At KDL we are obliged to care, value and put our clients first with compassion, dignity and trust. We have experienced staff who are trained in Health and Social Care. We strive to mentor staff members intensively and keep them motivated no matter the challenges that may arise.
Our Supported living service allows you to live independently and have control over how and when you receive support. We can support you to achieve your goals, such as becoming an active member of your local community.
Our flexible support is tailored to your needs, whether you’re looking for a few hours a week or more. Together, we co-create personalised support plans focusing on your interests, priorities and skills.
Whatever your needs are, we’re here to help. The type of support you receive is controlled by you. From help with personal care needs and managing finances, to finding education, work or leisure activities – you decide!
LIVE IN CARE
Receiving live-in care means that you will have someone else living in your house, much like a housemate or lodger. Using a live-in carer as opposed to residential care means that you have more control over your daily routines while having care and support on hand whenever you need it. Live in care allows you to maintain ownership of your home and stay in a familiar environment. By using live-in care, you can avoid the disruption and stress of moving out of your home and into a care home, which can have a big impact on your mental health and wellbeing.
If you are elderly, it saves you from leaving the place you call home and have spent years collecting memories in. It enables you to retain your lifestyle, as well as keeping your beloved pets. It is important to remember that 24-hour care is a one-to-one service, which means that you will have a very intimate a personal relationship with the person looking after you.
Although the professional carer lives in your home, they are not expected to care 24-hours a day. A typical day may be broken up into work and downtime based around your routines and preferences.