Live-in care from just £780, including agency fees

A live-in carer is someone who comes to live in your own home to care for an elderly, sick or disabled person. They are fully trained with the relevant qualifications to enable them to carry out their duties and provide quality live-in or respite care to the highest standards.

Live-in & respite covers:

"Long-term" when permanent help is needed if the client is too infirm, sick, mentally unstable or disabled to look after themselves or be cared for by a loved one.

"Short-term" when temporary help is needed for convalescence, returning home from hospital or to enable a family member or other carer to have a break.

Our care services provide:

"Companionship" the reassurance that someone is always there

"Personal care" providing help with washing, bathing, toileting, dressing, getting up and going to bed, administering medications, transferring from bed to chair, urine testing and catheter care

"Domestic help" someone to do the shopping, cooking, laundry, ironing, cleaning and odd jobs

Who might need a live-in carer?

There are many instances in which someone may need live-in care, here are some of them:

  • Dementia - Vascular dementia & Alzheimers
  • Stroke
  • Parkinson
  • Frailty
  • Fractures
  • Cancer
  • Frequent falls
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Motor neurone disease
  • Cerebral palsy

Professional live-in care from just £780, including agency fees

Call 020 8500 4666

What can you expect from Hilary's Agency?

We have over 30 years experience in providing a high-quality 24-hour live-in care service and are committed to helping those who are unable to care for themselves to live a longer and happier life in the comfort of their own home. We only recruit experienced, qualified and dedicated carers. All our carers are interviewed by the agency, all references and qualifications are thoroughly checked and, if the applicant is not a UK or EU citizen, their right to work in the UK is confirmed. Every carer is also checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly the Criminal Records Bureau).

We will provide cover when your regular carer is on annual leave or unable to attend work. We can also provide advice to help you find out what benefits and financial support you might be entitled to. You may find the following websites useful:


How much does a carer cost?

We provide a live-in carer for seven days a week from just £780, including agency fees.