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If you need support at home to enable you to live independently, you may choose to opt for live-in care. As an alternative to residential care, live-in care provides you with a carer who If you need support at home to enable you to live independently, you may choose to opt for live-in care.
As an alternative to residential care, live-in care provides you with a carer who lives with you at home, supporting your day-to-day needs. Whether you need help with tasks around the home, with your mobility or medication, we can make your routine manageable and enable you to keep living in comfortable and familiar surroundings.
We understand exactly what is required of them. We know how important it is to live independently and to continue making life choices. With our extensive experience, you’ll notice the difference in the professional support we offer. Read more about choosing NWQC as your live-in care provider.
Live-in care has many benefits when compared to other varieties of care. Although every situation is different and requires a different approach, live-in care is a brilliant option for many people who have greater care needs but would benefit from remaining in their own house rather than moving into a residential care home.
Moving into a care home can be very destabilising and intimidating, especially for those who are very vulnerable, and the flexibility and continuity allowed by live-in care can be invaluable.
The level of specially tailored, one-on-one support which a live-in-carer is able to provide is very difficult to match in a residential care setting. Live-in care can help both the client and their loved ones to feel more comfortable and confident.
Remaining in familiar surroundings with your home comforts, pets and family memories can boost wellbeing and help maintain a sense of stability.
Live-in carers build a strong friendship with their clients, and get to know their individual needs inside out, allowing them to provide highly personalised and specialised care.
The companionship and emotional support a live-in carer provide will help prevent loneliness and improve mental health and wellbeing.
Domiciliary care — also known as hourly care — involves a care assistant visiting you in your home, supporting your daily needs and enabling you to maintain your independence. With this kind of help, you can continue to live in your own home, keeping to your familiar routine and doing those things you enjoy.
Domiciliary care is generally provided for a minimum of 30 minutes and up to as many hours as you need. Carers can rotate, if required, and can visit you as many times as you choose – daily or weekly.
There is a team of excellent friendly professional people in the office, who personally keep in touch with Clients on a daily basis, so they fully understand their clients’ needs and build a trusting relationship.
This is so important in order to provide them with the appropriate healthcare staff well suited to handle their particular requirements. It has always been important to NWQC, and still is, to maintain a good client/staff relationship, to keep in touch, to provide a rapid response to enquiries, to provide the best healthcare staff and to be there when needed 24/7.
NWQC has an excellent bank of healthcare workers in all categories and regularly keep in touch for their work availability so that we can offer them the shifts they need and also ensure we give the client the service they deserve.