This service is attractive to people who may become confused by a new environment and find it difficult to adapt to change. This particularly applies to people living with dementia, where continuity, routine, and familiar surroundings are very reassuring, important, and improve quality of life. Live-in care also provides the supervision that someone living with dementia might need to keep them safe
Respite care is a special name for a short-term break for caregivers. When you look after someone who's sick or disabled, it's a 24-hour job. You need a break from time to time to look after your own needs. That's where respite care can help.
Domiciliary care is defined as the range of services put in place to support an individual in their own home. Services may involve routine household tasks within or outside the home, personal care of the client, and other associated domestic services necessary to maintain an individual in an acceptable level of health, hygiene, dignity, safety, and ease in their home.
At Care Legacy our support service is to get to know each customer. We want to know about your interests and hobbies and the experiences that light up your life. From this, we will try and match you with a home care assistant who shares your interests.
To provide care through the night, checking residents at regular intervals according to their care plan. To respond promptly to calls for assistance while respecting, at all times, the privacy, dignity and choice of the residents.
At Care Legacy, we understand that they can be certain circumstances that require detailed care. We specialise in:
Multiple sclerosis Care (MS)
Motor neurone Disease Care (MND)
End of Life Care