With live-in care, a person can receive one-to-one support from friendly, experienced staff while staying in the familiar and relaxed surroundings of their own home.
Working with the client, a personalised and individual support plan is created and agreed. All needs and requirements will be based on this person-centred, outcome-focused individual support plan, which is reviewed regularly and whenever circumstances change.

What Live-In Comfort Ltd Can Do for You

circle1 All Live-In Comfort care and support staff are highly experienced in providing clients with expert help and assistance, whether it’s in their own home, a hospital or a residential setting. We offer a full range of personalised services ranging from companionship to housekeeping to high dependency clients requiring a much higher degree of care and support.

 

 

Personal Care – Prompting with medication, supporting with washing and dressing, assisting with toilet needs and catheter care. Specialisms include dementia and palliative care.
Household – Basic laundry, light housework including linen changes, shopping, simple cooking, collecting prescriptions etc.
Social Care – Providing support for medical appointments, offering conversation and companionship, accompanying to the library, café, trips out and other social activities.

When assessing a client’s needs, our qualified and trained advisors, together with the client, their family, friend or representative, will conduct a home assessment, called an Individual Support Plan (ISP), to evaluate the level of assistance and support that is required in order for the client to maintain their independence, dignity and respect, whilst remaining in their own surroundings. Once agreed a trained and experienced care and support worker will come and stay with the client, in their home, for a minimum period of two weeks or longer if required.

The Benefits of Live-in Care

Along with high quality, individualised care and support, there are other reasons why Live-In Comfort’s service is a cut above the rest:

Trained staff – We require all our care and support staff to have achieved an NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care. Our senior care and support staff have all achieved NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care or above.

Compassion – We understand how important it is for every client to feel that they are in expert hands. That is why we signed up to be Dignity Champions, always treating our clients with the utmost dignity and respect.

Flexibility – We can assist with a wide range of client needs as and when necessary – responding immediately to any changes in the type of care and support required.

Experienced – To ensure our care and support staff are composed of highly experienced individuals, we require suitable, verified references to confirm at least two years’ proven experience for care and support staff and ten years’ proven experience for our senior care and support team.

Our care and support workers are experienced in
Personal Care

Prompting with medication, supporting with washing and dressing: assisting with toilet needs and catheter care: specialisms include dementia and palliative care.

Household

Basic laundry, light housework including linen changes: shopping, simple cooking, collecting prescriptions etc.

Social Care

Supporting with medical appointments: accompanying the client to the library, café, trips out or social activities: providing conversation and companionship etc.

Night-time Care & Support

Live-In Comfort Ltd offers a night-time service in Brighton & Hove and surrounding areas.

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Complex Care
Complex Care

At Live-In Comfort we can provide complex care in the home to support adults and children.

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Dementia Care

Dementia is a degenerative syndrome characterised by the loss of mental functions including memory, reasoning and thinking.

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Pallative care
Palliative Care

If you are suffering from a life-threatening illness, this can be a very painful time for you or for others in your life. In this situation, Live-In Comfort Ltd can support clients who wish to remain in their own homes.

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