Merton's best live-in carers
Looking for a great live-in carer in Merton? Whether you’re in Morden, Mitcham or Wimbledon, we can match your loved one with the perfect live-in carer, vetted and equipped to help with your care needs. Experience our exemplary service in Wimbledon – and across London.
Why choose hometouch for live-in care?
9 out of 10 of our clients would recommend us, and we’re regulated by the Care Quality Commission. We’re proud of our five stars on Trustpilot, and we’re rated 9.8/10 on homecare.co.uk. We’ve helped over a thousand families across the UK, and we’d love to help you too. Get in touch with a Care Advisor today.
Quality care from hometouch
Our prices start from £850 a week for live-in companionship care and we also offer packages for more complex medical needs. Whatever your loved one’s care needs, companionship or clinical support, we’ll find out their interests, preferences and requirements and match them with an exceptional carer. Get in touch with a hometouch Care Advisor to find out how we can help.
24 hour care at home Merton: What other types of home care in Merton are available?
24 hour live in care in Merton is not the only type of home care in Merton. Dementia care in Merton is also increasingly common due to the rise in older people affected by this condition.
Dementia care requires specific skills and training due to the particular effects of the condition, such as wandering, agitation and confusion.
Care in your own home from our specialised dementia live in carers offers an alternative to dementia care homes in Merton.
How is domiciliary care in Merton different from other care options?
Hourly or drop in home care in Merton offers a less intensive option where short visits are provided to meet basic needs such as washing and dressing, food preparation and assistance with personal care.
Private carers in Merton are typically self employed and either work independently or through an introductory agency. There are various types of care available including night time care, respite care, Parkinson’s care, and companionship care.
Respite care in Merton: How does it work?
Merton respite care is available with Hometouch for family caregivers and allows a much needed break or to offer an alternative to short term residential care in Merton. Live in respite care in Merton is one option where round the clock supervision is required. This is typically for a minimum of one week.
Elderly care Merton
Our Merton live in carers are specially trained in elderly care and offer an alternative to older people’s homes in Merton. Frailty, mobility constraints, loneliness and multiple medical conditions are all typical of elderly people needing care.
Elderly care in Merton provided by Hometouch includes activities such as medication administration, companionship, and driving clients to appointments.
How do care homes in Merton differ from Live in care?
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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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