Live-in care for vulnerable adults or those with a learning difficulty
Find out more about our round the clock support in the comfort of your own home, from our dedicated team of specialist carers for those who are vulnerable, including the elderly, or have a learning difficulty
What are the benefits of Live-in care for vulnerable adults or those with a learning difficulty?
At Abicare, we understand that every learning difficulty is different, and every care plan must be tailored to suit each client’s needs. Working with vulnerable adults and those with a learning difficulty requires patience and trust, especially when they are elderly, and our team of experienced carers are on hand to support our clients to set realistic goals and activities and to take advantage of the things that they can do, so that they can live life as fully and independently as possible despite their condition. Having a Live-in carer also ensures a client’s safety if they are unable to live alone at home on their own, and so offers reassurance both to them and those around them.
What does Live-in care for vulnerable adults or those with a learning difficulty include?
At Abicare, we strive to encourage our clients to live as independently as possible, in whatever ways their condition will allow. As well as personal care and companionship, our Live-in carers will help you to continue activities that you or your loved one enjoys for as long as possible. Live-in care for vulnerable adults might include the following:
- Personal care – bathing, dressing, going to the toilet and supervision of medicine
- Low-support medical care
- Light housework – laundry, shopping or walking the dog
- Help with preparing your favourite meals
- Accompanying you on trips
- Companionship – Sometimes the smallest things make the biggest difference, and it’s a huge comfort, especially for vulnerable adults, to have a friendly face around the house who is there for a cup of tea and a chat as well as to offer more physical support. It also provides something familiar and consistent in their day to day life.
- Overnight Care – If clients with a learning difficulty wake up in the night, they can be very confused or stressed when they do and unable to get out of bed on their own. Our Live-in carers are on hand to offer help and reassurance during the night to ensure a client’s safety and alleviate any anxieties or discomfort
- Mobility support – We understand that clients with a learning difficulty sometimes have restricted mobility and motor neurone skills and we are on hand to support them in day-to-day tasks and to encourage them to live as independently as possible
- Running essential errands, for example collecting your medication or doing a food shop
- Respite Care – If you are someone’s regular care giver, and you need some extra support or some time off, our team of carers can step in and help and give you peace of mind knowing that your loved one is receiving the high quality of care that they are used to.
Our specialist carers are on hand to provide 24 hour care in the comfort of your own home. Get in touch today to find out more about Live-in care for those who are vulnerable or have a learning difficulty.
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