We pride ourselves on offering a quality, professional home care service that allows you or your loved ones to continue to enjoy the comforts of your own home. With dignity and independence remaining our key priority, our carers build friendships and mutual trust with clients, whilst regularly monitoring and assessing individual care needs to guarantee the best possible service.
How Can We Help?
From simple domestic chores such as cooking, cleaning and shopping to more personal tasks such as bathing, personal care or assistance with medication, our care assistants can offer help with a wide variety of tasks. We can deliver specialised care for those with more specific needs and ensure that our staff are continuously trained to provide the best care possible.
HomeLife Carers is a friendly, local service whose primary goal is to give clients the quality service they deserve, provided by a team of highly-professional, dedicated care assistants, who give HomeLife Carers the well-respected reputation it has today. If you are someone who cares about people and who would be proud to work for a quality organisation, please contact us today.
Providing peace of mind through our range of services
Since 2007, HomeLife Carers have been providing quality home care across Devon. We offer a wide range of services to many user groups throughout the community and include the following:
Respite and Temporary Care
Respite care from HomeLife Carers is a short-term care solution enabling a carer, who may be a family member, to take a break. We can also provide cover for illness and emergencies. Respite care is defined as care which is provided for two weeks or less and, as with people using our services longer-term, our care workers can move in to the home and provide the full range of care services.
Personal Care services can be provided by all care assistants at HomeLife Carers. Such services include help with getting up in the morning, washing, dressing, toileting, bed-making and assistance with going to bed at night. Our care assistants are trained to promote as much independence as possible whilst providing the support and assistance when needed.
HLC provides services to younger people who have a wide range of dependency levels and needs, in their own homes, at work or whilst in full-time education. These services are tailored to specific needs and often includes support with socialising, studying, working and playing sport.
Our care assistants are trained to assist with all medicines and can be there to help and prompt you for medication that has been prescribed by your doctor. This is however subject to certain restrictions which would be explained to you and assessed during the development of your care plan.
Personal tasks such as preparing shopping lists, doing the shopping, collecting your pension (with your specific permission only) and helping to manage personal affairs such as birthdays and other anniversaries, are all tasks which your care assistant is able to carry out with you/for you.
Your care assistant will be able to undertake light domestic chores such as hoovering, dusting and general cleaning, washing up and personal laundry. Subject to certain limitations, we will also be able to help with light gardening duties.
We’re on hand to help you prepare your breakfast, your mid-day meal, evening meal or supper and any other refreshments required during the day. If appropriate, your care assistant can also sit with you while you have your meals for companionship purposes.
HomeLife Carers can offer a sitting service, providing other main carers (who may be a family member) with a break, or providing companionship for those who may live alone. Clients can also be taken out during such visits to local attractions, visitor centres or any other venues which would all be fully assessed
HomeLife Carers offer a night care service which we have segmented into two categories of care. These include an awake service for clients who require constant attention during the night for which the care assistant won’t sleep and a sleeping service for clients who do not wish to be left alone during the night. Care assistants will expected to sleep and a bed should be provided for sleeping services.