Live-in Care

Live-in care is a great alternative for individuals that require 24 hour support but want to remain in the comfort of their own homes.

Having a carer 24/7 at your home can make a huge difference to your recovery and bring peace of mind to your loved ones. We certify that our every carer has the credentials to make a positive impact, having been chosen for their medical qualifications and their ability to emotionally connect with the person under their care.

At A&T, we can also provide assistance when it comes to making arrangements for 24/7 care if need be. We want to avoid disruption: that’s why we communicate with each customer, adapt your their needs and develop a routine that will complement your own, whether you need help with managing a disability or a companion for your daily activities.

Round the Clock Support in Your Own Home

Live-in care can be appropriate for a range of needs. Whether it is to care for a chronic or complex illness, or if you or a loved one can no longer live alone unsupported. If living with dementia for instance, live-in care can be preferable since it aids familiarity as opposed to moving into a care home which can be a disorientating experience. For others with physical difficulties, such as Multiple Sclerosis or Motor Neuron Disease, it may be easier to remain at home with a set routine.

A&T Caring Services carers are expertly trained in a range of specialist areas, we are proud to be able to provide some of the most qualified and experienced live-in carers in the industry. Live-in carers provide great companionship which is especially important for those living alone.  Emotional support is often as important as physical support.

For those supporting a partner, it can be difficult to provide suitable care.  Having a live-in carer allows you to stay together and support one another, whilst benefiting from respite from care duties.

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