Overnight Care With Red Rose Care
Red Rose Care is a Lancashire-based home care provider. We offer an overnight wake-in service and an overnight sleep-in service. These bespoke overnight stays are fully tailored to the individual’s needs and preferences.
Our highly-trained, nurse-led team includes a range of kind and compassionate individuals that are experienced in providing dignified and respectful care. Aside from overnight care, we also offer live-in care.
Get In Touch
For experienced and trustworthy overnight care at home that is tailored to you or your loved one, get in touch. Our Office Team is always available to chat and answer any questions you may have. The office is open Mon-Fri 9am- 5pm (but we care 24/7).
Tel: 01772 963 740
Email: [email protected]
When Will I Need Overnight Care?
Overnight care can provide respite for someone who cares for their loved one around the clock. If you need to catch up on your rest, or you have other commitments that mean you can’t spend the night caring for your loved one, an overnight carer provides peace of mind to you and your loved one.
You know they are in the best of hands are will receive the care they need, no matter what time of night or day. Overnight care is also suitable if someone feels uncomfortable, lonely or unsafe when left alone. Or if someone has returned home from the hospital and may need additional care and support through the night whilst they recover.
Overnight care gives you access to skilled caring professionals during the night. An overnight carer will arrive in the evening and stay at the home to care for you or your loved one until the early morning.
Overnight care is popular for elderly people, people with an ongoing illness or people suffering from dementia. Depending on your preferences, there are two types of overnight care available; waking night care and sleeping night care.
Waking Night Care Or Sleeping Night Care?
With waking night care, the overnight carer will arrive late evening and stay awake throughout the night. This allows them to keep a close eye on the individual in their care and provide through-the-night care.
For an individual who has dementia and spends the night time agitated, getting in and out of bed and wandering the house, waking night care is an ideal option.
With sleeping night care, the overnight carer will arrive in the evening and can sleep throughout the night but will wake at intervals to provide care or when called upon. This type of care is ideal if the individual generally settles and sleeps through the night by may wake to use the bathroom.