Elderly & Disabled Care

Care for the elderly and disabled at home

Living with independence and dignity

Image of elderly man at home - day and night careAs we reach our later years, retaining our independence is vitally important. That’s why care for you or your elderly or disabled relative at home is a good way of receiving that care in familiar surroundings.

Having a live-in carer to support you when you’re older helps you to retain a level of living independently while remaining in the comfort and safety of your own home. It also means being able to continue making certain choices on your own terms. VersaCare has over 16 years’ experience in caring for the elderly and disabled at home; supporting all kinds of senior and mature clients, and those with physical disabilities no matter how severe.

We help hundreds of families nationwide, making a difference to peoples’ lives with your own individually tailored 24 hour live-in carer. You’ll have the knowledge that a fully-trained, expert carer is providing reassurance, stability, and companionship at a time when it’s needed the most. Concerned family members can relax more in the knowledge that there is some security and independence through being cared for in their own home by a 24 hour live-in carer from VersaCare.

Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, competitive and flexible Live-in service to clients and care workers, whilst striving to achieve excellence in customer service and satisfaction.

Our Live-in Care Services includes caring for:

  • Elderly and Frail, Dementia/Alzheimer’s
  • Stroke, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis
  • Spinal Injury, Paralysis, Cystic Fibrosis
  • Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy and Palliative Care
  • Temporary Live-in care upon hospital discharge

Additional Live-in Care Support that we can provide

We can provide information on, and intervention to help obtain if required, equipment from suppliers, and adapting the home with mobility aids.

We will work with multidisciplinary teams, from Social Services, Primary Care Trust, Mental Health teams, Occupational Therapists, Specialist Dementia teams, GP’s   and other NHS Professionals.

As part of this Live-in care Service we will additionally provide any or all of the following:

  • Assistance to mobilise and the use of mobiliy aids
  • Knowledge of the use of aids, for sensory impairment
  • Incontinence pad changes
  • Cooking and domestic work such as laundry, shopping, cleaning
  • Support for day centre activities and hobbies
  • Reablement and Respite Care
  • Live-in Care Specialist Service with Training in the following:

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Stoma and Catheter Care
Bowel Management
Palliative care

To find out about any Funding & Benefits that may be available to you, click here