Who can benefit from care?
Live-in home care is available for adults of all ages, from the age of 18 and up. A residential care home is not the only option.
With private care, you can continue to live in the place you know and love.
Peace of mind for the elderly
For an elderly relative or friend, a carer can become a huge source of support, especially for someone who is frail or regularly experiencing falls. More than just home help, a live at home carer for the elderly offers families with extra reassurance that someone is there to cook regular meals, administer medication, on-hand in an emergency and also to offer ongoing companionship.
Someone living with dementia
If your loved one is living with dementia, the daily support of a familiar face is crucial in easing anxiety and any challenging behaviours. Your dedicated carer will work for weeks at a time before taking time off, with a regular relief carer who you will get to know too.
With an extensive team of dementia specialists, we can also offer tips for managing various behaviours associated with dementia. Our focus is on understanding the causes and adjusting support, whether it’s using visual prompts for people and rooms, specific tips for mealtimes and rewarding activities such as creating a life story book.
And as a member of the Dementia Action Alliance, we’re always looking to provide the best support we can for those with different types of dementia.
Other medical conditions
Our carers have specialisms with many different conditions, including Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, support after a stroke, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, diabetes, Huntington’s disease, and even depression or anxiety.
Whatever your condition, we will create a package of care that helps you to live your life in the way you want Trained palliative carers are also available to support someone at the end of their life. They each provide specialist support to help with the day to day things and enable you or your loved one to pass peacefully at home.
Temporary support after an operation
You may need some temporary care after an accident or planned operation, such as after a knee or hip operation. Even if it’s just for a few days, a carer can help to ease your recovery at home.
Along with cooking meals and the household chores, your carer can also support with strengthening exercises, based on guidance from your physiotherapist
24 hour care at home
24 hour home care is a personalised service that allows you or your loved one to receive tailored specialist support that matches their current lifestyle and routine.
We work towards a user-led person-centred delivery of services.
Get in Touch
Slough Tel: 01753 314 246
London Tel: 0208 935 5653
Central Working Slough,
The Future Works,
2 Brunel Way, Slough,SL1 1FQ