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Live-in Care in High Wycombe

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Needing long-term care and support does not mean that your loved one will have to go into a care home. The alternative is live-in care, which is increasing in popularity and can give your elderly relative a much better quality of life.

If you would like to discover more about Elder’s live-in care service, contact our care advisors who are available seven days a week from 8 am until 8 pm.

What benefits does live-in care offer compared to a care home in High Wycombe?

Unlike a care home, a live-in carer can give your loved one their undivided attention and the companionship they need on a day to day basis. Live-in care also provides you with peace of mind, as you can be confident that your elderly relative is well looked after and safe in the environment of their choice.

Change can be challenging to cope with as you grow older, and your loved one may be anxious about having to leave their home and community. With live-in care from Elder, they can be supported to continue seeing friends and neighbours and to maintain the hobbies and activities they enjoy, as far as they are able.

Elder provides live-in carers throughout Buckinghamshire, including in High Wycombe itself and nearby places such as Downley, Hazlemere and Loudwater. Staff are experienced and highly trained, so you know your loved one will benefit from the highest quality of care whatever their condition.

Whether your relative has mobility problems due to a stroke, arthritis, heart disease or diabetes, or is living with dementia, our carers are able to offer the care they need.

How can live-in care enhance your loved one’s life in High Wycombe?

Situated in the lovely Chiltern Hills, the town has plenty to offer elderly people. Just because your loved one is no longer able to live alone and manage independently, their life should not be restricted to staying in the house all the time, and a live-in carer will enable them to do the things they enjoy in the local area.

This may just be going for short walks around the neighbourhood, or it may involve trips to nearby places of interest, such as Wycombe Museum or the former residence of Benjamin Disraeli, Hughenden Manor. West Wycombe Park, now owned by the National Trust, has beautifully landscaped gardens and is another place well that is worth a visit.

If your loved one is a car owner, their carer will be able to chauffeur them around as required. Otherwise, the carer could accompany them out in a taxi.

What can you expect from a live-in carer in High Wycombe?

Your loved one will have a unique care plan created for them by Elder. This will be specifically tailored to their needs and preferences, and their live-in carer will carry out whatever tasks are necessary to ensure they enjoy the best possible quality of life.

If your relative needs help with personal care, they will be supported to wash, dress, get up and go to bed – whatever is needed. Their carer will also carry out domestic chores, such as cleaning or ironing.

Live-in care in High Wycombe and the Chilterns

We provide dementia care, home care and overnight care across Bucks.

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.”

Mark, UK

They will cook for your loved one unless they prefer to do this themselves, and will also look after pets if needed. The live-in carer will shop for your elderly relative, or if they would prefer to shop for themselves, will accompany them to the market or the Eden Shopping Centre.

If your loved one has health care needs, you can be confident that their live-in carer will arrange appointments with their GP, possibly at the Priory Surgery, and collect prescriptions from services such as Lansdales Pharmacy, as needed. 

What makes Elder High Wycombe’s preferred care solution?

Elder’s live-in carers are well aware of the importance of keeping active in later life. They will encourage your elderly relative to participate in activities they enjoy that will be good for them.

Hobbies such as gardening or dancing can have many therapeutic benefits, and you will know that your loved one is safe both at home and outside the house, because there will be someone around 24 hours a day.

Not only will a live-in carer from Elder meet all your loved one’s physical needs and ensure they are safe, but they also provide companionship and support to enjoy their leisure time.

This may mean playing board games such as Scrabble with them, or it may involve supporting them to invite a friend round for tea. Whatever help your relative needs to make their life more fulfilled will be given by their carer.

How much will I pay for live-in care?

Standard live-in care with Elder is £1225 per week. There are no hidden costs, and you’re free to add additional extras only if you want them, so you can plan your budget with confidence.

Why choose Elder to provide live-in care?

You can be sure that your loved one will benefit from the highest standard of home care from a one to one carer who has been carefully selected for them.

Their interests will be taken into account when a carer is chosen and, in addition to a purely working relationship, many friendships are built up between our care recipients, their family members and Elder’s live-in carers.

Dulcie’s care story

In this short video, Dulcie and her family explain her reasons for choosing Elder live-in care. They discuss how live-in care has allowed her to stay independent in her own home while making a new friend at the same time.

Living with Live in Care: Dulcie's Story

Local resources for carers in High Wycombe

Wycombe District Council

Providing plenty of information for carers, which includes financial advice, training, care advice, housing and social care support. Get in touch here.

– Address: Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BB

– Call: 01494 461 000

Age UK Buckingham

Local branch of national charity providing advice, guidance, services, social opportunities, welfare links and more to elderly people and their carers. Also partners with other local organisations to provide outings.

– Email: [email protected]

– Address: 145 Meadowcroft, Aylesbury, HP19 9HH

– Call: 01296 431911

Merry Go Round Centre

Offering social opportunities and events for older people and their carers.

– Email: [email protected]

– Address: Contact for information.

– Call: 0800 298 5520

Carers Bucks

Charity to support unpaid carers of family members. Offers a wide range of services including support groups, GP surgeries, events and trips, training and more.

– Email: [email protected]

– Address: Carers Bucks, Ardenham Court, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8HT

– Call: 0300 777 2722

Buckinghamshire Mind for Older Adults

Provides services, signposting and support for older adults with mental health issues and their carers. Specialist provision for mental health conditions that tend to affect older people, such as dementia.

– Email: [email protected]

– Address: 260 Desborough Road, High Wycombe, HP11 2QR

– Call: 01494 463364

Movers and Shakers

Fitness and activity classes that help older people to stay active for longer. Typical classes include Zumba, aerobics, pilates, chair aerobics and other options for older adults. Classes cost around £5 each with concessions available.

Call: 07775 406 148

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.

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