DO YOU NEED CARE AT HOME?
Being at home is where we all feel happiest and most comfortable. Our homes are not just bricks and mortar, they are memories and feelings. Having to sell and leave your home can be a traumatic experience. CARE AT HOME allows you to avoid this stressful situation and remain in your home by offering flexible and individualised care packages to suit your specific requirement
At CARE AT HOME we have been caring for people for over 25 years across Cheshire and Merseyside. We are a privately-owned company and are not part of any large faceless corporate or franchise operation, and therefore, do not have any targets or rules imposed on us. This means we can be flexible and fully focused on your needs first and foremost.
We can help share some of the burden, we offer free consultations with you and your family members so they can fully understand how their loved ones will be looked after, they can even meet one of the team of carers assigned to you on the first visit as part of our Introduction Service.
Our Home care services can be helpful to people who are getting older, are chronically ill, recovering from surgery, disabled and even for those diagnosed with a terminal illness. Care is provided. by fully trained professional carers who provide daily assistance to ensure the activities of daily living are met.
CAN THEY TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES?
Failure to keep up with daily routines such as bathing and toothbrushing? Are the lights working? Is the heat on? Are the dishes washed is the house clean?
ARE THEY EXPERIENCING MEMORY LOSS?
Does your loved one get lost in areas they know well? Struggling to remember names of friends or family or cannot recall an important recent conversation?
ARE THEY SAFE IN THEIR HOME?
Does your loved one have difficulty navigating a narrow stairway? Have they fallen recently? Are they able to read directions on medication containers?
HAVE THEY SIGNIFICANTLY LOST WEIGHT?
Has your loved one unintentionally lost weight? Do you know why? Are they eating? Do they sometimes forget or possibly need assistance preparing or eating a meal?
Have you noticed a change in mood or attitude? Are there any unusual signs of aggression or frustration that is out of character?
Are they connecting with friends and family? Have they maintained interest in going out or other usual activities?
Are they reluctant or unable to walk usual distances? Do they stumble or fall? Would they benefit from a cane or walker?
Keeping your mind active and stimulated is always important. A noticeable disinterest in a hobby could be a sign of the beginning of cognitive impairment.
Our Home care services can also be beneficial to an existing carer or the family of someone who requires care, by helping them with additional support and services including overnight care.
Home care can cover many areas and here at CARE AT HOME we offer a flexible range of services such as: