Managed Live in / 24-Hour / Waking Night / Sleep - in Night Services
Finding a solution for keeping your loved one in their home can be a daunting process, especially when it comes to having total confidence in a company to provide you with the right team.
At Raynet Care, we take a person-centred approach to live-in support and care. Our service promotes independence and choice whilst providing comfort, companionship and support. We are capable of providing professional and personalised 24-hour care and support.
Our Live-in Care Services are offered generally, to not only support our clients but to allow families total peace of mind that their loved ones will receive first rate care within familiar and secure surroundings. Our carers take all of these elements into account to provide low level or medical-led support tailored to you or your loved one. We work with our customers, their loved ones, their GPs, hospitals and other organisations to deliver the right amount of live-in help.
Our 24-hour care service is designed at supporting individuals who either require a high level of support throughout the day and night or who do not wish to have a live-in carer or sleep-in support.
We can arrange for a carer to look after your care needs during the day, and another carer to be with you throughout the night. Carers will handover at a time suitable to you. Both carers will be able to support you with any personal care requirements that you may have, as well as assisting with domestic chores.
Waking / Sleeping Night Cover
Waking night cover means our carer will be awake all night to undertake any care needs that may arise. If you have care requirements at regular intervals during the night, for example you need to change position or go to the toilet every couple of hours, the carer can perform those tasks but during the rest of the time the carer can undertake domestic duties such as laundry, cleaning, etc. as necessary.
Alternatively, if your care requirements mean you just need someone to be there just in case you need them then, a sleep-in service may be the answer. In those circumstances the carer would need a bed to sleep in and would immediately respond to any requests for assistance. The sleep-in service works well with a tele-care service that monitors for example, a person’s movement or continence and sends an alert to the carer when assistance is required.
The night service may be provided as part of a larger care package or as a short-term measure to assist during a period of acute illness.
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