Home care which is often referred to as domiciliary care, is usually the first steps in someone journey into using the services of professional care provider.
Below are some useful articles to help you to understand the types of support these services provide and some good advice around what to look for and how to fund the support.
If you still have any questions please contact us for further assistance.
We have put together 6 frequently asked questions and answers surrounding home care & live-in care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Whilst you will be unable to attend your regular gym classes, morning swims and day centres during the Coronavirus lockdown, many fitness instructors are posting virtual fitness sessions online which you can complete in the comfort of your home.
We understand that inspiration doesn't always flow freely so we have put together 5 fun activities below, all suitable for older people!
Find out the average cost of home care throughout the UK and any funding support you may be entitled to.
If you're a home-bird then chances are that the thought of leaving your home when you are unable to care for yourself is heartbreaking. Home Care allows people with a range of healthcare conditions to remain in the comfort of their own home.
It is normal to feel nervous about letting someone into the home of an elderly, vulnerable relative. TrustedCare explores common fears about Home Care and how to allay them.
Are you currently contemplating whether to organise respite care at home or in a care home setting? We have outlined the pros & cons of both for you!
Read on to find out the questions our friendly team of Care Adviser's most frequently get asked about Home Care and the answers to them!
People often assume that residential care is their only option, but live-in care is often a possibility too and is certainly well worth looking into!
Care introductory agencies are a type of service which is growing in popularity by those who require home care or live-in care support, find out more.
The UKHCA is the professional body for home care providers in the UK. Their role is to represent their members and influence national & regional policy-making.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.
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