High quality live-in care. Fixed price £750 p/w price for all types of care.
Types of care
Live - in care and support It means our clients can stay in their own well-loved surroundings, maintain contact with friends and neighbours, keep their lovely pets and continue to live life to their own routine. Live - in care through We Care What You Love (WCWYL), is a popular alternative to care homes when your loved ones is struggling with challenges of living at home. A home care service provider reassuring continuity with all the comforts at home, where life is so normal and safe. Our professional carers know that client's home is his or her domain, so the carer's job is to keep life at home safe and comfortable. Each carer is committed to providing live-in care and support services that are tailored to each client's individual needs. That means WCWYL can provide the right carer for a range of needs, whether it is for the elderly, those who require dementia care, those living with a long term condition, those needing end-of-life care, or disabled adults of any age. Our team of carers is carefully selected and their bespoke care allows the clients to live their life as they would like to do, with the carer's help and support, while recognising that the client's home is their domain.
We take care
Dementia Unfortunately this is a common condition that many of us develop as we get older. Most people diagnosed with dementia are over 65.
It is challenging to communicate with someone who's living with dementia, that's why our carers are well trained to help, support and assist 24hours 7days a week, so a client with dementia can live comfortably at his own home and have a better quality of life.
Dementia can give an ongoing decline in the brain so a person with dementia can have problems with :
Short and long term memory loss
Alzheimer is the most common form of dementia and according to the NHS affects an estimated 850,000 people in the UK.
Vascular dementia is also a very common health condition for people over the age 65, and we offer professional assistance and support for the families that want to keep their relatives at home, so they can have a life closer to normality.
Stroke can show up in different types and each form of stroke requires attention and care. WCWYL has carers with experience and skills that are necessary to attend a client with stroke. For more information regarding strokes the following links may be helpful : www.stroke.org.uk NHS Choices.
Heart disease care
Motor neuron care
Multiple sclerosis care
Helping with personal care and incontinence
Most of the elderly people experience incontinence problems, and this is a sensitive subject for them to talk about. The incontinence is still considered a taboo subject and a large number of elderly people feel ashamed and embarrassed to ask for help. Our carers are here to help. With professional experience and skills a carer can offer support and assistance with incontinence problems and the client will feel confident and comfortable.