A live in carer means our service users do not have to leave the familiar surroundings of their own homes.
This affordable alternative to residential care allows for one-to-one attention from the carer, which is simply impossible to achieve in a multi-resident care facility.
It may not be possible for a relative to provide round the clock care for an elderly person; others may themselves be getting on in years and be physically unable to look after the growing needs of their spouse or parent. This is where our carers become an important part of the overall support your relative needs, and you are safe in the knowledge that a caring and compassionate companion is never far from your loved one.
Support and help is available 24 hours a day and seven days per week to address any needs that may arise.
If you, your parents, or a loved one has reached that time in life where you need a little extra assistance, but want to remain in the comfort of your own home, we can help.
Many of our service users have found that their mobility has improved, their social life has increased and they no longer rely on friends and family for support and care.
If you have been told you may not get better from a condition you have, Palliative care is an option offered by Olive Tree Care for people living with a terminal illness where a cure is no longer possible.
Olive Tree Care provide a very person-centered and outcome focused approach to care and support with service users who have mental health problems, personality disorders, significant challenging behaviour and associated complex needs.
Olive Tree Care provides services for domiciliary care. To the healthcare sector, we bring a friendly, caring service that aims to offer nothing less than the highest standards of care. Our ethos is to make our clients feel safe and cared for, with 100% dedication, commitment, and professionalism from our staff.
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