Who is Live-In Care For? Live Your Life the Way You Choose

Who Is Live-in care For?

Live-in care is an option for anyone with care needs who wants to remain at home instead of going into a care home.

At Cavell Healthcare, our dedicated live-in care service and our person-centred approach is tailor made to ensure that we meet your individual care or nursing needs at home, allowing you to maintain your independence by remaining at home and living your life the way you choose.

Our comprehensive live-in care service offers a lifeline to those who are struggling to cope with day-to-day life or live safely in their home environment. Both individuals and couples with a variety of needs can benefit from having the support of a live-in carer.

To discuss your options with a professional live-in care provider, give Cavell Healthcare a call today on 01603 340 044 / 01502 447 660.

Who We Can Help

As well as supporting the elderly, we can provide live-in care for people with a range of disabilities and conditions, including:

  • Acquired or traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Strokes
  • Ventilator dependency 
  • Tracheostomies
  • Catheters or stomas
  • PEG feeding tubes
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental health conditions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis 
  • Dementia
  • Cerebral Palsy

More Information

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.