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How Live-In Care Transforms Lives for the Better

There may come a time where we are faced with a difficult decision due to a potential crisis, or the identification for a change. Unfortunately, we cannot predict when this will happen, and we most certainly cannot always avoid unexpected events.

However, when it comes to our health or mobility, there are options that can be explored to help prepare for any tough times that may lie ahead.

Live-in care, also known as 24hour care, is around the clock care within your own home. Let’s explore the benefits of live-in care and how it can transform your life.

What are the benefits of live-in care?

  1. You can stay in your comfort zone.

Requiring assistance does not mean the need to leave your residence. Whether it’s gardening or cooking, an extra pair of hands allows you to have the freedom to continue with your favourite tasks in your familiar surroundings.

  1. Less pressure on family and friends.

Needing assistance can sometimes be tough on those close to us, having live-in care means there is someone constantly available to cater towards our needs which can also help our loved ones feel relieved.

  1. We can still go on outings and enjoy holidays abroad.

Fancy a trip to the shops? Going bingo? Weekend in Italy? Who said you can’t! Live in care means there is someone there to support you whilst you live your life to the fullest.

  1. Live-in care is not limited to end of life care.

Many people believe live-in care is reserved for those who may have reached end of life care. However, this is not the case, live-in care can also work for those who may have a short-term illness or require some assistance to regain their independence.

  1. Keep your pets.

Staying at home means you can keep your loving pets and we can help you take care of them.

Other areas of live-in care also include support with specialised medication management, personal care, and fresh meal preparation.

How do I find out more?

Rosemont Care offer live-in care services in Kent and Essex. Find out more today.

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