Care at home becomes more and more popular among older people. A majority of seniors prefer to stay home instead of going to the residential institution. Care at home gives you a lot of freedom and flexibility. It offers a personalised approach where our caregiver assists you with your daily activities according to your usual routines and lifestyle.
Who is Care at Home suitable for?
Have you got a family member that is quite independent but struggles a lot in certain areas? If your loved one is older and needs some assistance daily, care at home can be a good choice. Caregivers help in cooking, tidying out the house, shopping, administering medication, personal hygiene and more. Seniors usually live in suburban areas where access to the shops is slightly more difficult. Carers who have a driving licence can easily take them to run errands whenever they need it. Another benefit of having a live in carer is that they are happy to offer emotional support to you. It is especially useful if you are recovering from an illness or need to get back to health after an operation.
What types of Care at Home do we have?
Home care is suitable for seniors and elderly couples with limited to moderate independence. People with learning disabilities such as Asperger’s and autism can benefit from care at home as well. They usually struggle with socialising. A caregiver can encourage them and support in everyday tasks. Live in care is also a perfect alternative to residential homes where the freedom of choice and independence are slightly limited. All in all, care at home can be a good option for people who have dementia, Alzheimer’s, mental impairment, physical disability or suffer from a terminal illness.