Greater London live-in and visiting care
Our care services in Greater London
We’re proud of the contributions our live-in and visiting carers make every day across Greater London. 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.
- EN1 Bush Hill Park; eastern parts of Bulls Cross, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, outskirts of Lower Edmonton
- EN2 Botany Bay, Clay Hill, Crews Hill; western parts of Bulls Cross, Enfield Chase, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, Gordon Hill
- EN4 Hadley Wood, Cockfosters, East Barnet, New Barnet
- EN5 High Barnet, Arkley
- CR0 Croydon, Addiscombe, Woodside (part), Selhurst, Broad Green, Spring Park, Shirley, Addington, New Addington, Coombe, Forestdale, Waddon, Beddington, Thornton Heath (part)
- CR2 South Croydon, Sanderstead, Selsdon, part of Addington
- CR4 Mitcham, Mitcham Common, Pollards Hill, Eastfields, Beddington Corner
- CR5 Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon, Chipstead, Hooley, Netherne-on-the-Hill, part of Woodmansterne, Clockhouse
- CR7 Thornton Heath, Broad Green (part)
- CR8 Purley, Kenley, Russell Hill
- EN3 Enfield Highway, Enfield Island Village, Enfield Lock, Enfield Wash, Ponders End
- KT1 Kingston upon Thames, Hampton Wick, part of Norbiton
- KT2 Kingston upon Thames, Canbury, Coombe, part of Norbiton
- KT3 Motspur Park, New Malden, part of Old Malden
- KT4 Worcester Park, Cuddington, part of Old Malden, Stoneleigh
- KT5 Berrylands, part of Surbiton, part of Tolworth
- KT6 Surbiton, Tolworth, part of Long Ditton, Seething Wells
- KT9 Chessington including Malden Rushett, Hook, part of Long Ditton
- SM1 Sutton, Rosehill, Parts of The Wrythe and Carshalton, Benhilton and Erskine Village, the eastern part of Sutton Common
- SM2 Belmont, South Sutton, South Cheam, East Ewell
- SM3 The western part of Sutton Common, North Cheam, Stonecot Hill
- SM4 Morden, Morden Park, Lower Morden, St. Helier (West), Rosehill
- SM5 Carshalton, Carshalton Beeches, Carshalton on the Hill, The Wrythe, Rosehill, St. Helier (South), Middleton Circle, Little Woodcote
- SM6 Wallington, Beddington, Hackbridge, Roundshaw
- SM7 Banstead, Woodmansterne, Nork, Little Woodcote
- UB11 Stockley Park
- TW1 Twickenham, St. Margarets, Strawberry Hill (east)
- TW2 Twickenham (west)[n 3], Whitton, Strawberry Hill (west), Fulwell (north)
- TW3 Hounslow, Lampton, Whitton (north)
- TW4 Hounslow West, Hounslow Heath, Whitton (west), Cranford (south)
- TW5 Heston, Cranford (north), Osterley (west)
- TW6 Heathrow Airport
- TW7 Isleworth, Osterley (east and centre), Whitton (north)
- TW8 Brentford, Kew Bridge, Syon Park, Brentford Ait
- TW9 Richmond, Kew, North Sheen (north)
- TW10 Ham, Petersham, Richmond Hill, North Sheen (south), Richmond Park
- TW11 Teddington, Fulwell (east), Bushy Park
- TW12 Hampton, Hampton Hill, Fulwell (west)
- TW13 Feltham (south of the railway line), Hanworth
- TW14 Feltham (north of the railway line), North Feltham, East Bedfont, Hatton
Live-in care allows loved ones to stay in the comfort of their own home and provides a popular alternative to care homes.
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.
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.
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.
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.