Is domiciliary care right for me?

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Domiciliary care is right for you if you value independence, stability, affordability, and personalised one-to-one care, but it’s not right for everyone. Find out more… What is domiciliary care? Domiciliary care is commonly known as home care and both are umbrella terms that refer to the different types of care and support that can be …

Independent Living: Helping Your Loved One Stay At Home

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There are ways to support independent living so that your loved one can stay safe in their own home for as long as possible. Most people take independence for granted, but for many, independent living is more challenging. Tasks that others might give no thought to – using the toilet, bathing, washing, getting around the …

Home Care For The Elderly – How Much Does It Cost?

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The cost of home care depends on the level of care you need, the number of hours you need care for, and whether you source your carer through an agency or an introductory platform. How much does home care for the elderly cost? The short answer is: usually much less than a care home. The …

3 Biggest Advantages to Hiring Self-Employed Carers

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The world of care can be confusing. Add into that the emotions you’re bound to be experiencing if you’ve decided your loved one needs care, and the whole situation can feel overwhelming. We’re here to help. Call us if you have any questions about our exceptional live-in care. 020 3797 0086 The 3 biggest advantages to …

24 hour care: what is it, and is it a good idea?
24 hour home care is care provided by a carer who lives in your loved one’s home. It’s a good idea because it generally costs less, is less stressful for your loved one, and the care is specialised to your loved one’s individual needs. If your loved one requires care, live-in home care is generally considered …

5 tips to care for an elderly parent

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Break it down, educate yourself on your options, set boundaries, talk to someone and share the burden. Sharing is caring, both for them and for you. Your parents’ age can creep up on you. One week you might be picking up their shopping when you get yours, the next you realise your spare time has dwindled to …

Private Carers: Your 4 most common questions answered

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What a private carer is, what they do, the qualities you should look out for, and how you can find a trusted private carer to suit your needs. Many people prefer to look for a private carer rather than using a care agency. Private carers are generally much more affordable, more flexible and allow you …

HomeTouch on London Live Morning News

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Dr. Jamie Wilson, founder of HomeTouch on London Live Morning News, talking about the issues facing those in need of care, what makes HomeTouch work for you and for our carers, why it’s a better alternative to traditional agencies, and how we go above and beyond to ensure safety. London Live News investigates a new approach to …

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