Live-in Care in Surrey

The Home County of Surrey is bordered by Hampshire, Sussex, Kent, Berkshire, and Greater London. Its County Town is Guildford with other notable towns including Ewell, Camberley and Farnham. 

Surrey is a county of high down-land giving rise to sparkling streams amongst leafy forest. Box Hill has some of the most ancient woodland in Europe. There is still extensive heathland providing habitat for some of the rarer wildlife of Britain.

Surrey’s proximity to London makes it one of the most affluent of England’s counties and it has attracted many companies who have set up headquarters within the county, including motor manufacturers, electronics companies and pharmaceutical giants.

OxleyCare’s Live-in Care service offers a range of different options, all of which are tailor made to our client’s requirements. Respite Care enables carers and family members to have a temporary break while Companion Care aims to enable the client to retain their autonomy while having the burden of household tasks lifted from them. 

We have specialist care for sufferers of Dementia, which is designed to enhance the quality of life of the client. This maximises their abilities, ensuring their safety, privacy and, crucially, their dignity. This gives their family much appreciated peace of mind. 

Other care we offer includes Post-Operative Care which, in co-operation with their medical team, takes the client from hospital to recovery. We also offer End Of Life Care to enable the client to be sensitively cared for in the warm familiarity of their own home, something that is of great comfort to their family.

Our carers help with all household tasks, including cleaning, cooking, personal care and medication, and caring for pets. If a client wants to go out to visit friends, attend medical appointments or just enjoy a change of scene, then their carer will drive them to where they wish to be.

If you require live-in care services in Surrey for any reason, either for yourself or for a member of your family, then OxleyCare can help. You can contact us by calling 01980 846690 or by completing our contact form.