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02071834884

Home care from £50 to £250 per week

Care at home offers many advantages over residential care. Not only do you continue living at home in familiar surroundings, it’s also great value for money. With a budget of up to £250 per week we would recommend our daily home care service. The price of the service will depend upon the number and length of visits throughout the week but this budget, could provide one or two visits every day – depending on the length of time. Perhaps you would suit a short morning and evening visit and a longer visit at off peak times during the day, where the budget will stretch a little further. We can create a care package completely designed around you and your needs.

Case Study: Chris

Chris is 70 years old and lives alone in her own house. She was beginning to feel lonely and lacked confidence going out alone. This meant that Chris was beginning to lose touch with her community and the things she most loved to do – such as attending art classes in town.

Solution

A carer comes to visit Chris three times a week to take her to all the classes she was missing out on. For eight hours a week, the caring team have reconnected Chris with her community and given her a new lease of life. She also receives regular reviews by a senior carer and has access to an on-call service and a dedicated care manager who is there on the end of the phone if Chris needs to talk.

Approximate Weekly Cost: £160

(*Names and ages have been changed to protect privacy.)

Key Benefits

  • What are your needs?
  • Have you had an assessment from social services?
  • How much care can your family and friends provide?

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