In Cornwall, OxleyCare offers clients bespoke live-in care. For post-operative care, OxleyCare will care for you from the time you leave the hospital, until you are fully recovered. OxleyCare can provide Companion Care, which can lift the burden of daily household tasks so that the client can do the things they enjoy. OxleyCare’s Respite Care allows family members or carers to take a break for a while, whether that be a weekend, a week, a month or longer.
For those with memory problems or Dementia, OxleyCare aims to provide care that makes the most of the client’s abilities, respecting their dignity and promoting as much independence as possible to enhance their quality of life. OxleyCare also provides special care to clients at the end of life. This is of enormous comfort to both the client and their family.
OxleyCare carers all drive and cook and undertake the normal tasks of the household. They will keep you company as much or as little as you require, shop for you, assist with personal care and medication if necessary, drive you to social occasions and appointments or just for a change of scene - and they will take care of the household animals.
Cornwall is literally the Land’s End; its rugged coast jutting westwards out into the Atlantic. The mild climate, varied coastline and beautiful beaches make it a mecca for holidaymakers on which Cornwall’s economy largely relies. It is bordered to the east by Devon and otherwise surrounded by the sea.
The Cathedral City of Truro is Cornwall’s county town, though St Austell is the larger. Falmouth, Padstow, Penzance and St Ives are port towns while Newquay and Bude on the north coast are popular surfing centres. Redruth and Camborne were centres of the mining industry in the past but are now Cornwall’s largest urban area.
If you require live-in care services in Cornwall or elsewhere in the south of England for any reason, either for yourself or for a member of your family, then Oxley Care can help. You can contact us by calling 01980 846690 or by completing our contact form.