Live-In Care in Warwickshire
For residents of Warwickshire and the surrounding area - private live-in care offers a range of benefits over traditional care homes. We can help your loved one stay social, maintain their routines, relearn skills, stay fit and eating well, all without them having to leave the comfort and security of their home.
Contact a Hometouch Care Advisor and let us help you help the one you love.
A Higher Quality of Life, With Compassion and Dignity
Hometouch live-in care puts your loved one first. Our carers provide simple medical support - reminders and assistance with medication, support with mobility - but with dedication and passion for their work, Hometouch carers seek to provide so much more. It is comfort, companionship, reliability, and attention to the quality of life that we offer.
Dr Jamie Wilson, a former NHS psychiatrist, specialised in dementia, now founder of Hometouch, had a very simple yet critical mission - to offer round-the-clock care with a personal touch, in the environment that is the most comfortable and familiar to your loved one - their home. It is the goal of Hometouch to empower everyone - whether victim of an accident or a person of advanced age - to be able to live safely and independently and be treated with compassion and dignity.
Straight Forward and Stress-Free
For your loved one who is in need of a live-in carer, talk with a Hometouch Care Advisor to see how we can help you with your specific needs.
Transparency and trust are fundamental to us at Hometouch. That is why we offer Regulated Care - inspected by the CQC (Care Quality Commission, an independent regulator of health and social care in England).
We also offer Introductory Care, wherein we will help you find the carer that is right for you and who can provide you with the tools to manage the care.
What to Expect From a Hometouch live-in Carer
Hometouch live-in care providers are thoroughly vetted, highly trained professionals. They live in the residence of the person they are caring for and can be counted on for round-the-clock personable, friendly, and respectful attention. Their responsibilities include:
- Ensuring the home is safe, hygienic, and tidy - this involves daily chores such as the laundry and the washing up
- Preparing meals - this involves helping the person they are caring for maintain a regular and healthy diet, and ensuring they don’t have to have a meal alone unless they so desire
- Assisting with personal hygiene - this involves bathing, dressing, grooming, applying creams and ointments, and toileting if needed
- Assisting with mobility - this involves accompanying the person they are caring for to their appointments, and supporting them with eventual physical rehabilitation exercises
- Providing companionship - this involves being a friendly, familiar, and reliable presence or simply offering a willing ear
Here at Hometouch, we will help you find a carer who meets your specific needs. Talk with a Hometouch Care Advisor today, and let us know how we can help you care for your loved one.
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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