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              Care at Home: Care for the elderly and assisted living

Care at Home


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24/7 One-on-One Live in Care in the Home Specialists for the elderly and infirm by qualified and trained professionals.


Live-in care - your life, your home, your choice

Choosing how and where to live is something most people take in their stride…until issues about elderly care arise. Many of us dread the idea of moving into a residential care home, yet think this will be our only option as we get older.

But there’s another way. Personal support from your own Care at Home carer means not giving up the things that matter, such as your precious home and your own way of life.

If you'd just like more information about  Care at Home you can get in touch with them at any time, even if you’re not ready for live-in care yet. They will be happy to talk to you about your situation and tell you more about themselves. You're welcome to call them FREE on 08000 807891 or request that they give you a call back.  


Care at Home assisted living

Why choose live-in elderly care?

  • You stay safe, happy and contented in the home you love
  • You do the things you want to do, when you want to do them
  • You have one-to-one support – just as much or as little as you need
  • Your family can relax, knowing you’re okay – and so can you

Live in care designed for you

Care at Home adapts to your needs, whatever they are. Here are just a few examples of what they do – see their live-in care case studies for more.

  • Permanent or temporary one-to-one support
  • Personal care, such as helping you bathe and dress
  • Housework, such as cleaning and cooking your favourite meals
  • Specialist care if you are frail, disabled and/or have dementia
  • Respite care to give family members a break
  • Convalescence care if you’re just out of hospital
  • Companionship and social activities, such as playing cards with you or taking you to visit friends
  • Intensive 24-hour care if you are bedridden and intend to stay at home for the rest of your life

Who gives the best live-in care?

Choosing an agency to provide care for yourself or someone you love needs a lot of thought. This checklist might help you compare in-home elderly care agencies.

Things to ask live-in elderly care agencies before you choose Care at Home
How many years’ experience do you have of providing live-in care for older people? They have over 20 years’ experience and regularly receive recommendations from happy clients and their families.
Are you registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)? Yes, and they are also a member of United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA)
Are your carers self-employed, or do you employ them directly? They employ all their carers – that’s the best way to ensure continuity, security and consistently high standards
What’s your policy on the number of carers per client? They limit carers to a maximum of two for each client, wherever possible. Most of their clients prefer to have one main carer, plus a secondary carer who can step in when the main carer needs to take a holiday
Are your carers given relevant training?

Their carers are trained in:

  • moving and handling
  • first aid
  • food hygiene
  • giving medication
  • infection control
  • health and safety
  • care and protection of vulnerable adults
  • peg feeding
  • dementia care
  • palliative home care
Are your carers vetted, qualified and regularly assessed?

They carry out a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check on all their carers before they start working for them and again every four years

Their carers must have National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ) or be working towards them.

They carry out unannounced spot checks and annual appraisals.

How much do you consult with clients and families?

They make changes on request, including switching staff if things aren’t working out

They conduct anonymous customer satisfaction surveys twice a year and feed the results back to clients.

Clients’ care needs are reassessed every four months.

Are you properly insured? Yes, they have both public and employers’ liability insirance.            
How much does your live-in home care cost? Care at Home doesn’t charge for assessment visits to see what care you need. As a guide, their basic full-time live-in care service starts fromt £730 a week, while intensive care may cost slightly more. They can advise you about getting help to finance your care.

Five steps to your live-in care

Getting your personal live-in care from Care at Home couldn’t be easier.

  1. First, call them to discuss your situation on 08000 807 891 or email info@careathome.org. If you prefer, they will be happy to call you or you can request a call-back.
  2. When you’re ready, they will come and see you and any family members you may wish to be present, either at home or in hospital.
  3. Tell them your likes and dislikes and how you prefer to live your life. Don’t worry – they know all the right questions to ask you.
  4. They will introduce you to the professional carer who they think will suit you and your lifestyle best. If you don’t get on, they will try others until they find the one who’s right for you.
  5. They will agree, with you, what your carer will do for you and draw up a contract for you to sign before they start caring for you.

Get in touch

You can get in touch with Care at Home any time, even if you’re not ready for live-in care yet. They will be happy to talk to you about your situation and tell you more about Care at Home.

If you would just like more information, complete the online form and they will send you a brochure immediately. 

Alternatively you can request a call-back - they are happy to call you during the day, or if you would prefer, in the evening, or at the week-end.

Care at Home contact

Contact details

Care at Home
Hall Farm
Little Walden
CB10 1XE


Tel:  01799 541400
Fax: 01799 541500

Email:  info@careathome.org

Web:    www.careathome.uk.com 






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