Making life at home easier
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When to get home care
This is a decision that you need to arrive at for yourself, or with your partner or family — when you are ready. You might have noticed things that used to be easy are starting to get more difficult; things like hanging out the washing, putting away the shopping, or perhaps you’re feeling less inclined to make a home cooked meal. For others, a more significant event such as a fall will be the motivation to seek assistance at home. Getting the ball rolling sooner rather than later is a good idea.
What does help at home look like?
You can be assured that getting help at home doesn’t mean a carer comes in and takes over. We’re simply here to help, in what ever way serves you best.
All that might mean is:
- having someone go to the shop with you
- a hand in the garden or help cleaning
- someone to stand outside the bathroom door
- assistance with personal care
- a health professional such as a physiotherapist or
occupational therapist visiting you to help with
mobility, balance and pain management.
Whatever your needs are, or however they change, we can adapt.
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Getting some help around the house, such as cleaning, gardening or personal care, can make life easier and help you stay in your own home for longer.More about home care