With Domiciliary care you will likely get a large team of carers who will visit, this can cause confusion and discomfort for some people, with live-in care you will usually get a permanent carer, who you can build a relationship and bond with.
Although Domiciliary care companies will try to stick to times that you request, quite often they will need to move times due to capacity or staff illness, with Live-in Care from Spring Retirement you get the support you need, when you need it.
Domiciliary carers are often on tight schedules with little to no flexibility, not allowing much or any time for the carer to spend quality time with you, with Live-in care being one to one, they are flexible on how the day goes, if there’s an ad hoc event you want to attend, you’ll have someone by your side. This also means that if you have a domiciliary morning call at a certain time, you don’t often get the option of a lie in or breakfast in bed.
With Live–in Care, the carer very much integrates with your way of life, so you get the benefit of your routines not changing, we’ll fit around you!