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Bluebird Care

Live In Care

Live In CareWhen you need continuous care, you may not want the added stress of having to leave familiar surroundings. Bluebird Care gives you the option of high quality care without moving to a care home. Our live in care service offers the reassurance of 24 hour care and support in the comfort of your own home.

We never take a one-size-fits-all approach to care, our customers’ unique needs are considered every step of the way, meaning you stay in control of your care and support at all times. A member of our team will ask what is important about the way you live your life so we can provide the care you want, the way you want it.

Choosing Bluebird Care means:

  • No need to move to a care home

  • A personal service where your unique needs are considered every step of the way, available as and when you need it - day or night

  • Fully trained, compassionate staff who respect your home and your privacy

  • A flexible service, where every day can be different

  • A wide range of care and support– personal care, housework, social activities – you choose

  • A proper introduction to make sure we have found the right person for you

  • Regular follow up from a Bluebird Care manager to check you are happy with our service


Live in care - keeping your familiar friends, family and belongings around you. No upheaval. No stress. No trouble.

Contact your local Bluebird Care office to discuss a live in care and support service for you.

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