How Does Live-In Care Work? Dignity and Respect Come as Standard

How Does Live-in care Work?

Live-in care can be a short-term or long-term arrangement, depending on your circumstances.

Whatever your individual requirements, a live-in carer can provide care, support and companionship to you in times of need. Here at Cavell Healthcare, we offer a range of live-in care services from full-time, long-term live-in carers to respite care.

If you are a caregiver with responsibility for a loved one, there may come a time when you need to take a break from your caring duties to attend to your own needs. Respite care allows you to take a break knowing that your loved one can remain at home, whilst receiving the care they need which you would usually provide. This arrangement is a popular alternative to placing your loved one in a care home and causes far less stress and anxiety.

Ongoing Needs Assessment

Whatever your individual requirements – from require personal or complex care to companionship – you are in safe hands with Cavell Healthcare.

We work with our clients and their families to create bespoke care plans which are designed to identify individual needs and put the necessary measures in place to ensure that we not only meet physical requirements, but emotional and spiritual needs too.

We also understand that individual circumstances may change over time, so here at Cavell Healthcare we perform ongoing and regular reviews for each of our clients to ensure that we continue to meet any new or changing needs.

Independence At The Forefront

A live-in carer offers families an excellent solution when they recognise a loved one needs help. It enables the loved one to remain at home whilst giving family members reassurance that their loved one is safe, happy and being looked after.

Here at Cavell Healthcare, our live-in service is designed to give our clients the support they need, whilst giving them the independence to live life the way that they choose.

To find out how we can provide around-the-clock support to you or a loved one in familiar surroundings, please give the office a call on 01603 340 044 / 01502 447 660.