Ida was born in 1919 and in September 2006 decided that if she wished to stay in her own home she would need the support of a live-in care package.
Able Community Care was privileged to be chosen by Ida and since October 2006 we have provided her with a continuous care service.
Ida has two regular fortnightly rotational live-in care workers.
Simon is a gentleman in his 60’s but as a result of an accident in 2002 became tetraplegic. In that year Simon enquired about our Live-in Care Service and in July of that year, he was introduced to his first live-in care worker.
Simon’s carers carry out the domestic work in Simon’s home, help him with his personal care and enable Simon to enjoy his chosen lifestyle.
Simon has two regular, rotational, live-in care workers.
Ann registered with Able Community Care in January 2007. Ann has MS and this meant that she could no longer care for herself or her home.
On the last day of January 2007, Ann was introduced to her first Live-in Carer. This first care worker still carers for Ann on a rotational basis.