The cost of live-in care starts from £745 per week and will vary depending on the level of support and the type of live-in care service (Trinity-managed or Self-managed).

Care from £745 per week

At a budget level of over £700 per week, our Self-managed live-in care service would introduce you to a self-employed live-in carer who has been checked and approved by us at Trinity Homecare. A proportion of the weekly cost of live-in care is paid to us at Trinity Homecare, and covers the cost of the ongoing selection & introduction process.

At Trinity Homecare, we are committed to providing our clients and their loved ones with peace of mind, which is why we conduct a comprehensive selection and vetting process on all self-employed live-in care assistants (including enhanced DBS/CRB certificate, right to work in the UK and full reference checks).

cost of self-managed

Care from £1000+ per week

At a budget level of over £1000 per week means both our Trinity-managed and Self-managed live-in care services are available to you.

With managed live-in care, Trinity Homecare will take an active role in all aspects of the care you or your loved one receives. Our Trinity-managed live-in care service will assess, organise and monitor your care, as well as interview, train, employ and pay your care assistant (including tax, national insurance and other legal obligations).

With Trinity-managed live-in care, your care management team will usually visit you or your loved one at home to discuss your requirements and wishes as well as conducting a risk assessment to ensure everyone will be able to live safely in the property, and creating a bespoke support plan which will be regularly reviewed.

Live-in care case study: Julia Fenton

Julia Fenton was struggling to look after her elderly parents. Her mother, Joan, was falling, spending time in hospital, and was then diagnosed with dementia. “I wanted Mum to have one-on-one care at home and she was never going to get that in a rest home,” explains Julia. Live-in care made sense too, as a couple, their budget went a lot further than if they were to both pay for two rooms in a rest home.

Solution:

Trinity live-in carer Sally turned all their lives around. “It was such a horrible situation and within two weeks Mum was up, out of bed in a wheelchair, looking clean, beautiful and happy,” says Julia. Sally supported Joan and her husband with all aspects of daily life, from personal care, to medication, to companionship. “Knowing she was there for mum and dad, meant I could live again.”

Approximate budget:

Cost of live-in care at c£1,120 a week

*Names have been changed to protect privacy

Key Benefits

  • One-to-one full-time support
  • Remain living in the familiar surroundings of your own home
  • Specialist care for a variety of conditions and needs
  • Better value for money than a care home
  • Enriched quality of life, fewer falls and hospital admissions
  • Home care assistants carefully selected to match your needs
  • Completely bespoke care that is tailored to you
  • Remain at home with familiar comforts and routines
  • Keep your pets
  • 24/7 on-call advice and support from our office team
  • Compassionate companionship
  • Peace of mind for you and your loved ones

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