Safehands Live In Care Wiltshire
Safehands live in care Wiltshire in England is the only live in care provider that is dedicated to helping our clients live life without limitations. Our personalised live in care means that our clients can receive the care and support they need while living in their own homes. We believe this approach to elder care is much more beneficial and can provide a better quality of life for our clients and their families.
If you are considering live in care in Wiltshire, let the experts at Safehands Live In Care show you why we are the most trusted, local live in care agency in the UK. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has awarded us a “Good” rating and our Wiltshire live in care service provides levels of care and companionship that are unmatched throughout the industry. With Safehands Live In Care, you get the personal and complex care you need and a lasting friendship that only a live in care provider can offer. Whatever your specific health and daily activity needs, you can count on the team of professionals at Safehands Live In Care to meet them.
What Is Live in Care?
What is live in care? Unlike a residential care home, live in care offers a trained carer who lives in your home with you and provides the care and support you need throughout your day. Whether you need medical assistance, help in the kitchen, or just someone to talk to, a carer is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
Live in care in Wiltshire is becoming a popular option for today’s elderly faced with having to choose between a residential care home or nursing home facility. Live in care enables you to live independently in the comfort and convenience of your own home without the challenges many older people face on a daily basis.
With live in care, a trained, experienced carer is always available to assist with your daily needs and to provide the companionship that is important to quality of life.
How Is Live in Care Different?
When compared to residential home care, live in care has many clear advantages. With live in care, you live in your own home with familiar surroundings, neighbours, family and friends. This is especially important for those suffering from dementia as the familiarity of their surroundings and a carer who is always available can help build the trust they need to manage their condition.
With 24-hour care at home, you get a personalised care plan that ensures your medical needs are met and that your daily routines are unaltered. In fact, your everyday life is essentially the same, but you have the added benefit of a personal carer on hand when you need them!
Safehands Live In Care is locally owned and operated which means that help is just a phone call away. In fact, while most UK care providers can take up to 3 days to respond to your needs, our local care management team is always available to answer your questions and provide a weekly support visit ensuring your complete satisfaction with our services.
Safehands Live In Care is a cost-effective solution to high priced residential care homes where many couples are required to pay for two beds.
Is Wiltshire Live In Care Right For You?
Clients Currently Receiving Hourly Visiting Care
If you receive hourly home care from a care agency or social services, you will find that live in care is a more cost effective solution. You will also receive better care and a personalised care plan designed to ensure optimum client health and wellness.
Another benefit of live in care over hourly care is that with live in care, you receive personalised one-to-one care provided by two carers. This also ensures increased continuity of care and much more sustainable relationships which can promote healing and improve physical health and mental well-being.
Home Care for Couples
Live in care in Wiltshire is a more cost effective alternative for couples who require support. Many residential care homes are increasing their rates and couples are now required to pay for two beds regardless if one, or both, of them require care.
Hospital Discharge Care
Safehands Live In Care works closely with the hospital discharge team, ward manager, nurses, doctors and specialists to ensure an appropriate level of care is in place before a patient is discharged to their home. This managed return home from hospital is required to promote healing and improved recovery times.
Specialist Care Needs
Safehands Live In Care specialises in providing complex care for clients with dementia, Parkinson’s or other specialist medication needs. Full-time live in care in England is preferred over residential home care, an institutional care home or a nursing home as it offers continuity of care which is an important aspect of the care of these patients.
Elderly Falls Prevention
One of the leading causes of hospital admissions among the elderly is falling. As we get older, our bodies become less stable and our homes become more hazardous. A professionally trained live in carer in Wiltshire can help prevent falls and other home accidents that could lead to hospitalisation. Additionally, they can provide emergency medical assistance and alert emergency services to more severe injuries.
How Do I Arrange Live in Care in Wiltshire?
Speak To Our Local Team
By calling Safehands today on 0203 417 0090 (Local number) or 0208 617 8113 (Head Office London), you can arrange effective live in care in Wiltshire quickly and easily. Our team of live in care representatives will answer your questions and explain how our live in care services can improve your quality of life.
Home Care Assessment
One of our local home care managers will provide an in-depth home care assessment helping you understand what Safehands has to offer and gather the necessary data to create a tailored care plan that is unique to you.
Create Your Tailored Care Plan
Safehands Live In Care will then create a personalised care plan suited to your needs which identifies the individual level of support you will receive.
Carer Matching And Introductions
Finally, we match a suitable team of carers to you and schedule a meeting between you and the carers to ensure compatibility.
Call us today on
0203 417 0090
Fill this enquiry form and one of our consultants will contact you to discuss your care needs.