87% of our clients agreed that the service we provide is safe and they feel protected from abuse and avoidable harm. 13% neither agreed nor disagreed.
My family are suggesting I move to a care home. But I’d rather stay in my own home.
Many people think the only way you can be sure of 24-hour care and support is to move to a care home. However, an increasingly popular alternative is live-in care at home. Live-in care will enable you to keep your independence and continue living your life the way you choose – in the familiarity, comfort and privacy of your own home.
Some of the many advantages of live-in care:
In your own home, you can continue living your life at your pace with complete peace of mind.
Your family and friends will still be able to come and see you at any time for as long as you wish.
Your carer will care for you, and care about you. They will cook your favourite meals for you and look after all the shopping and housekeeping.
Your carer will actively support you to increase your independence and encourage you to remain part of your local community; they will help you get out and about as much as you’d like.
There is no need for you to sell your home or get rid of your furniture or possessions.
Research has shown people stay longer when cared for in their own home compared with care homes. We think it’s because they’re happier!
Live-in care information pack
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The Care at Home way
Care at Home has over 25 years’ experience; and in that time we have developed an exceptional quality of service based on the wishes of our clients and knowledge of good care in practice. Our carers are highly trained and offer companionship, personal care and housekeeping. Having a carer live with you is easier than you might think. However, we do offer live-in care on a trial basis so you can make absolutely sure it is right for you and so you can experience the benefits of a quality live-in care service for yourself with no ongoing obligation.