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Home Care and Domiciliary Care in Manchester and the North West

Home Care and Domiciliary Care in Manchester and the North West

Whether you need a full time carer on a permanent basis, or just need a helping hand over the short term, at Llyon Health we can provide the support your family needs. Our home care services offer you a flexible option and a practical alternative to a residential care home. So whether you need specialist dementia care or Alzheimer’s care for a loved one, or are just in need of a break and need a short term carer, we can give you and your loved ones the support they need, in the comfort of their own home.

Our Manchester based service allows our customers to stay in the home they love and in an environment that is familiar and comfortable to them. And because our service is flexible we’re able to tailor it to meet your needs no matter how much they change. From short term care following hospital treatment to longer term live-in care, our solutions are fully flexible and provide you with the support you need, when you need it.

So whether your loved one needs help around the house with everyday tasks such as cooking and cleaning or they need specialist mental health care, our registered carers are able to provide a full range of domiciliary services to support them. We’re also fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission so you can relax in the knowledge that your loved one is getting the support they need.

Domiciliary care is focused on providing help and support to people in their own homes, meaning they’re able to stay in an environment that is familiar to them. Our services cover a full range of domiciliary care including live-in care, respite care, dementia care and visiting care. We can also help your loved one avoid social isolation in their old age with our companionship services which give them the support and care they need to visit friends and neighbours, get out of the house or simply have a friendly person to chat with in the comfort of their own home.

The benefits of home care can’t be understated, particularly for those suffering with dementia or Alzheimer’s where a change in environment can be extremely distressing. With domiciliary care your loved one is able to stay at home where things are familiar and comfortable while getting the care they need. There are many forms of dementia and we’ll work with you to provide the level of support you need to help ease the strain on your family.

It can be hard watching the health of a loved one deteriorate over time, but recognising that care is needed doesn’t need to mean the end of your loved ones freedom. Our services mean that your loved one can get the support and help they need to live an independent life at home. To find out more about our domiciliary care services in Manchester and the North West and how we can help provide the care your loved one needs, get in touch with us today by calling 07927 909 795.