Care for Younger Adults
Live In 24 also cares for younger adults from the age of 18, with physical or mental disabilities. These can range from spinal conditions to brain injuries. Having a living in carer allows you or your loved one to stay in their own home around their own belongings, doing their own thing, with a personal live in carer fitting in around them. We believe the most important aspect about live in care is the relationship between the carer and the client, and many of our young adult clients prefer to have a younger, more out going carer to live with them.
Our carers are all qualified, friendly, enthusiastic and can tailor their care assistance to each individual client depending on their needs.
Stroke victim care
A stroke occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery, which then interrupts the blood flow to the brain. When this happens brain cells start to die and this is what causes the brain damage. Such damage could include loss of speech, movement or memory. Each stroke victim is affected differently depending on which part of the brain is damaged. Some people fully recover from a stroke, however most victims will suffer from a disability, such as being paralysed down one side of their body.
When this happens it will undoubtedly be a stressful time and one way to ease this may be to continue to live in the comfort of your own home with a live in carer to aid you. Each carer is completely suited to the individual and trained to care for their specific needs, which can change accordingly. Our carers provide emotional support as well as physical support and act as a positive influence to help you restore confidence. A live in carer can be a friend as well as a care giver and is there to fit in around you and your routines.
Spinal conditions care
Together the brain and the spinal cord comprise the Central Nervous System. The spinal cord contains millions of nerves which direct impulses from our brain to the specific muscles. The spinal cord is responsible for movement and sensations, and once injured it cannot repair itself. The severity of the injury depends on which part of the spinal cord is damaged.
Live In 24 carers are trained to assist any client who has mobility issues and are happy to accompany you out and about. A victim may suffer spinal injuries from a sudden accident, such as a motorbike accident, and therefore it will be a shock for the sufferer to deal with at first. A Live In 24 carer is there to act as a friend as well as a carer and will help you come to terms with any mobility problems and encourage you to carry on living your life as normally as possible in your own home.
Care for Learning Difficulties
We also help adults with learning difficulties
- An emphasis on assistance while our clients stay independent and in control
- Specially trained support workers
- Help with personal care, health and social needs
- Domestic help including assistance with meal preparation, shopping and budgeting
Help with leading a full and active life - from 15 minutes to 24 hours per day, 7 days a week