Live-in Care in Hampshire
Here at Mumby’s, we pride ourselves on providing the finest quality home care available. We believe that live-in home care offers the best way to provide a rich, fulfilling life for those who need extra support.
Choosing live-in care will allow your loved one to stay in their home. Surrounded by their own things and enjoying the routines they are familiar with. Live-in care also offers opportunities to enhance the quality of your loved one’s life. Our carers make it easier for them to get out and enjoy hobbies, days out and social activities.
Why choose Mumby’s live-in care in Hampshire?
At Mumby’s, we treat every person as an individual, including our staff. This means we match the personality of the carer and cared-for to ensure a good relationship develops.
One of the ways we can support this process is by choosing local staff with knowledge of the area. This ensures that your home carer will know all the essential information your loved one will need. Things such as the opening times of the local doctor’s surgery or where to find disabled parking in town.
Our fully trained carers will ensure your loved ones personal, physical and emotional needs are taken care of. They are always on hand to provide companionship, support and reassurance.
As well as this, our carers have a broad knowledge of resources available. Facilities such as local centres or clubs where your loved one can socialise with others. Unique local places to enjoy such as attractions, cafes, cinemas and shopping. Our carers will provide the support your loved one needs to enjoy these experiences. Essentials such as transport, helping with access, companionship and a feeling of security are guaranteed.
We cover the whole of Hampshire including East Hampshire, Hart, New Forest, Test Valley, the boroughs of Basingstoke and Deane, Eastleigh, Fareham, Gosport, Havant and Rushmoor. So wherever you live in Hampshire, you can be sure you’ll have an expert carer on hand to take care of your loved one.
Hampshire has so many wonderful places to visit, including historic cities, a stunning coastline and beautiful countryside. Here are a few of the star attractions you loved one could visit with their Mumby’s home carer.
The historic city of Winchester has so much to offer. You could start with the beautiful Cathedral and then perhaps some shopping in the quaint streets with their many independent shops. The restaurants in Winchester provide a huge variety, and the lively farmer’s market presents the opportunity to bring home something tasty.
Southampton provides a wide variety of activities from restaurants and cafes, to shops and attractions.
Your loved one might enjoy a trip to the Sea City Museum or perhaps a wander around the Tudor House and Garden.
A visit to Portsmouth offers the opportunity to explore the ships at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard or just sit in a café with a lovely sea view. You can also venture into the Royal Armouries at Fort Nelson to explore the fortifications and be awed by the noise of the guns firing. This Victorian Fort has been made accessible with lifts, ramps, provided wheelchairs, adapted toilets and disabled parking.
Other coastal destinations include Southsea with its Victorian Seafront, funfair and pier and castle and the beautifully peaceful harbourside village of Emsworth.
The New Forest is brimming with delights from wild ponies to locally brewed cider. This unspoilt area includes ancient heaths and woodland, pretty villages, and stunning gardens.
Top attractions in the New Forest include the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, with its classic cars from motoring history, and the glorious Exbury gardens with their spectacular woodland, formal and wildflower gardens.
The area has many food options from fine restaurants to cosy tea rooms where you can indulge in a delicious cream tea.
The North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty includes parts of Hampshire as well as Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire.
Whether you are a nature buff, an archaeology enthusiast or just enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, this area will have something for you.
The area has 66 sites of Special Scientific Interest as well as important archaeological sites such as Avebury and Beacon Hill.
This gorgeous museum will allow you to step back into the past, literally, and walk along streets as they once were in Hampshire. You can even buy a ration book and use it to buy sweets in the 1940’s sweetshop. The museum also has a traditional pub where you can stop for some refreshment.
For literary enthusiasts and romantics alike, a visit to Jane Austen’s house is a real treat. You can see the very desk where she wrote and revised her work. The museum also has some poignant artefacts including letters written by her, her jewellery and first editions of her books.
Hampshire Care Resources
The Royal Voluntary Service run a wide of range of activities including lunch clubs for older people in community centres and cafes across Hampshire.
OPAL is a free scheme run by Age Concern Hampshire. It helps older people in Hampshire to find out about local activities and services.
Sporting Memories Clubs are open to anyone over 50 who enjoys reminiscing about their experiences of watching or playing sport. They take place each week in friendly, welcoming environments and there are clubs in Andover, Winchester, Chandlers Ford and Southampton.
If you would like more information about what we at Mumby’s can offer, please contact us & call us on 0800 505 3511 to talk through your situation with one of our experienced advisers.