Waking Nights – during a Waking Night, the trained carer will be awake all night to undertake any care needs that may arise from their client.
A Waking Night may be the best option for you if you or a loved one wakes up several times throughout the night needing support.
For example, you need to change position or go to the toilet every couple of hours; the carer can help perform those tasks, but during the rest of the time the carer can undertake domestic duties such as laundry, cleaning, etc. as necessary.
This nighttime care plan can be adjusted according to your evolving requirements, if you are recovering from an injury and need less support, or if you require more assistance due to a progressive medical condition.
Alternatively, if your care requirements mean you just need someone to be there only in case you need them, then a sleeping night may be the answer. In those circumstances, the carer would need a bed to sleep in and would immediately respond to any requests for assistance.
Can Waking Nights Help?
We understand the quality of sleep you get through the night can seriously affect how you feel the next day – Your health and wellbeing are at the top of our list, which is why our overnight care at home are tailored precisely to your requirements.
Waking Nights can benefit your health and wellbeing in some ways, including the following:
Peace of mind for you and your family
Reassurance for those who lost confidence at night
Support for regular medical needs throughout the night
Better overall health due to unbroken sleep
Comfort for those with progressive conditions such as dementia
Independence in your own home
One-to-one personal care through the night
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