We understand those living with neurological disorders that affect a person’s quality of life and we know it can be difficult to find the right carer they need alone, we can help. A person living with a Neurological disorder is likely to need support and care in a variety of ways.

What Neurological care services can we provide?

We can offer to find the right live-in care services for those with a Neurological disorder. Our network of known highly experienced and vetted live-in carers understand how to care for those living with neurological disorders at home, around the clock on a short or long-term basis. From being there to support a person with the daily tasks of living that they struggle with alone, accompaniment to hospital and doctor appointments or simply being there for company and conversation.

Why choose Neurological live-in care?

We understand the importance of constant, consistent, reliable care for those living with a neurological disorder. That’s why we offer to find you 24-hour carers who will work 7 days a week. Here are some of the benefits your loved one will receive by choosing our Neurological care-finding service:

  • Independence. You stay in control over your own life for longer at home and you are in charge of the carer
  • 24/7 care and support from professional carers
  • Routines are easier to establish as a person already feels at home
  • Maintain relationships and family life – family and friends can visit freely – which can help maintain a healthy mood and state of mind
  • Keep up with hobbies, interests and clubs
  • Living in a care home causes stress and confusion. Private homecare can provide reassurance and comfort to a person living with a neurological disorder as they can stay in their own home.
  • Continuity of Care – you can book the same carer who knows you well. If you are both happy then we are too.

Neurological disorders that we can help find your carers for (including but not limited) to:

ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Alzheimer’s disease
Bell’s palsy
Brain injury and trauma
Cerebral palsy
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Guillain-Barré syndrome
Mental Health issues (including severe depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders)
Multiple sclerosis
Muscular dystrophy
Parkinson’s disease
Spinal cord injury

Arrange home care today in 3 easy steps

Do you want to find out more about home care? If you’re thinking about live-in care at home – we’re happy to talk things through with you. It really is that simple.


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1) Call our friendly care team

If you think care in your own home may be the right option for you, call our friendly team today on 0330 0535014. You can also email us to arrange for someone to call you back at a time convenient for you.


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2) Talk to an expert

A Customer Care Partner will discuss your care requirements and the type of live-in carer you’re looking to employ.


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3) Choose the right Carer

We’ll source a selection of live-in carers which we feel most accurately suit your requirements. We will then send you a profile of each carer and you decide who you want to help.



Neurological care is specialised support for individuals with conditions affecting the nervous system, such as Parkinson's, dementia, or strokes. Live-in care provides tailored assistance within the comfort of home, ensuring personalised attention, familiarity, and continuity of care, promoting independence and enhancing overall quality of life.
The top three neurological disorders include Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and multiple sclerosis.
A live-in carer offers tailored support for individuals with neurological conditions, ensuring they receive consistent, personalised care in the comfort of their own home. From assistance with daily activities to medication management and emotional support, live-in carers provide comprehensive care, promoting independence and enhancing quality of life.
Neurological care is crucial for individuals with conditions like dementia, Parkinson's, or strokes. Live-in care ensures continuous support tailored to their specific needs, promoting comfort and independence in familiar surroundings. It offers round-the-clock monitoring, medication management, and personalised assistance, enhancing overall quality of life and peace of mind for both the individual and their loved ones.
The most common neurological cause of death is dementia, specifically Alzheimer's disease. This progressive condition affects the brain and can lead to memory loss, difficulty with daily tasks, and ultimately, death. Live-in care can provide specialised support for individuals with dementia, allowing them to remain in the comfort of their own home while receiving personalised care and assistance. This can greatly improve their quality of life and provide peace of mind for their loved ones.
Neurological conditions can greatly impact an individual's daily life and require specialized care. Some of the most common conditions that require care include Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and stroke. These conditions can cause physical and cognitive impairments, making it difficult for individuals to live independently.