Who We Care For


Older People

We understand how important it is to you to stay in your own home for as long as possible and we make that happen. Our range of care services is as diverse as your needs. From companionship and support when your own carer has to go out or take a break, to daily assistance with personal care, cooking, cleaning, going to the shops, taking medication or coming home from a stay in hospital. When life becomes a little more challenging, we make living easy.

Young Adults

Live Well at Home provides care for younger adults aged 18 to 65, allowing you or your loved one to stay at home in familiar, relaxed surroundings. We design your care plan to fit in with your lifestyle and your needs so you get the help you need, when you need it. We can provide care for young adults with a range of conditions from Stroke to Spinal Muscular Atrophy and brain injuries.

Parkinson’s Disease

Care at home is particularly important for those suffering with Parkinson’s Disease. Being at home, close to family and friends takes the stress out of every day life, prevents the upheaval and disturbance of moving into unfamiliar surroundings and helps you get on with living, independently and confidently.

A bespoke care plan will ensure your care evolves with your needs. Our specially trained care-workers understand and are confident in caring for those suffering with Parkinson’s and can help with every day activities as well as providing emotional support.

Dementia & Alzheimer’s

People suffering from Dementia or Alzheimer’s benefit from living in familiar surroundings and following daily routines. Taking someone with Dementia out of their comfort zone makes them feel exposed and vulnerable. Care at home ensures you receive all the help you need in an environment you feel most comfortable in. We ensure your personal plan is tailored to meet your needs and maintain your overall dignity and independence at all times. Our carers receive specialist training to help them understand the complexities of Dementia and Alzheimer’s and have specific knowledge of the care and support required for these conditions.

Stroke or TIA

If you’ve suffered from a stroke or a series of TIA’s (Transient Ischaemic Attacks) you may need extra help with routine tasks. Having the ability to remain at home following a stay in hospital will minimise the disruption to life’s routines. Care at home makes that possible. We can help you as much or as little as you need. You may just need help with getting up and going to bed, or you may need a little extra help during the day. We can help with all those activities that have become more difficult since the stroke.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

From helping with personal care to driving you to appointments with physiotherapists, or just going out to lunch, Live Well at Home’s specialist carers understand the diverse range of symptoms and stages that MS may bring and can provide the necessary levels of care. Your care plan will evolve and adapt as times goes on and we’ll help you to retain the independence you need in the place you want to be – your own home.

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