Live-in care and brain injury

The more severe the brain injury, the more pronounced the long-term effects are likely to be. Survivors of more severe brain injury are likely to have complex long-term problems affecting their personality, their relationships and their ability to lead an independent life.

Live-in care for people living with a brain injury means that the client can continue to live as independently as is possible in their own home and continue to enjoy regular activities, like going to the gym, meeting up with friends, gardening, going out for walks or going to the


Is Live-in care suitable for people with a brain injury?

With a live-in carer, you get one-to-one, round the clock support. We will match you to a carer who is suitable for you and has the same interests. It is important to us that you have the right match, as this will aid in supporting your

“I’ve got a brilliant person who looks after me. They take me to the gym, shopping and to appointments. Having a live in carer allows me to do my own things. I like having him, He is brilliant”. Stephen Noble Live-in Care client