Live in Companionship and Home Help

For many people, live in care has become the popular alternative to being in a residential care home. Live in care offers one to one support in your own personal and private environment. It enables people to keep their engagement with local communities and friends who may live nearby, as well as favourite places eat, go walking, and visit. The upheaval of residential care can be distressing and expensive.

Families often live apart from each other and find it hard to provide the support to older relatives that they would like to. Having a Live in Carer gives families the peace of mind that somebody is there to always help in the home as well as being a friendly and encouraging presence in the home.

Carer pushing someone in a wheelchair
Nurse and client on laptop
Live In Companionship and Home Help
The benefits of using MyLife
One to one support, day or night
Carefully selected carer short list to choose from
Peace of mind for families
Long lasting friendship and companionship

Highly Trained Health Care Assistants

Our Companionship staff are selected for each person based upon their personality, interests and lifestyle choices. It can be difficult at first as this can be a big change for someone who was accustomed to living alone. Conversely, if your older relative has found themselves alone through the loss of their wife or husband, a Live in Carer can help them through the grieving process, providing a way to fill the void that can be left behind. Each Live in Carer will be introduced and selected by the person requiring the support, it is as important to us as it is to you that the right person is living in your home with you and that positive and rewarding relationships can be formed.

As ageing begins to create more difficulties with day to day activities, the live in carer can step up the help they provide, as well as be able to identify any changes in health that can be a cause for concern. Early recognition of any health conditions can be lifesaving.

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