INTRODUCTORY CARE SERVICES WITH A PRIVATE SELF EMPLOYED CARER

Hourly Care

This private domiciliary care service is to help you with your daily activities on an hourly basis. The caregiver can assist with bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, and managing medication, as well as providing companionship.
Hourly care means that your Carer doesn’t do less than an, hour’s worth of caring because we don’t believe that proper care can be delivered in less than an hour. While it’s true that some agencies work in half an hour slots, that isn’t how Private Care Dorchester registered self-employed carers work. Every home care service should be provided in the client’s own time, at the client’s own pace.

Extra Pair of hands

If you need someone to help you around the house, an extra pair of hands introduction can be very helpful as it’s like having a friendly personal assistant! Your private self-employed carer will provide this service which includes everyday tasks like light housekeeping, grocery shopping, and taking care of regular household chores and activities.

Night Care

There are generally two types of residential care services for night-time – waking nights, and on-call nights. Arranging care at night must be thorough and well-thought-out to ensure both comfort, support, and safety

These are provided to help you during the night and literally means that the
Carer will be awake all night, keeping an eye out for you whilst you sleep. Often, the carer will be in the same room as you are (this is dependent on your own wishes and the carer could be in the room next door or in the lounge). A waking night means just that – the carer will not sleep whilst on duty.

On-call nights are available for when you need someone to reach out at night in
case of an emergency – these are usually reserved for the elderly who live alone or have a health condition that requires close monitoring at night. Your Carer may be in the next room or in the lounge and will react when you call out for
him/her. The Carer may sleep in between your calls.

Respite Care

Respite care is there for when you need a break from caring for a loved one but
would still like that emotional connection. You may need a few hours once or twice a week or you may need a week or two of respite. This service can make a huge difference in relieving the mental and emotional stress for you or your loved ones.

Post Hospital Care

When a loved one has been discharged from the hospital, it can be difficult to manage everything on your own.
This is where the introduction of a self employed post-hospital home Carer comes in! With the introduction of a private, self-employed caregiver to help you with managing medications, providing wound care according to your nurse or Doctor and general support after discharge.

Live-In Care

Live-in care is a service offered by Self Employed Carers who prefer live-in roles and is for those who need full-time assistance and supervision in their own home. The caregiver will live with the client in their home and  provide them with personal care and be on the premises round-the-clock support (please note that your Carer will need a good three-hour break during the day, and it should be expected that their rate will include for a set number of hours. Night calls may be charged as extra, depending on your self-employed carer. This service is perfect for those who are struggling to live independently or who have a condition that requires constant care. With private, flexible live-in caregivers are perfect for helping an individual live as independently as possible in the comfort of their own home. Live-in carers often start a routine to help clients maintain their independence and will assist with medication administration, meals, transportation to and from appointments, light house-hold tasks, and more. transportation, household tasks and more.  We are happy to introduce you to a fully vetted and checked private live-in Carer in Dorchester and surrounds.

Palliative Care

Palliative care is specialised, medical care for people living with a serious illness. This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness. The goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family. Providing compassionate support to Client and family.
Our self-employed carers often offer (and some specialise in this area) – personal care to help those who are terminally ill and provide them with the necessary support they need.  Introductions to you of Carers who match your needs.

End-Of-Life Care

We also know how difficult it can be for a family to look after and care for a loved one who is nearing the end of their life.
That’s why some Carers offer end-of-life care – to provide family and care-givers with the necessary support they need to look after their loved ones in their final days.
With end-of-life carers, you will receive the necessary support you need so you can go through this difficult period with greater peace of mind and comfort.
Caregivers will provide much needed emotional and physical assistance to help you and your loved ones in your time of need through.  We are able to introduce an End Of Life (private, self employed) Carer to you when you are in need..