Companionship

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  • We understand how vitally important it is to introduce carers who are suitable for each client’s needs.
  • We listen carefully to what our clients say to find out exactly what is required and to balance responsibilities between the carer and the client.
  • We Visit, if at all possible, before we introduce your first carer.
  • Our carers fulfil all the legal requirements and are carefully interviewed and referenced. They understand the importance of respect and privacy, modesty, dignity, choice, independence and self-determination.
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Out and aboutRespite care

Respite or short term care

It may be that you need a live in carer for a short while to fill in for a family member or a carer who needs a break. It is often the client’s preference to have a carer for a short period rather than spend that time in a residential home. Such requirements for care can be one-off or a regular arrangement.

Alternatively many people need a temporary live-in carer for support through a period of recuperation or convalescence, for example a few weeks after returning from hospital.

It may be that the client’s regular carer, maybe a spouse or family member is recuperating and could use the support for a short while until normal routine can be re-established. 

We can introduce carers for support until there is a return to normal day to day living.