one week live in care trials so your elderly relative can see what life would be like with a live-in carer.
Some elderly people need a little help around the home. Our carers can provide whatever help is needed, as well as companionship. Most of our clients and carers become lifelong friends.
If you care for your loved one, respite care can provide a well-earned break. No matter how much we love our elderly relatives, time apart can be beneficial for both parties.
Those living with dementia can be vulnerable and require different medical and emotional needs. Our specialist carers receive ongoing training to ensure they can provide the best dementia care, keeping your loved ones active and happy.
If your loved one has been in hospital, you may want to consider post-operative care for when they are discharged. This will give you peace of mind that your loved one is being well looked after and will be back to full health in no time.
If someone you love has been diagnosed with a terminal illness but wants to remain in their home we can grant their wish. Our compassionate carers are able to provide palliative care, as well as emotional and spiritual wellbeing.