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Living at Home’s specialist care services

Our purpose at Living at Home is to improve your life by assisting you to remain at home for as long as you like by offering our specialist care services.

We collaborate with community health professionals such as:

  • Hospital discharge teams
  • General practitioners
  • District nurses
  • Psychiatric nurses
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational therapists

This is to reduce the burden on already overstretched NHS services by avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions, preventing falls, and maintaining nutrition and hydration.

If hospitalisation is required, we will continue our visits as much as possible to ensure that you heal fast and maintain your nutrition and mobility.

This will allow you to return home sooner and lower the risk of readmission.

The high standard of training and support we provide to our staff demonstrates an exceptional level of trustworthiness to other health care professionals.

What is the meaning of ‘specialist care’?

The care required by individuals with specialist health conditions or illnesses is referred to as ‘specialist care’.

Our specialist care services require staff to have additional training and use of specialist equipment.

Specialist care services may be required for neuromuscular issuesspinal injuriescancer, and a variety of other health conditions.

We feel that spending time with loved ones is vital, which is why we provide a number of services ranging from respite care to regular visits to 24-hour home care.

By working closely with our clients and their loved ones, we assist people with special care requirements to remain in the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by people they trust.

Give Joanne or Rhian a call to discuss our specialist home care services.

You can contact us on 01792 588 111

What are the ways in which our specialist care services may assist you?

  • We deal with people who have long-term illnesses or impairments on a regular basis at Living at Home.
  • Our clients may have a variety of problems, but they all want to live a self-sufficient and meaningful life.
  • The best way to live is to choose care options that are tailored to your needs.
  • Our care professionals receive special training so that they can focus on your specific needs.
  • They are comfortable using a variety of specialist equipment and adopt the safest techniques when providing physical assistance.
  • In addition, our care professionals provide emotional and practical support.
  • This might range from a friendly chat or a helping hand to working with various mobility aids throughout the day.

Support for a number of health issues is available in a variety of ways.

We have many years of expertise helping people of all ages live independently in their homes, regardless of their health conditions or particular care needs.

Call Joanne or the team to find out how we can help you or a loved one.

We’re here to discuss your needs and help you find the best care services for you.

You can contact us on 01792 588 111

To begin your journey of care and support…

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Give the team a call

If you or a loved one think we can help, please contact Joanne and the team

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Arrange a visit

We will visit you at your home to discuss the care and support needs.

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Meet your new friend

We’ll arrange for home visits and reviews to ensure best care and support

Some of the specialist care services Living at Home provide include:

Alzheimer’s disease care







Heart disease
Motor neurone
Multiple sclerosis
Physical disabilities
Learning disabilities support
Acquired brain
Joint replacement
Huntington’s disease care
Hypertension (high blood pressure) care
Spinal injury
Neurological conditions care
Support for younger

Making plans for the future

It’s critical to start arrangements as soon as possible so that you and your loved one have a plan of action and are aware of your options.

As more elderly care options become available, it is now possible for people to stay in their own homes instead of going to a nursing home.

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