Tyneese Care provides quality and reliable Live in Care for people who still live in their own homes who require additional constant support, but do not which to go into a care home.

Our Tyneese Live in Care Carers are qualified and certified, highly empathetic individuals who are trained to provide the most individualized healthcare services to members of the geriatric community in the comfort of their own home.

Live in Care is a great alternative to residential care, and a solution for those wanting to remain in their own home, with its comforts and familiar surroundings. It allows you to keep living in your chosen lifestyle with your family, friends, local community and any pets and empowers you to retain your independence and control.

Live in Care is highly flexible, providing a variety of services that could include;

  • Personal Care
  • Prompting medication
  • Light domestic duties
  • Shopping
  • Companionship
  • Food preparation and assistance
  • Pet care
  • Accompany to and from appointments
  • Gardening

This list is by no means exhaustive, so if you require a service that is not listed, please get in contact with our Live in Care team.

Your live in carer works with you to support all your care needs, outlined in your tailor made care plan; created by a member of the live in care team together with you and a loved one who is familiar with your needs and routines. This allows the care to be on your terms and current preferences; such as, meal times, diet choices, hobbies, medication needs and personal care routines. Your care plan will be regularly reviewed, so as your needs change, the care will evolve with you.

We understand the importance in building good relationships and finding the right carer to meet all your support needs; that’s why we work to match you with your carer according to what you require from them, such as; a male or female carer, experience, characteristics, a driver, a pet lover and more. We can arrange a meet and greet with your chosen carer before the care package begins, to make sure both you and carer are comfortable and allow a relationship to develop.