Many people reach a point in life where they need extra care and support, perhaps even around-the-clock.
The reasons are as individual as you are, and with Vitality live-in care, so are the solutions.
For example, someone who is living with progressing dementia has very different needs than a younger adult who needs support due to a long-term health condition.
Whatever the situation, most people want to stay in their own homes, rather than move into residential care.
Advantages of live-in care
If you’re thinking about residential care for yourself or a loved one, we invite you to consider the many advantages of live-in care:
You won’t see different faces every day, either. Consistent care, offered by a person who understands you and your individual needs, is one of the most important benefits of live-in care.
You’re not alone
We’ve seen that live-in care can help your relationships blossom, too. There are no visiting hours at home – family and friends can come to visit whenever you wish.
If you’re part of a couple, Vitality live-in care allows you both to continue living together at home. We also ease the burden so you can focus on what matters most – your relationship and enjoying life together.
For people who live on their own, having the companionship of a live-in Personal Assistant relieves loneliness and isolation. In our experience, this interaction improves wellbeing immensely.
Whatever your situation, you’ll find that your live-in Personal Assistant is good company, always ready to give you space when you need it, and share a pleasant chat and cup of tea when the time is right for you.