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Lancashire based home care services are in place to help your elderly relatives out with household chores that are starting to become more difficult, such as preparing meals and washing up, to help them keep living at home independently for as long as possible. For the most part, the cost of home care is calculated hourly in Lancashire, at around £27 per hour. This will fluctuate depending on a number of variables, including the type and frequency of home care this is required. Another factor can be your relative’s location within the county; rural areas and small villages will often by more expensive, compared with more populated, urban areas such as Lancaster and Preston. In a full time week – calculated as six hours of care for five days a week – the average home care fees will add up to around £810 per week. If your relative starts to require more care, or their care needs become more complicated, it may be worth looking into live-in care options in Lancashire. Live-in care services provide 24 hour services so you can ensure that your relative is being looked after at all times and averages at around £1,279 per week.

Specialist home care services in Lancashire

Some care companies can provide home carers in Lancashire for people living with specific medical conditions. Find out more below about what specialist care is available across Lancashire for the elderly.

Dementia care in Lancashire

There are 113 home care companies that provide dementia care in Lancashire. These include:

Nursing care in Lancashire

There are 131 Lancashire home care agencies and providers that offer additional in-home nursing care. These include:

Mental health home care in Lancashire

There are 89 companies that can provide Lancashire carers for adults living with mental health issues. These include:

Your questions answered on Lancashire home care services

How many Lancashire home care providers have the highest CQC rating?

5 care at home companies in Lancashire have received a ‘Outstanding’ rating by the CQC. These include:

What companies can also provide live-in care in Lancashire?

21 companies can provide Lancashire live-in care services for the elderly, in addition to domiciliary/day care. These include:

Do any companies offer respite care in Lancashire?

For when you’re in need of a break or the regular carer is unavailable, the following providers offer home respite care in Lancashire:

Can I get help paying for care in Lancashire?

If your parents have savings of £23,250 or higher they won't be eligible for financial help towards the cost of home care in Lancashire. Speak with the local authority in Lancashire to arrange a care needs assessment if their savings are under this threshold.