Live-in Home Care in Truro
Hometouch handpicks the best thoroughly vetted and highly trained live-in carers in Truro. We can provide private personal in-home care for your elderly loved one, a friend or family member with mobility issues due to injury or illness, or for people suffering from cognitive decline.
You don’t have to send your loved one to a care home. Hometouch can help you find and manage the care you need round the clock and in the environment that is the most comfortable and familiar to your loved one - their own home.
Contact a Hometouch Care Advisor today and find out more about your options.
Fully Regulated With High Marks From the CQC (Care Quality Commission)
Hometouch was founded by Dr Jamie Wilson, a former NHS psychiatrist specialised in dementia, in an effort to empower everyone - whether impeded by mobility or cognitive issues due to injury, illness, or advanced age - to be able to live as independently and comfortably as possible and to be treated with compassion and dignity.
All our live-in home carers are handpicked for their professionalism, their kindness, and their attention to detail. They receive comprehensive training to ensure that health and safety risks are minimized and that in case of an emergency they will be able to take prompt and appropriate measures.
Hometouch live-in home carers go beyond providing essential clinical support, assistance with mobility and medication. They provided a friendly, reassuring presence - companionship when called for and privacy when so desired.
The CQC (Care Quality Commission), an independent regulator of health and social care in England, conducts regular reviews and check-ins of the care we manage. They have given us high marks, qualifying our level of care as ‘Safe’, ‘Effective’, ‘Caring’, ‘Responsive’, and ‘Well-led’.
The CQC reviews of the care we manage report that - “People and relatives described staff as kind and caring. They told us the staff protected people’s dignity and privacy.” Regarding the care management we provide, they state - “The service was well managed... Stakeholders spoke positively about the management team and support they offered.”
Entrusting live-in care for a loved one in need of assistance can be a daunting responsibility. Hometouch is reliable, fully regulated, and has an outstanding reputation in the field. We have built partnerships with memory clinics and the Alzheimer’s Society and continue to be at the forefront of live-in care in England.
Live-In Home Care Is Available in Truro
Sending your loved one to a care home is a choice. But it does not have to be your only choice. Consider providing your loved one with a live-in care professional. Hometouch will help you find the right one for your specific situation. We will guide you through the process and stay with you, your loved one, and the carer at every step of the journey.
Talk with a Hometouch Care Advisor today and tell us how we can help you to meet your needs.
What is live-in care?
Live-in care is when a carer lives with the person receiving care in their home. From companionship care all the way to round-the-clock complex care, a live-in carer can provide one-to-one support in your loved one’s own home. This is especially important for people living with dementia, who may become increasingly confused or distressed in unfamiliar surroundings.
A dedicated live-in carer can provide your loved one with more individual care than they’d receive at a residential home. So whether it’s a day out on weekends, or fish and chips in front of the TV on a Friday evening, your loved one can carry on doing the things they enjoy. And because the carer is staying on-site, it’s often cheaper than a care home too. To find out more about the cost of care where you live, take a look at our page on understanding the cost of care.
At hometouch, we help people live happily, safely and with dignity in their own homes. If you think live-in care could be right for your loved one, contact a hometouch Care Advisor today.
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