Phone
02071834884
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02071834884

A budget of between £250 to £500 per week will give you access to a comprehensive hourly care at home service, completely tailored to you and your needs. Within this budget range you will be able to choose between two or three personal care visits every day, and depending upon your needs,  combine with longer visits to provide companionship, home help or accompany you on outings or to appointments. This budget range can provide a level of support that enables someone to continue living independently at home and means family members can feel reassured their loved one is eating and drinking well and taking their medication. Within this price range you could also budget for the occasional respite live-in care to allow the main family carer to take an extended holiday knowing that someone is there providing round the clock support.

 

Key Benefits

  • What kind of help and support do you need?
  • Do you want to remain at home?
  • Are you eligible for funding or benefits?
  • Is it important to remain connected to your community?
  • Do you have pets that you would like to keep at home?
  • Have you had an assessment from social services?
  • If you are cared for by a family carer, could this budget provide some respite care so they could take a break?

Call us to discuss your care needs

02071834884

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