Live-In Care

If round the clock support is what you need, but you'd like to stay in the comfort of your own home, live-in care may be the perfect solution.

As the name suggests, live-in care means receiving support from a Personal Support Assistant who lives-in your home with you, to provide tailored and ongoing support.



Why choose live-in care?

Many people thrive when in the comfort of their own home, with familiar surroundings, their pets and their loved belongings. 

When a higher level or more frequent support is required, live-in care can be a positive alternative to moving into a residential or care home. 

Your live-in Personal Support Assistant’s role will be centred around your individual requirements, routines and care to give you and your loved ones total peace of mind.

How can live-in care help?

This is just a small indication of the support the Hub Personal Support Assistants can provide, there’s lots more they can and will do, from taking someone to a concert to helping with hobbies including gardening. Simply let us know what support you are looking for, we can help!

Live-in care includes:

Domestic tasks
Personal care
Eating & meal preparation
Daily routines
Overnight support
Gardening and hobbies

Live-in care isn't just for those that are elderly...

…it can provide help with a wide range of everyday tasks for people of all ages, including:

Whether you are young or older, living with a physical or learning, having a live-in carer can help ease the mind and load off you and your loved ones.

We've put together this short video which helps to explain the type of live-in care our Personal Support Assistants can provide... it's a little snapshot into what they could help you with!

It’s a simple process…

Finding live-in care you can trust may feel daunting, but we’re here to support you.

Our aim is to make it as easy and as personal to you as we possibly can, so you are one step closer to the care and support you need.

Get in touch

to discuss your home support needs

Review the profiles

of the Personal Support Assistants that we send and arrange an introductory chat with the ones you like

You choose

the Personal Support Assistant you want to help you!

We've put together this short video which helps to explain the type of live-in care our Personal Support Assistants can provide... it's a little snapshot into what they could help you with!

Live in Care FAQ

A Hub Personal Support Assistant will move into your home and be available to you 24 hours a day. They will meet all of your care needs from helping with domestic jobs around the house, to personal care and administering medicine. They are there to provide peace of mind and allow you to stay in the comfort of your own home with familiar surroundings and continue to have your independence.

A nurse is someone who would change dressings, check how a wound is healing, administer injections and general health checks, they won’t support you with hobbies, companionship and household tasks like a carer will.

A carer will need their own private space, a bedroom with a suitable bed and furniture that allows them to store their belongings. Giving them their own space allows them time to relax and catch up with their own family during down time.

We hope this will not be the case, it is generally quite rare and that’s because we will spend time with you to ensure we fully understand your requirements and get to know you; by doing this you can select the PA that matches your requirements and personality. Plus, you get the opportunity to meet with the carers before the support begins to help you make your decision.
But if it does happen, you can simply choose to cease the support from them and you can contact the Hub who will be happy to support you to be introduced to a different PA.

Yes. All Hub Personal Support Assistants must be fully approved QCAS members which means they must hold live and conviction free enhanced DBS, have completed and passed all compulsory training, have the right to work in the UK and have the relevant insurance. All of this needs to be checked and verified before we allow them to be part of our team. Always look for the trusted QCAS stamp of approval and you will know you are in safe hands!

QCAS (Quality Care Approval Scheme) is a unique approval scheme that sets the standard for all Personal Support Assistants to abide by. With the QCAS stamp of approval it provides reassurance for those seeking care and their loved ones, that their independent carer has abided by the QCAS code of conduct and is deemed approved for work. To find out more, visit the QCAS website here

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