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Live-in Care in Newcastle

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Live-in care can enable your loved one to remain comfortably and safely in their own home, even when they have reached the situation where they need long-term care and someone around 24 hours a day.

Why is live-in care preferable to a care home admission in Newcastle?

This type of care, in the elderly person’s own home, has become increasingly popular because it provides one to one attention that is tailored specifically to the individual’s needs. Care homes find it difficult to maintain the continuity of care, the personal element and the companionship that a live-in carer can provide.

Your loved one will probably be much happier remaining in their own home, surrounded by their treasured possessions than they would be if they had to relocate to a care home.

They will be able to stay close to friends and neighbours and continue to do the things they enjoy locally, with the support of a carer who is around whenever they need help.

You will not have to worry about whether your loved one is safe or whether they are having problems settling down in a strange place.

Elder has carers throughout the city and in nearby towns such as Gateshead, Jarrow and Wallsend who can move into an elderly person’s home with them and supply all the physical and emotional care they need.

In what conditions is care at home suitable for in Newcastle?

Elder’s carers are highly trained and have experience in caring for people with many different conditions. Whether your loved one is living with dementia and needs complex care solutions to ensure they stay safe, or would benefit from having someone to assist with the general daily activities of living and provide companionship, Elder’s service can be the solution.

Our care recipients include people with heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis and many other conditions.

How can live-in care improve my elderly loved one’s life in Newcastle?

Your loved one may need care, but they should not become housebound. Our carers will support your relative to carry on doing the things they enjoy, accompanying them out and about for walks to keep them mobile, or on excursions, if they prefer.

The vibrant city of Newcastle has so much to offer elderly people. Your loved one may enjoy visiting the tranquil Jesmond Dene Park with their carer or perhaps taking a trip to Birkheads Secret Gardens, where they can enjoy light refreshments in the coffee shop after looking around the gardens.

History lovers will find the recently refurbished Newcastle Castle fascinating. The Black Gate building is fully accessible, but the Castle Keep is not suitable for people with limited mobility.

With a live-in carer to ensure that your relative stays safe, they can enjoy visiting friends, a shopping trip to Eldon Park and many other activities in the neighbourhood.

We provide live-in care in Newcastle and the surrounding areas


At Elder we provide the highest level of live-in care in and around Newcastle with our compassionate and skilled carers. Our live-in care services are the perfect solution for long-term care.

What our customers say

“The security and patience of live-in care has meant my mother has relaxed and her general disposition has improved to no end.”

How does Elder’s live-in care service work?

Elder draws up a care plan detailing your loved one’s individual needs. The live-in carer will do whatever is needed to keep the care recipient as safe as they can and meet their identified needs.

Many elderly people need help with day to day activities such as getting dressed and moving around. Whatever their personal care needs, the live-in carer will provide assistance.

They also help with household chores such as shopping, cleaning or laundry and will cook meals to ensure your relative is able to enjoy a healthy, balanced diet.

People in the city are fortunate to benefit from the services of well-known hospitals such as the RVI (Royal Victoria Hospital) and Freeman’s Hospital.

If for any reason, your loved one needs to attend an outpatient’s appointment or a clinic at one of these hospitals, their live-in carer will go with them and will make sure that any information they are given is passed on appropriately.

Why is Elder the preferred care solution?

Maintaining as high a level of independence as possible for our elderly care recipients is one of Elder’s aims. Your loved one is more likely to remain active in their familiar surroundings, and their carer will support them to continue enjoying activities such as gardening if they wish.

If your loved one is a pet owner, they will be able to continue enjoying the proven benefits, including lower blood pressure and stress levels, that spending time with their animals brings. Their live-in carer will ensure that pets are looked after and fed too.

What is the cost of live-in care?

Elder charges £795 a week for its live-in care service. This can be up to 30 percent less than it would cost for your loved one to go into a care home. The saving is even more apparent for couples who both require care, and it can also ensure that they are able to stay together.

If they are admitted to a care home, couples whose care needs are different may have to be separated, which can be very upsetting for them after a lifetime spent together.

What makes Elder unique?

Elder is committed to providing the highest possible standard of live-in care for the elderly. Each care recipient’s interests are carefully matched with the carer, ensuring that they have plenty in common on which to build a friendly and comfortable working relationship.

Elder’s support team is always available to help with information or give you the support you need on a day to day basis. If you would like to discuss your loved one’s situation with no obligation, call us today, and our care advisors will be very pleased to give you all the information you need.

Mikis' care story

In this short video, Nick and Maro explain their reasons for choosing Elder live-in care.

They discuss how live-in care has allowed Nick’s father Mikis to stay independent in his own home while making a new friend at the same time.

Care in Newcastle: Useful Resources

Search Newcastle

As well as offering advice and support to the elderly and their carers, Search host a variety of activities and befriending events.

Email: info@searchnewcastle.org.uk
Address: 74 Adelaide Terrace, Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 9JN
Call: 0191 2737443

Newcastle Carers

This hub provides training, tailored support and counselling, hosts regular social and drop-in events and advertises fundraising and volunteering opportunities.

Email: info@newcastlecarers.org.uk
Address: 135-139 Shields Road, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1DN
Call: 0191 2755060

Newcastle City Council

The council website has an array of valuable information for carers, including financial and rights advice, planning for emergencies and how to access appropriate support.

Contact Methods: https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/your-council-and-democracy/contact-the-council
Address: Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8QH
Call: 0191 2787878

North Tyneside Carers' Centre

Aiming to improve quality of life for carers, this independent charity provides advocacy, individual and peer group support, offers training, and hosts a range of events and activities.

Contact Form: https://www.northtynesidecarers.org.uk/contact
Address: 3rd Floor, YMCA building, Church Way, North Shields, NE29 0AB
Call: 0191 6432298

Carers Trust Tyne and Wear

This independent charity provides a range of services designed to empower and deliver positive outcomes to carers and their families.

Email: info@carerstrusttw.org.uk
Address: The Old School, Smailes Lane, Highfield, Rowlands Gill, NE39 2DB
Call: 01207 549780

Get live-in care of the highest standard

Give us a call, drop us an email or simply fill out the form and one of our specialist care team will get in touch as soon as possible.

0333 241 3141
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