If you’re living with loneliness and struggling to leave the house, one way of receiving support is with home care in Widnes. You may have found yourself slowing down and struggling to manage daily tasks such as vacuuming and making the beds, perhaps due to age-related frailties or the results of an illness or accident. Companion care is a great way to remain living in your own home while enjoying the benefits of support, whether with practical tasks or emotional wellbeing.
If you are feeling a sense of isolation in your own home, perhaps because a long-term partner has recently passed away, you may be struggling with feelings of loneliness. This can have a knock -on effect on both your emotional and physical wellbeing, as missing out on company can lead to depression and a decline in your general health. Whether you need us occasionally or around the clock, our visiting and live-in care services will ensure you get to live life your way.
Our care services are tailored to the way you want to live your life, meaning you get to enjoy your local community if you’ve missed doing so, or make the most of your home if that’s what you prefer. By having a carer coming into your home you get to see a friendly face, sitting down with them and enjoying a cuppa and a conversation. They’ll also undertake your essential housekeeping tasks if you need them to, meaning you don’t have to struggle changing beds, lifting the vacuum, or dusting.
We design your package of care around your preferences and how you like to live your life, with a detailed support plan in your home that will make sure every carer knows how you wish to be helped. If you like seeing the sights locally, walk your dog, or pop out for coffee and cake, we can accompany you to do that too.
We employ the most compassionate people to become our carers; people who share our passion for delivering the highest quality of care at all times. We value their experience if they have it, however we are also happy to train people with all of the skills they need to be exceptional in their role. We can’t however train people to care from the heart, which is what our carers do naturally. And, because our services are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you and your loved ones can be sure that we’ll always have your wellbeing at heart.
Talk to us today via our website or over the phone to discover more about companion care in Widnes. You can also chat to your closest local branch team, whose details you’ll find here.