Three easy steps to live-in care
1. Get in Touch
Contact our expert care team today and we will be very happy to discuss your requirements with you.
2. Arrange a Home Visit
One of our qualified Care Managers will arrange a home visit. This is so we can conduct a full and thorough assessment in order to create a carefully personalised care plan.
3. Commence Care
Your Care Manager will then work with our experienced bookings team to match the best possible live-in carer. Often, the next day.
What is palliative care at home?
Palliative care at home means that you or a loved one is able to spend their last days in their own home, surrounded by familiar faces and memories in a peaceful environment while receiving round the clock end-of-life care.
Palliative carers move into the home of the person they’re looking after and provide round-the-clock support. Our live-in carers are expertly trained to deliver palliative care at home to clients reaching the end of life and, understanding what a distressing and fearful time it can be, they work closely with doctors, district nurses and the palliative care health team to provide not just professional and practical help, but also emotional support and understanding. This makes it possible for someone to end their life at home as painlessly and peacefully as possible. Being at home with live-in care means that there are no stressful hospital visits and family members can enjoy quiet, private time with their relative when they wish.
Our carers offer a tailored one-to-one service, helping to ease the burden that rests on the family, and allowing their relative dignity and comfort throughout.
Talk to our expert care team today
Contact our expert care team on 01453 839290 and discuss home care options for you or your loved one.
You may instead wish to send us a message via our online enquiry form. A member of our team will then be in touch within 24 hours to assist you.
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