Southwest Live-In Care is a company run by healthcare professionals that provide the highest standards of care for people who wish to live in their own homes. With over 20 years of combined experience within NHS hospitals, private sector treatment centres, nursing homes and in a clients home Southwest Live-In Care is a company that is built on solid principles and understanding of care needs. Their physiotherapy service is only available in clients’ own homes. Southwest Live-In Care specialises in assisting patients back to their full functional capability following orthopaedic surgery, returning home following a hospital admission and balance or falling concerns. Reablement is a short and intensive service delivered in people’s own homes, which is suitable for people with disabilities and those who are frail or recovering from an illness or injury. The purpose of reablement is to help people who have experienced deterioration in their health and/or have increased support needs to relearn the skills required to keep them safe and independent at home. People using reablement experience greater improvements in physical functioning and improved quality of life compared with using standard home care. Southwest Live-In care can assist with hospital discharge to ensure that a client is safe within their home environment whilst they are recovering from an illness or undergoing rehabilitation following surgery. Southwest Live-In Care can also arrange for equipment to be installed or delivered to a client’s home. Live-In Care can help with the following: companionship, a genuinely friendly caring person when required; personal care; freshly cooked meals – all carers enjoy preparing and cooking meals; housekeeping – including cleaning, washing and ironing; maintaining social activities and hobbies; attending appointments and keeping to a diary; and liaising with family members and health professionals. It supports people with ADHD, anxiety, arthritis, autism, brain injuries, cancer, cerebral palsy, communication impairments, dementia, diabetes, domiciliary care, Down’s syndrome, eating disorders, epilepsy, hearing impairments, heart conditions, learning disabilities, mental health, mobility issues, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinsons, physical disabilities, stress, stroke, and visual impairments.