We thank our clients and carers for sharing their stories regarding live in care. We hope you enjoy learning about how live in care may help you or your loved one.
Become our next success story
You may not see a story here which reflects your own situation. Each care journey is personalised and specific to your needs. We manage complex care such as Bi-pap, peg feeding, end of life care to less complex, as demonstrated below. Please call us on 01252850040, if you’d like to tell us your story and discuss how we can help.
Steven’s a successful car dealer and entrepreneur developed dementia in his 60’s. This had a profound effect on his busy hectic life. His desire to remain at home and continue as much of his normal routine, including visiting the pub.
Initially Steven struggled with the intrusion of a live in carer and Ranger Home Care worked with his family to find a solution that worked.
Living with cerebral palsy, Ross was unable to independently complete daily tasks before he had live-in care.
Live-in care enabled him to regain his independence without being limited by his physical constraints.
Switching from a care home, to living in her own home with a carer enabled Nicola to have more control over her own care plan and has given her a new lease of life.
Living with dementia could have denied Evelyn of her many loves, but having a live in carer gives her the freedom to continue enjoying her interests, such as retaining her well-kept garden and staying with her dog.
Ranger Home Care would like you to hear a story about our carer Judith Kachulu. Recognising a stroke and the symptoms can save a life, and this is what Judith was able to do for her client Roger, who suffered a stroke while in her care. Each day Roger follows a...
Living with cerebral palsy as a 25 year old meant that Lorraine was reliant on social services helping her with tasks around the house. She only felt secure with her parents, so trusting a stranger with her care was daunting.
After suffering a stroke, David was left relying on a wheelchair, and only able to digest fluids and soft food. Live-in care enabled him to return home and help with his rehabilitation.