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Lifted is dedicated to providing the best quality care service to people in their own home.

We offer our services 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Bank, making us a great option if your loved one would like to stay at home rather than a conventional care home.

We can help as much or as little as you need, from assistance with the daily routine to more specific round the clock support for people that need a greater level of care.

Our Carers

At Lifted we provide carers to come to you in your own home, offering a great alternative to traditional care homes

Our Carers

At Lifted we provide carers to come to you in your own home, offering a great alternative to traditional care homes

All Lifted carers are selected following a thorough recruitment process, with only 2% of applicants making it through.

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We perform multiple interviews and review professional references and conduct background checks to ensure that they are ready to support our clients.

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We will provide you with carers who live in or around Bank so they are familiar with the local area.

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Home Care in Bank

With our home care support, we can help your loved one to be safe and happy in their own home in Bank. Before we get started, we will discuss your family’s requirements, we then create a tailored care plan to meet your needs. This can range from assistance with meal preparation, continence care, personal hygiene, medication management, and much more.

Home Care in Bank

With our home care support, we can help your loved one to be safe and happy in their own home in Bank.

Before we get started, we will discuss your family’s requirements, we then create a tailored care plan to meet your needs. This can range from assistance with meal preparation, continence care, personal hygiene, medication management, and much more.

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Hourly Homecare 

With hourly care you can get peace of mind through instant updates on your phone while your Carer provides help in the hours you need it most. We offer a minimum of one hour of home care every week for a period of one month or longer to ensure we can offer the best, personalised support.

You can receive hourly care as and when you need it from a friendly, professional caregiver. In addition to helping those with Parkinson’s, dementia, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, post-stroke care, skin conditions, PSP, multiple sclerosis and diabetes, our Carers have experience supporting people with a wide range of conditions. Get in touch to speak to us about how we can help.

Depending on your care needs, we’ll tailor a plan just for you. Assisting with washing and dressing, personal hygiene, going to the bathroom, preparing meals, moving around safely and reminding them to take their medications are some examples. At Lifted, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible hourly care for you or your loved one

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Live-in Care 

With live-in care, our carers will live with your loved one and offer constant support, reassurance and companionship 24 hours a day. They can provide as much assistance as your loved one needs, from help with the day-to-day routine to more intensive support for people with more complex needs – Lifted carers are ready to take care of everything.

5 ways we can help care for your loved one

Personal care

Our carer team will support your loved one with their personal care including getting dressed, bathing and going to the toilet.

Medication reminders

All Lifted carers are experienced with managing and administering prescription medication, at all levels.

Nutrition

To help your loved one to be healthy, Lifted carers will plan and manage the weekly shopping and prepare nutritious home-cooked meals.

Keeping active

We know how vital staying active is for people in care to be healthy and happy. Our carers will help your loved one to do this by taking relaxing walks or exercise routines in the home.

Household help

Lifted carers don’t just provide first class personal support, they also take care of the housekeeping tasks including cleaning, tidying and doing laundry. We make sure your loved one lives in a safe and hygienic environment.

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Companion Care

Our carers not only provide practical assistance and support to your loved one, but they also offer them companionship. We know this is important to reduce feelings of loneliness, from a simple smile to friendly conversation, our carers are there for your loved one.

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FAQ’s in Bank

What different care schedules do Lifted offer?

Lifted only offers personalised care and support schedules. You can select from hourly care or live-in care depending on your family’s needs. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you.

Why should I choose Lifted to look after my loved ones?

At Lifted, our primary mission is to improve the standard of home care for families, their loved ones and for carers. Our award-winning platform offers transparency and control over your loved one’s care. You can use our mobile app to discover what your loved one enjoys doing and communicate with your carer to tailor the care your loved one receives. 

Is Lifted regulated by the Care Quality Commission?

Lifted is fully regulated and audited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This means we follow their strict set of regulations and guidelines to ensure we provide the highest standards of care.

Are Lifted Carers employed?

Yes, Lifted carers are employed and supported by us, and we pay them the London living wage for hourly care.

Will the Carer have experience with my loved one’s particular health condition?

Our carers are fully trained and experienced supporting clients who are living with a wide range of health conditions including Parkinson’s disease, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, post stroke care, skin conditions, PSP, multiple sclerosis and diabetes. We will make sure that your carer has the skills to support your loved one and their health conditions and if required, they will receive additional training before starting to care for your loved one.

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