About Veritas Live in care.
Veritas live in care is a family-owned business that has grown through word of mouth and personal recommendations. Our company specialises in providing high quality, low-cost live in care solutions from Central Europe to Germany Austria, Switzerland, Ireland and UK.
Our recruitment network is built from wide range of approved business partners across Central Europe. We deliver low-cost, quality live in care services which are ideally suited to UK customers. Our extensive database contains over 20,000 candidates.
Each year, we place over 3,000 caregivers with our patients. We have served over 17,000 customers and employ over 1,400 caregivers at any given time.
Veritas Group: Opieka Veritas Sp. z o.o., Veritas DP Sp. z o.o., Veritas UK Sp. z o.o., Veritas Care Ltd (UK), Helping Heroes Ltd (UK)
Live-in care is when a carer lives in their client’s home to enable their needs to be met. Carer is available to help your relative throughout the day and at night. Carers from our live in care agency spend all their time with people who needs full time home care. Live-in care is an increasingly popular alternative to an elderly care in a care home. It enables them to stay in their own home with carer that meet their specific needs.
Eldery home care
A carer of older people is a person who deals with elderly people, helping them in their daily lives. The scope of caregivers’ duties varies widely, depending on the state of health and capabilities of older people, as well as on the place of employment where the live in carer will stay.
The most common tasks of the caregiver include helping to maintain the personal hygiene of the patient (washing, combing, dressing), feeding and administering medications. In the case of sick or disabled people, the carer may also be responsible for administering medicines, changing dressings, and rehabilitating. They then monitor the patient’s health condition on an ongoing basis.
Other duty of caregiver is often to help keep the house clean (tidying , washing dishes, washing, changing bed linen) or assisting with the performance of household duties (cooking, shopping). The live in carer may also deal with arranging various matters outside the home (preparation of prescriptions, payment of bills, organizing transport).
Very often the live in care involves helping to organize free time for the elderly person. Most often, the carer chooses such activities that can enable the older person to improve their physical fitness and become more independent.
The caregiver tasks also include helping the mentee’s family: providing information on the proper care of the elderly, nutrition, ways to facilitate daily care.
People interested in working in the care sector can find employment in social care homes, hospices, palliative care centers, and self-help homes. They can also be hired to help people in need.
The basic prerequisite for candidates to work as a live in carer is the willingness to take care of another person. Most often this help is required by people who are in a state of health that doesn’t allow them to perform their daily activities and care for their own hygiene, that’s why patrons are expected to be very patient, empathetic, gentle and understanding the needs of other person.