Peace of mind and reassurance
All our care assistants are highly trained thanks to our award-winning programme, so you can be confident that you or the person you care for will be well looked after during your absence. We’ll work with you and other caregivers or medical professionals to understand your or your loved one’s situation, needs and preferences, ensuring the level of care is as high and as in-depth as possible. After our visits we’ll give you feedback and any tweaks can be made to our service if appropriate.
We’ll take time to find you or your friend or relative the perfect carer
We’ll work with you or your loved one to carefully match our care assistant in terms of experience, training and qualifications, as well as personality, emotional needs, interests and hobbies. If you or your family member is a football fan or loves knitting, for example, we’ll try to match a carer with the same interests, wherever possible. We’ll also be guided by you or your loved one in terms of the daily schedule, so if the person receiving live-in care wants to get washed and dressed at a certain time, we’ll work our plan around making that happen.
The highest level of care
You or your loved one will be allocated two personal live-in care assistants, to allow each one to have time off. All our carers are monitored and we will regularly review our care plan with you and/or your family to ensure we are always giving the highest level of care. Should the person receiving live-in care feel they are not completely compatible with their allocated live-in carer they are entitled to ask for a change. We go above and beyond to ensure our clients are happy with our service.
To read more about our training, visit our Caremark Training section
Live-in care gives me so much more than just peace of mind
“My wonderful live-in care assistant has quickly become a cherished pal. Not only does he help me with day-to-day tasks and getting around my home but he also supports the same football team as me and loves the game! He's given me a new lease of life - something I never thought I'd say in my latter years."
Fred, age 79, from Leeds.
"Louise looks after my son so beautifully and really has become like a member of the family. It's reassuring to know I can leave her with him and not worry if I need to pop out to run some errands."
Cindy, from Bristol.
"Dad really gets on well with his live-in carer. They even have the same interests and I sleep better at night knowing he is on hand if there's anything Dad needs day or night."
Polly, from Solihull.
Live-in care is more affordable than you think
Many people are surprised to discover that live-in care costs a similar amount or less to living in a residential care home. It can be a much more economical option than a care home for a couple who both need care, as it allows them both to stay together at home, rather than paying for both to have individual care in a residential home.
To help cover the costs of live-in care you or your loved one may qualify for financial support from your local authority. Visit our Guide to Financing section
for further information or get in touch with the team at your local office by filling out the form below to receive a personalised quote.
Would you like further information about live-in care?
If you would like more details about our live-in care services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by filling out the form below
. A member of our team from your local Caremark office will be in touch to discuss your needs and guide you through your options.