Our carers and the benefits of
Live-in care can be an appropriate for a range of needs. Whether it is to care for a chronic or complex illness, or if you or a loved one can no longer live alone unsupported. If living with dementia for instance, live-in care can be preferable since it aids familiarity as opposed to moving into a care home which can be a disorientating experience. For others with physical difficulties, such as Multiple Sclerosis or Motor Neuron Disease, it may be easier to remain at home with a set routine.
Vida carers are expertly trained in a range of specialist areas, we are proud to be able to provide some of the most qualified and experienced live-in carers in the industry. Each and every one of our carers are provided with double the amount of industry standard training and are all first aid trained.
With new carers required to undergo enhanced DBS checks, we also conduct our own background checks to ensure that each new carer is properly qualified for the role that they are about to undertake.
Live-in carers provide great companionship which is especially important for those living alone. Emotional support is often as important as physical support.
For those supporting a partner, it can be difficult to provide suitable care. Having a live-in carer allows you to stay together and support one another, whilst benefitting from respite from care duties.