Live In Care Whitstable

How Does Live In Care Whitstable Work

Live in care agency Whitstable

If you are caring for a loved one, or someone you know seems to need additional help in their daily lives, it might be time to consider live in care Whitstable. But how exactly does this live in care work, and how can it help? Read on to find out more.


A live-in carer is a trained professional who will live with the patient in their home. This means that all of their needs – both medical and personal – can be met. They will be safe and secure, and the care they receive will be entirely bespoke to them, tailored by live in care Whitstable experts to keep them as happy and comfortable as possible for as long as they are needed. They won’t necessarily stick to rigid routines (apart from when it comes time for medication), but will take each day as it comes, learning to help the patient in whichever ways are needed the most.

Peace of Mind

Knowing that your loved one is safe and well cared for will give you the ultimate peace of mind. Caring for someone is a difficult job, and something that many family members want to take on, but find that they can’t because they don’t have specialist knowledge, or they are unable to leave their jobs, for example, to dedicate themselves full time to helping.

A live-in carer will ensure that there is no need to worry and that your loved one is looked after in every way. Come and visit whenever you want to, just as you normally would, and the carer will ensure that they give the time you need.

Stay At Home

In some cases, without someone who is able to look after complex needs like live in care Whitstable experts can, there would be no alternative but to find a care or nursing home for your loved one. Although these facilities can be ideal for some people, for others it can make them more unwell; they would really be better of staying at home. A live-in carer allows this to happen, and the patient is better because of it in many cases.

We care for you as we would and have done, for our own family.

Karen Catchesides