Frequently Asked Questions

At Live Life Care, we are asked a range of questions regarding our services and your personal needs on a regular basis. Here are some of our most FAQ’s designed to provide you with quick answers to your questions.

While there is no real ‘definition’ of someone that needs care there are many signs that you should look out for. It is more common that as your loved one's age, they may begin to need care. If you notice any sudden changes in character or physical changes, it may be a good idea to contact a doctor who can assess your loved ones and provide advice on whether in home care will add to the quality of their lives. If their health begins to deteriorate, then it may be the time to look at care options.

We offer our clients a wide range of services and support options to help them improve their living quality when they are suffering from illness, injury or disability.

Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to patients that need it. In general, we create plans with all of our patients that are designed around their exact needs. If you have a sudden emergency, call the emergency services and they will get to you as soon as possible. If you believe that you need our services at an unusual time, contact us and our friendly staff will see how we can help.

Our services also cover help and assistance with children. We understand that raising a child with a disability or illness can be extremely difficult on your own. We provide a range of specialised services that can help you raise your child. Whether they are out in the park, at home or at school, our services can be provided for you.

At Live Life Care, we understand that illness and disability can have a significant impact on you and your family. The loved ones of people who are ill, often suffer from a range of psychological pain and emotional traumas. We tailor our services to support all of your family and carers. We understand the importance of care for everyone and as a result, make sure that we support everyone involved.

Over our 30 years in the wellbeing and care industry, we have learnt how to refine our services around our clients. We do this by designing a plan based around their life. Our plan will inform us of their disability and illness, as well as the extent to which it impacts them. We also take into consideration their strengths, weaknesses and personal preferences. We will then build a plan around their lifestyle that helps them throughout their daily lives.

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