Live in care, is a full time, one to one care service, provided in the comfort of your own home. Allowing you to stay in familiar surroundings with family, friends and your pets for as long as you chose to.

We offer individuals and their families bespoke home care plans to enable you or your loved one to achieve this. We offer you peace of mind knowing that your loved one is being cared for throughout the day. This is a real alternative to moving into an alternative care setting such as supported living or a residential care or nursing home.

We believe that everyone is entitled to live in their own home for as long as they wish and lead a happy, independent and fulfilled life. Whilst residential homes can offer a good quality of care, for most people the benefits of staying in their own home are clearly preferable.

Many people find that a one-to-one personal live-in care service an ideal solution to allow you or your loved one to stay at home in familiar, relaxed surroundings.

Our live-in carers that are trained and are able to live with individuals who have a variety of conditions ranging including;

  • Physical disabilities and limited mobility
  • Motor neurological conditions – multiple sclerosis, supranuclear palsy and motor neurone disease
  • Parkinson’s, including Lewy body
  • Recovery from strokes
  • Post-operative support
  • Spinal injuries and acquired brain injuries
  • Respite care

Our live-in carers promote independence and allows you or your loved one to maintain a sense of being in control and have choice in the way you or your loved one is cared for.

Live-in care also promotes better health. With the support of a live-in carer, many clients feel less lonely and vulnerable which can lead to improvements in both mental and physical well-being.


Our Care Packages

Level One

Domestic, Social Assistance and Personal Care

Mainly housekeeping, cooking, cleaning, outings and companionship, plus assistance with washing, dressing, toileting including catheter care, incontinence management, feeding, prompting medications, using manual handling techniques for hoists, mobility aids etc.

Level Two

Complex Care

As Level One plus full assistance with stoma care, peg feeding etc. Also caring for someone with dementia, diabetes, a terminal illness or post operative care following major surgery.