Live In/24 Hour Care

24 Hour Live-in Care is a modern, full-time care service solution that allows for you or your loved one to stay at home and be cared for.

One of the many benefits of 24 Hour Live-in Care is retaining the comfort and familiarity of your own home with the full support of a professionally trained and experienced full-time live-in carer who will undertake the necessary support tasks as well as providing companionship. This is the perfect solution for those who value their independence.

The costs for 24 Live-in Care are comparable to many nursing and care homes. However, unlike a care home service, 1-2-1 home care charges can be offset against the capital appreciation of the client's property. This option offers greater financial flexibility to fund your care services. Before we provide 24 Live-in Care, we meet each client and family for a full consultation to:

  • Agree the Client's 24 hour Live-in Care needs
  • Understand the Client's likes, preferences and routines
  • Complete a risk assessment
  • Raise and resolve any Health & Safety concerns for the prospective client and their carers

Our next step is to produce a 1-2-1, 24-hour Live-in Care plan which has the flexibility to change as and when required. We then select a team of well-trained live-in carers to ensure continuous, tailored live-in care. Families who entrust their loved ones to Bailey live-in care will have the peace of mind that someone is always on hand, providing care, companionship and taking care of household chores.

Bailey Care Services' live-in carers help with and provide all home and personal care. They prepare meals, offer companionship, run the home and shop for or with the client - all as required and agreed in the individual care plan. They are based at a client's home 24-hours a day, with a two hour break each day, 7-days a week. We select a small team who will live-in with the client for the agreed number of weeks or continuously.

Bailey Care live-in carers usually work for two or three weeks then have a week or two off, at which stage another pre-selected carer is introduced to maintain continuity.