Seeing a loved one age can be difficult, but for the person concerned, there are more worries at hand.
As a family member of an elderly parent, you may feel a sense of guilt that you can’t be around as much as you would like to be, but for your loved one and for you, a residential care home is out of the question.
In that case, there is another solution to hand and one, which allows your loved one to retain their independence, end their dignity, by staying in their own home.
Simply Inform us of Your Requirements
All you need to do is reach out and let us know what your needs are. We can then contact you to further discuss the specifics, e.g. whether medical care is required, how much care is needed, and we can put together a plan and match you up with the ideal professional.
Here at London Live in Care, we have a range of live in and home carers who suit your needs. A carer isn’t just someone to help with washing, feeding, bathing, and general housework, it’s also someone who is there to provide companionship and friendship to your loved one too. Choosing the right Carer for:
- Home from hospital Care
- Short term Live-in Care
- Live in Care
- Live in Companion
- Convalescent Care
- Live-in respite Care
- Long term Live-in Care
- Holiday Care
- Dementia Care
- Palliative Care
As a result of all of this, you can look forward to the peace of mind that your loved one is happy and cared for, and they can look forward to feeling lighter, more independent, and also having the new companionship of a carer to look forward to also.
Live in And Home Care in Dubai
We have more and more clients in the Middle East, especially in Dubai, who require live in care and home care arrangements. Thankfully, we’re able to help out and provide you with the ideal live in carer or home carer for your needs.
An elderly person may want to have someone around who not only speaks the same language as them, but someone who is from the same place. This helps them to feel comfortable and more familiar with the person who is spending time in their home.
We have a range of home carers who are native English speaker, hailing from the UK or EU, and all have UK or EU passports. Our carers are ready to travel internationally and are all highly experienced in their field.
We vet and rigorously check every single one of our carers before they even enter our system, so you can be sure that they’re not only highly professional and have the right experience and qualifications, but that they have all been criminal record checked. This helps to take much of the hard work away from you, ensuring that the carer you choose is not only highly experienced but also completely safe.
We offer a range of personnel, including live in carers, home carers, companions and personal assistants. Whatever you needs, we are sure to have a professional ready to hep you. Simply let us know your needs and we will match you up with the perfect professional for you.
We can offer you:
- Flexible care options, with long-term and short-term arrangements available – Simply let us know what your needs are and we will aim towards meeting them
- Highly experienced and qualified staff, many of whom are medically trained
- Friendly companions for your loved ones to enjoy spending time with
- The opportunity to remain independent and stay in your own home
- Less pressure on family members and peace of mind all-around
- Highly professional staff
- A more affordable choice compared to a nursing home or residential home
- Better health outcomes for elderly people who remain in their own homes
- Completely and rigorously checked personnel for your peace of mind
- Native English speaking carers with UK or EU passports
- The ability to travel immediately, no need for a visa
Some elderly people require more medical care than others, and we have highly trained, professional medical carers who can ensure that your loved one receives all the medications and care they need during the day.
The Vital Importance of Companionship
Throughout old age, one thing remains vitally important – companionship. We also offer companions who are able to spend time with your loved one on a set number of days or a set number of hours per week.
Throughout old age the dwindling opportunities for social interaction proves to be a huge risk factor for degenerative disease, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s. As mentioned previously, close friends may move away, perhaps need to move into a care home themselves, or they may unfortunately pass away. As a result, your loved one may have less people around them than before.
What is Live in Care?
A live in carer is the ideal option for those who simply don’t want to move into a residential care home and want to stay solely in the comfort of their own surroundings. This helps them to remain independent, but also gives them confidence and allows them to remain dignified as they travel through old age.
Live in care helps your loved one remain happy, healthy, and independent and this in itself is a huge relief for you.
What is Home Care?
If your loved one does not want someone to stay in the home with them all the time, or this simply isn’t a necessity for the tasks they need help with, home care is a good option.
In this arrangement, a carer will go into the house on a set number of days per week, for a set number of hours, according to the needs of your loved one. This is ideal for elderly people who don’t need someone around all the time but simply has a few tasks they need assistance with. This could be washing and housework, grocery shopping, checking that they’ve taken their medication, or providing companionship and simply “checking in”.
Simply reach out and inform us of your requirements and we can do the rest.