Get personalised live-in care in Oxfordshire
We were founded by a former NHS dementia specialist, and we pride ourselves on the high standards of care we offer. We’ve got five stars from Trustpilot and a score of 9.8/10 on homecare.co.uk.
Exceptional care for people with dementia
We know what counts when it comes to care. We’ll find out your loved one’s interests and care requirements and match them with a brilliant live-in carer. We’ll present you with a shortlist of carers we think will be a great match, and you can speak to them before making your choice.
Keep track of your loved one’s care with the hometouch care hub – review past care sessions and get updates on everything from mood to medication. It’s everything you need to know in one place, for your peace of mind.
Speak to a hometouch Care Advisor today to start your loved one’s hometouch story. Our prices start from £850 a week for companionship care, and we can also offer tailored packages for people with more complex care 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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