What does my Carer Need?
For those in need of elderly care, palliative care, or dementia care, finding a live-in carer may be a preferable solution to residential care in the local community. Knowing that someone is available for you in your own home, amongst familiar surroundings, can provide a lot of peace of mind for everyone involved.
We are a sister Compay to Private Care Dorchester and the introductory platform is run from that website. https://www.privatecaredorchester.co.uk
1).After our chat, you will be asked to register on Private Care Dorchester and once approved on that website you will be able to choose from one of our Private Live In Carers or
2). You will be able to advertise a job on the website and our Private Live In Carers will apply to it and from there you can make you choice.
3). You can ask us to help you make your choice of Carer and we will look at Carers who we think will fit in with you and your loved one and you will then be able to send private messages to them via our website.
4). Discuss your needs and requirements with the Carer, discuss rates, discuss dates and times and once everything has been finalised, the Private Carer will draw up a Contract for you to agree to.
Is this right for me?
What Will my Carer do?
What does my Carer Need?
We have a stringent vetting process for Carers joining the platform. We interview and fully vet each Carer – we check their DBS, we check that they have the right to work in UK and we check their qualifications and training by ensuring that we have sight of their certificates. We also request contactable references and follow through with this.
Our Carers are not registered on the platform until we have interviewed and completed the registration process, which includes checking that they are registered at HMRC as Self Employed.
I was so lucky to find Julie. A prompt reply to my query and an appointment was arranged within days. The care has been outstanding and I could not wish for a kinder, nicer person to help with my neighbour’s disability.
Julie has been very quick, kind and compassionate to my parents. She found a live-in Carer at very short notice. Having met the Carer only yesterday, I felt that both my parents bonded very quickly to her. As the weeks go by I a hoping that she will be able to get my Dad back up walking better and put some weight back on and even be able to get back upstairs to sleep in his own bed. And also help my Mum to be less anxious. Its been a very tough year and Dad’s fall has not helped her.But I know I will get the help needed.