You may think that care is only needed during the day, but carers are available to help you overnight as well, allowing you to sleep happily in the comfort of your own home, with the reassurance of knowing your trusted carer is on hand.
Who Uses Night Care?
Everyone wants to stay as independent as possible, but some individuals require extra support in both the day and night. For so many reasons, it can be difficult to enjoy a good night’s sleep.
Whether it’s a long-term condition such as dementia or a lack of mobility, worry at being left alone, or just something short term like recovering from a cold or getting back to routine after a short hospital stay, night care could be exactly what you need to get you back to the level of independence you want.
Why Choose Night Care?
Night time care is really useful if you, or a member of your family, isn't comfortable alone. A trained carer will come to your house with their overnight bag and will be there during the night to help with personal care, administering medication, or just giving a hand to get you more comfortably positioned in bed.
A carer can check on you periodically, as frequently and discretely as you wish, ready to help when needed, before helping you out of bed and getting you ready in the morning.
What's Involved In Night Care?
Just like with daytime care, your night carer will arrive ready to meet your needs. Every individual's requirements are completely different, which is why it’s important that bespoke care is delivered correctly.
With night care, the help you might need is available at any time of the night, sparing you the need to worry about what might happen if you were on your own. It really offers peace of mind.