Receive Practical Care Advice

29/03/2012

Caring for a loved one, whether a relative or a friend, is a difficult task and many people who find themselves in the role of a carer can do so with little warning and very little advice.

If you care for someone or perhaps you're worried about the well-being of an elderly parent who is frail or suffering from an illness such as dementia and in need of additional care support, you'll know that this role can be challenging and all-encompassing. Carers can often feel overwhelmed and alone and many can neglect their own needs.

 

Care Support: Finding the Right Advice

Coming to terms with the fact that a loved one may need additional support can be difficult and the types of care available can be confusing.

What you need is practical advice on matters that are important to you, the carer, such as which care solution is right for you both, where you can apply for care funding to assist with care fees, to finding care support.

 

Care support ranges from short-term respite care at home to give carers a much needed break from their role, to live-in care; support from a fully-trained and assessed live-in carer who can be on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if needed.

Support 4 Homecare offers Bespoke Care Advice

You needn't muddle your way through the maze of care solutions and their associated costs, because help is at hand. Support 4 Homecare can help guide you through the options for live-in care funding and home care funding. Each family has different circumstances, needs and requirements so Support 4 Homecare offers useful, tailored advice to help carers explore what care funding options may be available. Gaining supportive advice on care fees can make all the difference to the quality of your loved one's life and could even make it possible for them to stay in their own familiar and comfortable surroundings.

If you are a carer and you need advice to help you give the best care that you can to your loved one, then contact Support 4 Homecare for help.

 
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