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Live-in Care and Night Care

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What is Live-in and Night Care?

Live-in carers live with you in your home and are there to provide ongoing support at short notice. The main benefits of this service include companionship, having someone to ensure you are engaging socially, avoiding falls, removing the need to move into a care home and most importantly, ensuring your time spent with your loved ones is quality time.

Night care is a similar service where care professionals stay with you through the night. This can be a Sleeping Night service, where carers can support you no more than a few times. Or a Waking Night service where they are awake all night, ready to help you regularly or as needed.  

Live-in carer with her client supporting her at home.
Amora Care was great at reassuring Mum and Dad at a time when they needed it most. We are very grateful for the care and support received. Excellent all around."

Selena, Tonbridge

Sarah gave us so much information and advice during our assessment that I knew I had to go with Amora! It was a breath of fresh air not to be hard sold anything but just genuine advice and great care..."

Sue, Tunbridge Wells

Excellent care package put together for mum. She enjoys the visits from her carer very much and really appreciates the chats and laughs they have together and the support provided.”

Steve, Paddock Wood

Carer supporting client at night during a waking night care visit

Who is live-in and night care for?

Live-in care is ideal for families caring for a loved one with more complex care needs or considering moving to a care home but would rather stay in their own homes. In any case, having a live-in carer will enable you to spend quality time with your loved one.

Night care is best suited for people with sleep disorders, who need regular medication at night, usually get up many times at night and are at risk of falling, among others. This great option provides expert support and a friendly face through the night.

How does live-in and night care work?

During your free assessment, we will learn what you enjoy doing and how we can support you to keep doing it with the help of a live-in carer. As a regulated service provider, we will create a personal care plan tailored to your lifestyle that fits around family and friends as well. A live-in carer can support you with:

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Washing, dressing and personal care

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Social interaction in the community

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Everyday tasks like shopping

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Support getting up and going to bed

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Laundry, cooking, cleaning

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 Sleeping or Waking night care

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Monitoring your health

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Reminding, encouraging and administering medication

Q: What happens when my carer needs time off?

A: We will provide another suitable carer to cover your live-in carer's holiday. Your service will not be discontinued. 

Q: I only need live-in for a short period of time. Do you have a minimum term?

A: No. We can do live-in packages for a day or for a longer period, with no fixed term.

Q: How long does it take to organise a live-in package?

A: We usually require a minimum of two weeks to find a suitable carer and put everything in place. 

Live-in FAQ:

Live-in Care FAQ:

Generally, it takes us about two weeks to locate a suitable carer and make all the necessary arrangements for a live-in package. Before finalizing, you will have the opportunity to meet the carer. In the rare case that things don't work out, we will provide a suitable replacement.

We cover roughly a 10-mile radius around Tunbridge Wells. Unlike many other providers, this includes most of the surrounding villages and rural areas.

Our live-in packages start from £1,490 per week and vary depending on the care required. Sleep-in nights (10 pm - 6 am) cost £195 during weekdays and £215 at weekends. Waking nights are charged at the standard hourly rate.

Yes. Our carers have professional indemnity insurance that covers them while providing home care.

 

They must also complete a comprehensive mandatory training program annually. This covers things like medication support, safeguarding, first-aid, etc. In addition to that, they also do elective training modules for things like stoma care, PEG feeding, oxygen administration, mental health, etc.

No. We can do live-in packages for a day or a longer period, with no fixed term.

We will provide another suitable carer to cover your live-in carer's holiday or absence. Your service will not be discontinued.

What next?

Now is the perfect time to schedule your free assessment. During this informal visit, a member of our team will come to your home, meet with you and your family, and begin creating a personalized care plan that will help you maintain your independence and live comfortably at home.

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