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Live-in care: our live-in home care services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Throughout Wales, we offer high quality 24-hour live-in care in the comfort and security of your own home

Live-in care is a great option if you need full-time professional care and support and wish to stay at home.

With the help of a professionally matched live-in care professional, our live-in care service provides one-on-one, 24-hour personalised care for you or a loved one in the comfort, security, and familiar surroundings of your own home.

This allows you to live keep to your own routine while still being able to interact with family, friends, and neighbours.

You can receive specialised care and support for the short or long term through a personalised care plan with our live-in care options.

Our live-in care professionals are trained to assist people of all ages with a wide range of requirements and levels of dependency.

We can help with a variety of health problems, including:

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, Arthritis, Heart disease, Stroke, Physical disabilities, End of life and Cancer

What is live-in care?

Live-in care offers you continual, round-the-clock care from a committed care professionals who lives with you in your home and is available to provide help whenever you need it.

We understand how difficult it can be to support or care for a loved one who requires assistance.

Therefore, our live-in care is based on your needs and preferences.

With Living at Home live-in care, you and your loved ones can focus on what matters most—spending quality time together.

What is the role of a live-in care professional?

A live-in care professionals assists your loved one with a variety of household and personal needs, to ensure their well-being.

Our care professionals are trained to
assist with other activities such as:

help with cleaning

Household cleaning

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Personal hygiene

Emergency response

Help getting dressed

Help with food perpetration

Meal preparation

Help with pills

Medication prompting & support

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Shopping & errands

Support with mobility

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Companionship

We may come to your house to talk about your options and set up the help you need. Please contact Joanne or the team about what a care professional may do to help on 01792 588 111

A quick summary of live-in care

  • For people paying for their own care, it’s comparable to living in a care home. Furthermore, because your home is not included in the financial means test, you are more likely to be eligible for local government aid and less likely to lose your home.
  • It allows individuals to stay in their homes longer, keep their routines and live independently, and it’s increasingly linked to positive health outcomes.

What does Living at Home's live-in care entail?

Our live-in care service is here to help you in any way you need, including:

Personal Care

Bathing, toileting, changing clothes and self-care are all done in a dignified and respectful way.

Getting out into the community

We recognise that your life extends beyond your home, so we’ll be there to assist you.

Complex care

Trained care professionals dealing with more complex needs such as catheter and stoma management.

Household chores

Laundry and housework included for a clean and comfortable house.

Companionship

You will have a friend for support, a listening ear and a shoulder to lean on.

•Dietary requirements

This includes meal planning and preparation to ensure your dietary requirements are met.

 

Living at Home live-in care services have several advantages:

Live-in care allows you or a loved one to remain in their own home for as long as possible, with the assistance and support of a full-time care professional.

Live-in care provides one-to-one assistance for personal care and domestic chores.

Our clients can continue to live at home and be self-sufficient thanks to this customised level of care.

Living at Home understands that deciding to leave your home is never easy.

Older people, as well as vulnerable people of all ages, may be hesitant to relocate to a new care facility.

A possible alternative is live-in care 24-hour care, or one of our at-home care packages.

Our clients gain from the reassurance that there is another person in the house, in addition to the flexibility of agreed work.

In the event of an emergency, private live-in care professionals are ready to help.

This reassurance is frequently a crucial factor in our clients’ decisions to remain in their own homes.

So, let’s begin the journey
what’s next?

Arranging a care consultation with us is the first step toward live-in care.

This is where we learn about your circumstances and discuss choices with you that meet the needs of your loved one.

You’re probably unfamiliar with the concept of live-in care.

That’s why we’d want to talk you through the many possibilities and provide the best advice for your specific situation.

Fill out the form below or give us a call on 01792 588 111.

Joanne, or another of our qualified care managers, will visit your loved one at home to talk to them and any other relatives about what they need from our live-in care service.

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

Live-in care FAQs

What exactly does full-time live-care entail?

Live-in care allows you to stay in the comfort of your own home while having a care professional available to help you with your daily activities.

Live-in care can take many forms, but it basically means that a care professional moves into your house and provides you with care and support while living with you.

Live-in care is a good alternative to going to a care facility.

It allows you to remain independent at home while still getting the care and support you require.

What should I expect from a live-in care professional?

A live-in care professionals may assist with a variety of tasks, including daily housekeeping duties such as meal preparation and cleaning.

 

Furthermore, they give round-the-clock care and support, including personal care and medication support as needed.

They also give companionship and assist the client in living independently.

What are the advantages of live-in care over residential care?

The main advantage of live-in care is that our clients may continue to live at home.

For those living with dementia or a disease that might cause disorientation, this can provide a crucial sense of familiarity.

Additionally, live-in care allows care professionals to form bonds with their clients.

Your care professionals will spend time getting to know you and your routine.

You'll feel better knowing that there's someone else in the house who can help you with care and housekeeping responsibilities.

Is it possible for me to have a live-in care professional?

Live-in care is available to everyone who requires it.

You may have a live-in care professionals if you want to stay in your own home but need extra care and support around the house.

There are numerous advantages to retaining your freedom while receiving one-on-one care and support.

What's the difference between live-in care and 24-hour care?

  • Live-in care: A care professionals who stays with you in your own home is known as a "live-in" care professional.

Your live-in care professionals will assist you with your daily activities, such as getting dressed, preparing meals, accompanying you out in the community and general cleaning.

Your live-in care professional will take pauses throughout the day to unwind and enjoy some free time before retiring for the night.

  • 24-hour care: A team of care professionals may offer 24-hour care and support for clients who require frequent care throughout the night or need someone on hand at all times, giving families peace of mind that their loved one's requirements are being met 24 hours a day.

 

With very serious medical needs, such as late stages of dementia or Parkinson's disease, those who need help at night are usually required to receive 24-hour care.

Please call Joanne or Rhian to learn how we can help you and your family with live-in or 24-hour care.

You can contact us on 01792 588 111.

Who qualifies for live-in care?

Anyone who wants to stay in their own home while receiving the care and support they require should consider live-in care.

 

It's ideal for anyone who wants to maintain their independence while remaining in familiar surroundings.

 

It's also a fantastic option for those with complicated care requirements, since they can receive the one-on-one attention they need while still receiving medication support.

How often should a live-in carer work?

Live-in care professionals will work for a certain number of hours each day (approximately ten hours), which will be determined at the start of your care plan

The number of hours a live-in care professionals works varies based on the needs of each client.

How much does a live-in care package cost?

Our live-in care costs are determined by the client's specific needs and the number of hours of care they require.

Sometimes, local governments might help with the cost of live-in care, but this is not always the case.

Many clients ask us if live-in care is less expensive than residential care or assisted living facilities.

A cost-effective alternative to residential care is live-in care.

Your live-in care professionals will live with you in your home for a set amount of time, and the cost may vary based on the sort of care you require.

Because all our services are tailored to your specific requirements, we cannot provide an average cost until we have reviewed your care plan.

Simply give Joanne or Rhian a call to set up a live-in care services for you or to talk though some options.

We're available to discuss your live-in care requirements and to find the ideal care services for you.

You can contact us on 01792 588 111.

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