Care In Your Home

As you grow older, you may find that tasks around the home become more difficult over time. Tasks that once came naturally for you, such as washing up wishes, cleaning or cooking, may become stressful and straining on your body. This is a sign that you may need home aged care. Home aged care, is when our team care for and support you in the comfort of your own home. We believe that this is the best way for you to be cared for, unless we believe that you need care 24/7. In such circumstances, we may suggest moving to a care home.

Care In Your Home

Benefits of Care In Your Home

At Live Life Care, we have learnt that being cared for in your own home is one of the most effective ways to increase your independence and improve your overall quality of life. We can provide you with support based around your lifestyle, in an environment that you are most comfortable in. Our staff can provide kind and compassionate support for you, whenever you need it.

Here are some of the main benefits of home aged care:

Benefit 1

Comfort of your own home

From our 30 years in the wellbeing industry, we have found that nearly all of our patients have felt more comfortable in their own home. Helping you to be comfortable and relaxed is one of our main objectives. We want you to receive all the support that you need, without having to be stressed about where you are, who you are with or what's going to happen with your day. By being in your own home, we can support you around your schedule, in a comfortable environment.

Benefit 2

One to one support

Being in your own home means that you can receive more attention from our members of staff. They can be on hand to help you in a one to one environment, allowing them to tailor their support to your exact needs and requests.No matter what you need, our staff can provide for you, without you having to leave the comfort of your home.

Benefit 3

Friendships with staff

Being in close proximity with our staff means that you will be able to develop friendships with them. This helps you to deal with the social side of illness or disability as you will know that you will have a friend by your side to offer help when you need it. We make sure that you frequently work with familiar faces, to ensure that you feel comfortable around them and enjoy their company. We believe that a healthy working relationship can really make the difference between a positive care experience and a negative one.