Night care is when a carer remains overnight at your home to assist you in maintaining your daily routine. Night Care gives people access to qualified professionals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, who can help with even the most complicated care needs.
Our nursing-led caregivers also provide care at night, so you or a loved one can sleep well all night.
If you or a loved one are uncomfortable spending the night alone, you may need night care. One of our fully trained night caregivers is ready to help with things like going to the bathroom, taking medications, and moving the bed.
Because every person and situation is unique, our night care is tailored to your specific requirements. A night carer ensures that support is always accessible. It indicates that you or a loved one may remain at home, the most comfortable setting.
It might be difficult to accept that one requires attention. Let us put your mind at ease; call our friendly team to find out how we can help you.
Night care can ease the worry of being alone at night for you or a loved one. However, it is also beneficial in various other ways, including:
- Assistance with medication administration.
- Assisting with bathroom breaks
- Regular assistance in changing positions in bed, particularly after a surgical procedure or accident,
- Our nursing-led team can assist with the provision of complex care.
- Better overall health due to the ability to sleep through the night.
- It is appropriate for those with degenerative disorders, such as a kind of dementia.
- Having someone close by gives your family more peace of mind.
Nightly assistance from your live-in carer—a good night’s sleep
A caregiver who lives with you and helps you 24 hours a day will also be there to help you sleep.
This is known as a “sleep night” for the caregiver. This implies that they can help you up to twice every night in order to continue supporting you the next day.
Your carer is still there to assist you if you awaken more than this number of times each night. But if this happens often, we can talk about making changes to better meet your needs.
A Waking Night Carer-Support throughout the night
A waking night requires the caregiver to remain up throughout the night in order to assist with any potential care requirements. Night care can be given at set times throughout the night, with the caretaker taking care of night-time tasks and using the rest of the time to do important housework.
This is referred to as a “waking night” since the carer will be awake the entire night. You have discretion over their duration of usage. If you require considerable support at several points during the night, such as waking up confused or requiring regular assistance changing positions or taking medicine, we can arrange for one of our experienced carers to assist you.
This unwavering assistance from one of our nightly caregivers may make a world of difference for you and your family.
Night-time respite for another carer – our sitting service
In addition, we provide a sitting service and a midnight care service. Here, we arrange for a competent caregiver to keep you or a loved one company during a break for your regular caregiver.