We help people with day-to-day activities, like washing and dressing, meal preparation, companionship, and help with medication.
As well as care activities, live-in carers often need to manage the household as much as needed by the client, which can include cleaning, laundry, shopping and other activities.
Live-in carers generally stay with a client for at least a week of a time, often for two weeks, followed by a week or two off.
Clients can have a range of conditions, such as frailty, memory problems, and mobility problems. They can live alone, or with a loved one.