Home Care is a great option for a loved one who needs additional support with the tasks that arise during day to day life. Homecare professionals can provide care services directly to individuals within the comfort and familiar surroundings of their own home.

Home Care can provide huge benefits not only to the individual receiving the care but also to their families. This solution can provide respite, expertise and support to the families and friends that are primary carers. This means that the limited time that you do have available can be spent in more enjoyable ways, having fun, and making memories without having the worry of homecare responsibilities. This can have significant mental health benefits to both parties.

Many of our Service users have advised that they used to feel like they were a burden to their families/friends before they started receiving care at home services. Just because you have a family member who requires additional support should not mean that your own life should stop, you should still be able to take some time for yourself and go on holiday etc

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Whether you are caring for an elderly parent, supporting a disabled relative, or providing round-the-clock care for a friend with a terminal condition, our care professionals can give you the advice, reassurance, and practical help you need to ensure you never feel alone or overwhelmed with care responsibilities.

We understand that different individuals have complex and progressive needs, which is why we provide a variety of at-home care services. In this article, we will take a look at some of types of home care that are available:

Personal Care

Personal care involves helping with maintaining a regular routine to keep clean and healthy. It maintains health, wellbeing, and dignity by providing help with tasks in the comfort of your own home. We understand that personal care can be a sensitive topic of conversation, but good homecare companies have experienced carers who have had the most up-to-date and relevant training so that they can provide you with reassurance and confidence in the support you are receiving.

Respite Care

If you provide care to an individual, we understand that it can take an emotional and physical toll on your own personal and social life. Thus, respite care allows you to take a well-earned break and recharge your batteries without the person you care for having to change their usual, comfortable environment or disrupt their day-to-day routines. Sometimes, feeling trapped caring for elderly parents can become overwhelming. If you need a little extra support whilst caring for an elderly parent, having a little time to yourself can give you the boost needed to cope with the challenges that come with caring for a loved one.

Live-In Care

Live-in care involves a carer staying in the service users home on a full-time basis to accommodate their physical needs and ensure their wellbeing is looked after sufficiently around the clock. Live-in carers get to know their service users on a personal level, and so, as well as ensuring they’re well taken care of. They can provide companionship and reassurance at all hours of the day or night. Also a homecare professional will cater for all the person’s physical needs, whilst preventing loneliness and feelings of social exclusion.

Dementia Care

Dementia care services are specially designed for people living with this degenerative condition. Generally, a small number of specially trained familiar carers will be assigned to your loved one to help keep them comfortable and ensure consistency and continuity of care at all times.

Disability Care

Having to support and care for a loved one with complex disabilities can be a daunting task. Our expert carers can help to provide the necessary care and support that is required to help manage a wide range of disabilities. Whether the disability is a result of an illness, a chronic medical condition, or a serious accident, our trained care professionals understand what is required. If your loved one is disabled, at-home carers can help to meet their physical and mental needs, keeping them comfortable and improving their quality of life.

End-Of-Life Care

Receiving high-quality end-of-life care at home allows your loved one to spend the final stages of their life in the comfort of their own home. If you choose this type of service, home care professionals will ensure your relative’s wishes are met and their wellbeing is at the centre of the careplan. Our at homecare services ensure that you can focus on spending quality time together, whilst we support the service user.

Get In Touch

Sometimes, people need a little extra support or guidance. This is why we provide numerous types of home care and support to suit a variety of situations. If you are currently providing in-home care for elderly parents, supporting a loved one with disabilities, or looking after a relative with a degenerative condition, you do not need to go through these times alone. A care professional can always help!

Our expert team is trained to provide professional, personalised care and can alleviate some of the pressures from you whilst allowing you to enjoy precious time with your loved one. To discuss the services we offer, find your local office, and get in touch with a member of our friendly team today.

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