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Live-in Care

Live-in Care

If you need continuous care, and at the same time wish to avoid the added stress of having to leave the familiar surroundings, then your best alternative is to take advantage of our live-in care service. Help&Care Assist makes it now as possible, affordable, easy and efficient as never before!
Our live in care service offers you the assurance of constant care and support in the comfort of your own home. It also brings peace of mind to your family and friends, knowing that you are benefiting from the expert care of nurses, healthcare assistants or support workers, in the place where you are most comfortable.

live-in care services
Unlike a care home where many individuals have to be considered, live-in care is a personal one-to-one service that is tailored to the needs of each individual. Help&Care Assist provides flexible care service, combing your regular routine with meeting your specific needs, allowing you to live your chosen lifestyle as well as adapting to your changing circumstances.
Our live-in care service offers you a high level of flexibility, from simple things such as choosing your meals and watching your favourite programmes on television, through to having the freedom to be active each day knowing there is someone there to support your care requirements. These may seem simple requests, but such things can have a profound effect on your well-being.
When coordinating your live-in care service, we take extra care to match our staff sympathetically with your situation and personality, as well as your clinical needs. We also ensure that all of our live-in care staff are fully briefed on your expectations and personal preferences. Because for us live-in care simply means to grant you the reassurance of keeping your familiar friends, family and belonging around you!

For further information on the services that we can provide for you, please contact us by telephone, email or by visiting our website.


Help&Care Assits’ live-in carers are trained to help with:
  • Housekeeping & Social companionship
  • Dementia
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Stroke
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Other Physical Disabilities