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Live-in Care
Trial

We know you want to choose the best care for your elderly parent that meets their wishes and needs.

Outstanding
Live-in Care

Whether you are unsure if live-in care is the right option for your loved one or you are looking to arrange care at speed, our live-in care trial helps make the decision-making easier and provides quick access to care.

You and your loved one have the chance to try our outstanding live-in care service for two weeks. See how it all works without any long-term commitment.

Plan for if the need arises

We often speak to family members who are propelled into making hurried decisions about their elderly parent’s care. This is usually after a fall or a visit where it becomes apparent that their loved one now needs extra support.

By trialling live-in care, you and your loved one can enjoy high-quality and tailored care that is delivered at short notice and for a trial period. This buys you some time to make a more considered care decision. Whatsmore, it also reassures you that your loved one is safe and well cared for.

Experiencing live-in care, helps you make a more informed decision.

Why Give
Mumby's a Trial?

A care decision based on your loved one’s wishes, health and wellbeing

According to the Better at Home Report commissioned by the Live-in Care Hub, recent research shows that 97% of people would rather stay at home if they become frail or unwell.

They have further research that confirms health and wellbeing is higher for people who stay in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes.

You can rest assured that your loved one will receive personalised, outstanding, and award-winning care with Mumby’s based on improving their quality of life and wellbeing. 

How to set up your Live-in Care trial

Contact our friendly and experienced care team and let us know about you and your loved one’s care needs, preferences and concerns.

We will arrange a FREE no-obligation care assessment of your loved one’s care needs. We provide detailed care plan and clear information on the cost of care and support on funding that may be applicable.