A live-in caregiver resides in the client’s home and provides consistent assistance with daily functions. They are trained to take on tasks like bathing, eating & toileting so that your loved one can have a more comfortable life.
A live-in caretaker will reside at your loved one’s house for 24-hours every day of the week and be there when they need help performing their basic Activities of Daily Living or if they show any signs of distress. This is especially helpful because a live-in caregiver and the senior have a more personal bond. The caregiver knows the daily routine and is a consistent presence in the home.
Senior Services Unlimited is a private duty non medical home care agency designed to offer top quality services at affordable prices.
Our caregivers are bonded, insured and carefully screened. They are also members of The Family Care Safety Registry. We have been providing assistance to seniors since 1987.
At Senior Services Unlimited, our Live-In Home Care services support the many details of everyday living:
Seniors that opt for live-in caregivers benefit from the presence of someone with them day and night. This decision is perfect for those who want to remain in their own homes, as they enjoy having a caregiver around all day long. Live-ins get along well because there are no odd schedules or work hours – it’s just constant companionship!
When it comes to choosing in-home care for an elderly person, there are many options. Live-in and 24-hour caregivers may seem like the same terminology, but they vary in how much time is spent with the senior, depending on their care needs. Understanding these differences will help determine what type of live-in or hourly home care would be best suited for each individual’s circumstance.
24-Hour Home Care (Hourly Home Care)
Live-In Home Care
Based on a free consultation, we will develop a custom senior companion plan. This plan will be modified according to your loved one’s unique care needs and preferences.
Once we’ve developed your loved one’s plan, we will match them with a companion caregiver.