Live In Care Oxford
At Four Oaks Healthcare we provide specialist, personalised live in care in Oxford for those in need and the elderly; allowing them to retain their independence in their own home, whilst having help when needed.
What Is Live In Care?
Live in care is when a dedicated and qualified carer moves into the home of the care receiver, providing 24-hour care in the comfort of their own home. Beneficial to both your loved one and your family, 24-hour live in care in Oxford provides peace of mind that your loved one is properly cared for, whilst retaining their home and their independence. On hand throughout every day and night, a Four Oaks Healthcare carer in Oxford ensures that your loved one is comfortable and safe at all times.
What Does A Live In Carer In Oxford Do?
Our Oxford live in care services include anything you or your loved one requires to keep safe, healthy and happy at all times. Care can be as minor or as intensive as required, encompassing anything from simple companionship and assistance with daily tasks to more complex care such as dementia care or spinal care.
A live in carer may provide:
Personal care – our carers will help with everyday tasks such as washing and getting dressed.
Meal preparation – live-in carers will ensure clients enjoy healthy and varied meals that meet their dietary requirements.
Housekeeping – from cleaning the home to doing laundry, carers are there to stay on top of the housework.
Medication – our carers ensure their client takes the correct medication on time and to schedule.
Companionship – carers are carefully matched with clients to ensure they can provide much-needed companionship alongside essential care.
Transportation – whether it’s an essential appointment or a leisurely excursion, live-in carers are able to provide transport.
Exercise – a live-in carer can help clients stay mobile, through gentle movement or exercise indoors or outdoors as needed.
From time-to-time, live in homecare can include excursions outside of the home. In Oxford, for example, a carer might take a client for a stroll along the Port Meadow or University Parks riversides. When the weather’s not so forgiving, a trip out might involve an afternoon exploring the Ashmolean Museum, or perusing the latest exhibition at Weston Library.
Even a short walk down the high street to browse some shops or enjoy coffee and cake in a cafe can provide essential socialisation with the local community.
Our person-centred approach to live in care in Oxford means that our carers focus on ensuring you or your loved one feels as independent and as fulfilled as possible, whether this be assisting with food shopping, participating in gentle exercise, or enjoying a walk or other outing. Highly trained in all services encompassed in live in care, our Oxford carers work tirelessly to ensure the health and happiness of each care receiver we work with.
Who Can Benefit From A Live In Carer In Oxford?
Four Oaks Healthcare provide expert care services to a wide variety of customers in Oxford and surrounding areas. Working frequently with the elderly, we can also provide live in care for a number of conditions and disabilities, including Dementia, Huntington’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury and Convalescence. Our care receivers consist of patients of all ages, from childhood through to the elderly, with the care we provide carefully tailored to suit the age, condition and personality of the care receiver.
How Much Does 24-Hour Live In Care in Oxford Cost?
Unlike a care home, the care our Oxford live in carers provide is uniquely tailored for each person. This means that no care receiver’s care plan and price will be the same as another. The cost of the care we provide will depend closely on the level of care required. Our consultants will be able to advise you on this fee during your initial consultation.
To find out more about the Oxford live-in care services we provide, please contact us on 03337720156 and our helpful advisors will be able to answer any of your questions.
Where We Provide Care in Oxford
We provide care services to clients throughout Oxford and the surrounding areas. This includes (but isn’t limited to):
Barton – Blackbird Leys – Cutteslowe – Dean Court – Godstow – Grandpont – Harcourt Hill – Headington – Headington Hill – Headington Quarry – Littlemore – Marston – New Hinksey – New Marston – North Oxford – Park Town – Risinghurst – Rose Hill – St Ebbes – Sunnymead – Walton Manor – Wolvercote
Live In Care Benefits
Your Family Pet Stays With You
Choice Of What You Eat And When
Continued Chosen Lifestyle
One-To-One Personal Support
Remain Active Within Your Community
Types of Care We Provide in Oxford
– Live in Care – Elderly Care – Homecare – Complex Care – Huntington’s Disease Care – Muscular Dystrophy Care – Brain Injury Care – Cerebral Palsy Care – Spinal Cord Injury Care – Palliative Care – Child Disability Care – Dementia Care – Overnight Care – Parkinson’s Care –
What Is Complex Care?
Complex Care Oxford is when a carer provides support for people who need medium to long-term, continuing, specialist or substantial care because of a disability or chronic illness, or following hospitalisation or long-term medical treatment. Our senior professionals look carefully at individual needs and create a personalised tailor-made plan to give them the best possible complex care in Oxford.
What Is Homecare?
Homecare Oxford, sometimes known as domiciliary care, is a specialist type of care for those who have additional needs, such as the elderly, disabled parents, those with dementia and children with additional needs. Oxford Homecare services are provided from the comfort of your loved ones home, allowing them to retain their independence.
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What Our Clients Think
In our experience Four Oaks were outstanding in every way.
Perhaps the biggest single plus about Four Oaks over previous care providers is the ability to provide continuity of carer. I am convinced my mother has benefited from the stability of having the same compassionate, competent and dedicated carer for the past eight months