Live In Care Salisbury

Arthur's Story

Our dad has dementia, he was living at home on his own and wasn’t coping very well. We don’t live locally to be able to help, with one of us being in Scotland and one of us in America. 

We did have home carers going in during the day, but this just wasn’t enough support for what he needed. So we contacted Burley’s Home Care.

After the consultation with our dad, they matched him with a carer who now lives at home with him. He has settled into this new set up really well. The carer does everything for him, from helping to get him dressed, to cleaning and cooking. They even liaise with medical professionals. 

We can now feel confident from a far, knowing that everything is being taken care of, and Dad is being well looked after.

Paul with his live in carer

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Burley’s Home Care is rated as one of the top 20 care providers in the UK, and brings quality live in care to those in Salisbury. 

It’s not uncommon for someone to want to stay at home as they get older. Our Salisbury live in care is a great solution should you need around the clock care.

To discover how our live in care service works, and how much it might cost please call our care team on: 01722 280112

What is included in Live in Care?

All of our live in care clients in Salisbury have different needs. That is why we build an individual care plan around them and their needs. Our care plans can be flexible, but usually a live in care plan will include:

To suit our clients individual needs, we create bespoke care plans with the your family and carer. If you are interested in how our salisbury live in care team could help you, call us on 01722 280112

How does live in care work?

Once we have got to know your needs, a trained carer from our Salisbury care team will come and live with you. They will provide any support you may need, while you remain as independent as possible. 

Our trained carers will encourage your loved one to remain as independent as possible, so we create personalised care plans giving them the assistance where you need it. 

Call our friendly live in care team for more information now on 01722 280112

Live in carer helping client with shopping
live-in care helping with shopping

How much does live in care cost?

The cost of live in care in Salisbury can vary depending on a couple of things. The biggest factor will be how much care you need. It will also depend on if you choose managed or self-managed live in care. If you are unsure of what the difference between manages and self managed live in care is, have a look at our live in care brochure. 

Our popular packages are priced around £1499. However, as all of our live in care plans are tailored to the individual, our prices are not set.

Get in touch with us to discuss your or a loved ones needs by calling our live in care team on 01722 280112

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If you have any questions about Live In Care, or would like to speak to a member of our team about anything, please feel free to contact us.

What does live in care include?

We understand that each individual’s live in care needs will be different. Some of our patients require live in care for security and companionship, some require personal assistance, and others have more complex medical needs. Our dedicated team of carers are fully trained and experienced and led by Registered Care Manager Natasha Choto, who has worked in the care industry for 18 years.

Natasha’s passion for delivering high quality care is clear to see, and she works directly with every client and their family to create a live in care plan perfectly suited to each person’s unique requirements, which is reviewed and adapted over time to ensure flexibility.

The services that may be included as part of a live in care package vary between care providers, however our live in care service can help with any and all of the following:
  • Companionship
  • Mental stimulation
  • Keeping up with hobbies and trips out
  • Confidence building
  • Maintaining independence
  • Dressing
  • Washing
  • Preparing meals and eating
  • Shopping
  • Housekeeping
  • Accompanying them to medical or other appointments
  • Reminders to take medication, or helping to administer medication
  • Full time support for those with conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, MS and more
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