Berkshire Live in Care
Welcome to Corinium Care in Berkshire, the live in care agency where we put the personal touch at the heart of our organisation.
We provide live in care all over the UK, primarily in the south of the country, including live in carers in Berkshire.
Our Berkshire Live in Care Clients
Our clients elderly people who are frail and vulnerable and find it increasingly difficult to manage alone. They want to stay in their own home in Berkshire and maintain their independence.
We provide Berkshire live in care for clients with varying degrees of dementia, from short-term memory loss to advanced Alzheimer’s. Some may have Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease. Others are recovering from a stroke and might need respite care. Many are in need of palliative care.
If you’d like to know more about live in care in Berkshire please complete the form below or give us a call on 01453 839290.
Our Live in Carers in Berkshire
Our live in carers in Berkshire are exceptional people. They come from all walks of live and different backgrounds but they share a caring and compassionate nature, along with a desire to make their client feel safe and comfortable in their own home.
They all benefit from our award-winning training which includes first aid, personal care, dementia care and moving and handling.
Many of our live in carers come from South Africa and Zimbabwe as well as the UK.
They undertake many aspects of caring: day-to-day tasks such as cooking, light housework and personal care. Their aim is to make their clients’ lives as fulfilling as possible, encouraging them to do as much as they wish.
At Corinium Care we always involve our clients in decision-making and take the client’s preferences into account.
Award Winning Live in Care Berkshire
High standards, compassion and attention to detail are essential elements of the care provided by Corinium Care.
We offer our clients and their families comfort, dignity and peace of mind at one of the most challenging times of their lives.
Corinium Care is registered with the Care Quality Commission.