LIVE IN CARE
Live-in care is when somebody lives with you in your home, provides personal care and companionship whilst carrying out household tasks. Whether it is a short period or longer term, care is designed to help you or your loved one to remain in their own home and to support independent living for as long as possible.
This care package is suitable for people in need of rehabilitation following a stay in the hospital or extra care following a period of illness. It also allows the sharing of care giving responsibility and getting support for the main care giver, be it a family member or friend. Seeking support and maintaining one’s own health is paramount and using respite care before becoming exhausted, isolated or overwhelmed is ideal.
This care package is suitable for elderly people or to those who have a disability or illness that means that they cannot do certain things for themselves. The level of care involves a health care worker coming into your home to offer a range of personalised services to meet your needs. The person that needs the care can remain at home rather than having to stay in a hospital or care home. Domestic care can be given on a permanent or temporary basis depending on the needs of the individual. Some of the service will include
- Preparing meals
- Healthcare services
- Visiting services
This care package is suitable for those who require assistance or support to continue living in their homes and communities. We offer a client-centred service that is tailored to meet your or your loved one’s specific needs. Some of the personal care service will include.
- Assistance with dressing and grooming
- Assistance with maintaining oral hygiene
- Toileting and incontinence care
- Companionship and conversation
- Medication Reminders
- Light Housekeeping and errands
- Escorted shopping and leisure trips
- Activities and crafts
- Assistance with feeding pets
This is a flexible service for those with various disabilities living on their own who may require extra aid, encouragement and reassurance to live independently. The support worker’s role is to support you to manage your day to day activities. A suitable support plan is prearranged by the customer and Vera Care.
This is for a service user who requires the assistance of the health care worker periodically throughout the night.
This is for a service user who does not want to be left alone at night and is for those who may require a low level of assistance.
VERA CARE SERVICES
At Vera Care we recognize that for you the most important people in our organisation are the support worker with whom you have regular contact.
Therefore, for your safety we reassure you that: All our staff are subject to rigorous screening and vetting procedures prior to placement with service users.
Our staff are fully trained and subject to enhanced DBS and background checks.
We are registered with the CQC and comply with all statutory requirements.