Live-in Care

Live-in care in the comfort of your own home

Live-in care provides around the clock care and assistance to people in their own home. Whether you live alone or with a loved one we know from experience that most people would rather stay in their own home than move into residential care. Live-in care provides care and support as well as companionship, meaning that you can have a more enjoyable life and stay in the home you love.
 
Our Live-in Carers are exclusively employed by us to ensure a high quality service, providing a discreet and confidential service to our clients. They are all trained to a high standard and also receive on-going training and development to ensure they have the knowledge and skills to deliver the very best standard of care to our clients.
 
If you are unsure whether Live-in care is right for you, please call our Directors or Care Managers who will happily discuss your needs with you on 01494 678811 or email care@universal-care.co.uk.

The Benefits of Live-in Care:

  • Reduce the amount of time spent in hospital.
  • Avoid the move to a residential care home.
  • Reduce the likelihood of being readmitted to hospital.
  • It is more comfortable at home.
  • Keep in touch with family and friends.
  • Provide your loved ones with the comfort that someone is on hand to help.
  • Enjoy a higher level of personal independence.
  • Choose what you want to eat and have it cooked the way you like it.
  • Gives you the flexibility and freedom to get out and about with help.
  • Live-in Care helps you and your spouse stay at home together.
  • Allows you to keep your pets and have help caring for them.

A brief message from our Care Manager Aneesa

“I manage the live-in care side of our business, helping to build tailored support for our clients to keep them in their own homes for as long as possible.

I have always enjoyed looking after people and get a great deal of satisfaction by enabling people to lead an independent life. My first care job was a Carer, and I have since dedicated my life to Care!

Throughout my time in the care sector I have sadly witnessed poor care, and people not receiving the right support- this has made me determined to provide the best care and support that I possibly can.”

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