About Live-in Care

Live-in care also known as domiciliary care services is where staff deliver 24 hours of care in the convenience of your own home, which enables you or a loved, to stay at home in a familiar and relaxed environment with an incomparable level of one to one support. Embracing personal care, housekeeping and companionship it is a direct alternative to residential care that empowers you to retain control and independence.

Your professional live-in carer works with you to meet your personal needs and wishes, following an individually designed support plan that is put together by one of our local assessors in conjunction with those that are familiar with existing routines and needs. Your care is arranged on your terms and is designed to meet existing preferences for meals and eating times, naps and hobbies as well as established medication and care routines. And as your needs change, our one-to-one care has the flexibility to evolve with you.

Experience has shown us that finding the right person to support you is the single most important factor in getting it right. Great care is taken in providing you with the most appropriate carer to meet your requirements. It may be that you require :-

A carer with a certain level of experience and / or specialist training
A carer who can drive
A choice of male or female carers to support your personal care needs
Somebody who shares a hobby or interest

Our Homecare services will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the year, including bank holidays and weekends, split into Day Care 7:00am – 11:00pm and Night Care 10:00pm – 7am.

Home Care

Personal Care & Support in Your Own Home

Benefits of Staying in Your Own Home

We specialise in providing full time, one to one support. Our highly trained handpicked carers are truly passionate about caring and providing the highest levels of care. Through our carers we are able to ensure personalised attention and support at all times.

From companionship through to personal care and to higher level care needs, our carers can support anyone to stay at home. We understand the importance of promoting and maintaining regular routines and preferences, including trips out and mealtime choices.

Empathy, compassion, skill and commitment are just some of the attributes we ensure all of our carers have.

Services You Can Get at Your Own Home

Personal care:

Assistance with dressing/undressing – getting up in the morning and preparing for bed at night
Assistance with bathing, showering and washing
Assistance with skin care, washing hair and cleaning teeth
Assistance with bed bathing
Assistance with toileting and use of incontinence aids
Assistance with medication and health related duties (in accordance with the written Care Plan)
Night sleepover or sitting service and day sitting services
Assisting with the feeding

Social care including:

Companionship, social skills, social interaction
Reminiscing and mental awareness stimulation
Letter writing, reading and managing correspondence
Escorting to medical and social appointments
Escorting to educational/employment establishments
Participation in hobbies
Walking and travelling
Assisting with an agreed programme of convalescence/rehabilitation
Assisting with budgeting and finances
Support to maintain tenancies
General supported living assistance

Domestic care including:

The preparation of food, shopping, cooking, washing up and menu planning
Cleaning and general routine household tasks
Laundry (including incontinence laundry)

All tasks carried out by Care Workers will be agreed and set out in writing in the Care Plan/Contract.

The following are the types of services we provide for our clients:

Personal Hygiene
Preparing food and drinks
Collecting pensions and paying bills

Our Services

Physical Disabilities

For Adults, Younger Adult and Elderly

Learning Disabilities

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Mental Health Problem

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Challenging Behaviour

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Autism Disorder

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Aspergers Syndrome

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Terminal Illness

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly

Drug and Alcohol Abuse

For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly


For Adults, Younger Adults and Elderly