Live-in and visiting care in Essex

Our experienced Carers provide tailored nursing services on a live-in care or visiting care basis for elderly and disabled individuals across Essex, helping them to remain in their own homes.

Our care services in Essex

We’re proud of the contributions our live-in and visiting carers make every day across Essex. Improving the lives of the elderly and vulnerable, playing a vital role in supporting communities.

Our flexible live-in care and visiting care services allow your loved ones to follow their usual routines in a familiar environment, offering a convenient and affordable alternative to care homes.

Contact Saga Care at Home

  • EN4 Hadley Wood, Cockfosters, East Barnet, New Barnet
  • EN9 Waltham Abbey, Nazeing, Upshire 

Live-in care

Live-in care allows loved ones to stay in the comfort of their own home and provides a popular alternative to care homes.

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Visiting care

We are able to offer private hourly visiting home care services. Our visiting carers can care for various durations, from one-hour visits to night-time duties.

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Respite and post-operative care

A short-term live-in care arrangement can be the ideal option to give family or existing carers a well-needed break. Respite care is incredibly useful for families who provide constant care for a loved one.  Live-in care is also helpful for people convalescing after an operation or illness.

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Overnight care

For complete peace of mind, many of our clients also take advantage of our overnight care options, which can be personalised to reflect the number of waking occurrences during the night.

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Care advice

What to expect from end-of-life care and a few important things to consider

You may have heard of end-of-life care and feel like you don’t know much about it. Or perhaps you or a loved one are approaching the end of life and you’re wondering how to make plans. 

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A day in the life of a live-in carer

I draw upon my Saga training on the first morning, absorb and remember the care plan to begin with the right structure – the key is sensitivity and to really listen to the client and their family.

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