Live in care

We Are Live In Care Recruitment Agency


  • Elderly Support

    Quite often the elderly person may still be relatively active but unable to manage alone and therefore want full time care whilst still maintaining their quality of life. Others may have more intensive care needs but understandably wish to remain in the comfort of their own home and been cared for.

  • Mental Health Support

    Mental illness can affect all people of all ages from young children to the elderly. It is different in everyone, and there are many differing causes; some are inherited genetically, whilst others are brought on by lifestyle or events.
    Without the right support and interventions, a mental health illness can prevent individuals from enjoying life.
    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
    Eating Disorders
    Bi-Polar Disorder
    Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD)
    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Palliative Care

    If you’ve been told you may not get better, you might also have heard about palliative care. Palliative care is for people living with a terminal illness where a cure is no longer possible. It’s also for people who have a complex illness and need their symptoms controlled. Although these people usually have an advanced, progressive condition, this isn’t always the case.

    Palliative care aims to treat or manage pain and other physical symptoms. It will also help with any psychological, social or spiritual needs. Palliative care includes caring for people who are nearing the end of life. This is called end of life care.

    The goal of palliative care is to help you and everyone affected by your illness to achieve the best quality of life. You might receive palliative care alongside particular treatments, such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

  • Spinal Injury Support

    Our trained carers are experienced in providing spinal home care for people affected by a variety of injuries including quadriplegia, paraplegia, and tetraplegia. When you choose one of our carers for yourself or a loved one, you can rest assured that you’ll get the best quality spinal cord injury care.

    Our carers will provide specialist nursing care for spinal cord injury patients. You carer can support you with daily tasks as well as medical care so that you can continue to live in the comfort of your own home.

  • Children and Families

    If you’re worried about your child’s general development or wellbeing, including their health, educational or social care needs, and you think they need additional support, speak to their healthcare professional, teacher or nursery worker first. Ask for advice on what to do next, such as getting an assessment of your child’s needs, encouraging them to join a young carers’ group if they have taken on caring responsibilities or going to bereavement counselling if someone close to them has recently died, we're here if you need us to care for your child.

  • Physical Disability

    We provide practical daily support which allows our service users to access as many opportunities as possible. We help people with everything from personal care, through to meal preparation, maintaining a clean and tidy home, through to assistance with managing their finances and correspondence. In addition we help our physically disabled services users to lead an active social life, assisting with travel to and participation in their preferred activities.
    Our support plans are built to accommodate not just the assessed needs of the service user, but also their preferences and aspirations. By identifying each individual’s goals, we can build a care plan which focuses on achieving the specific outcomes a service user needs to live their desired lifestyle. This person-centred approach gives our service users more choice and control over when and how they access the support they need.
    When assigning care workers, we believe that in addition to possessing the requisite skills training, a good care worker will be a real companion. To that end we take the time to learn about the needs, interests and preferences of each of our service users. For adults, this means we seek to forge friendships which will help our service users to pursue their interests and play an active role in their communities. With children, we aim to build relationships based on trust which enable our younger service users to live as fun filled and active a childhood as they are able.

  • Acquired Brain Injury

    At Eenezer Ltd, we provide nursing-led brain injury home care and rehabilitation. In our years as a home care agency, we’ve provided person-centric acquired brain injury care for many individuals with varying severities including traumatic brain injury support, hydrocephalus support, and after stroke care.

  • Learning Disabilities

    We offer care-support through specialist help from the Community Learning Disability Teams to enable adults with a Learning Disability, who live in Derby & Luton to achieve more in their lives. Our aim is to ensure they receive the support they need so that they feel safe, listened to and supported to live the lives they want to. Our service offers:

    A day service provision for adults with learning disabilities provided from Derby and Luton
    Supported Living Services to service users within their own homes
    Social Work and Care Management
    Health care
    Shared Lives service for respite

  • Dementia Care

    We provide specialist dementia care staff in most of our clients’ own homes. We understand the specific challenges faced by people living with dementia – our trained staff are able to provide professional and compassionate support for both our clients’ residents and their loved ones.

  • Autism Care

    Ebenezer Ltd understands that helping someone with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) such as Asperger’s Syndrome can be a challenge. That is why we have developed and provide a range of innovative staff to many different services with our different clients which ensures a quality of life for each individual we support. At Ebenezer Agency, we aim to help those with autism to lead fulfilled, independent lives by providing just the right level of support.

  • Stroke After Care

    Ebenezer Ltd provides nursing-led stroke aftercare services. With these stroke support services we enable you or your loved ones to receive nursing-led care without having to move from the family home. Help for stroke victims doesn’t have to mean being treated in unfamiliar surroundings. In fact, stroke recovery can swiftly improve with the help of your loved ones in familiar surroundings. We’ve provided stroke support for many customers in over two decades as a home care agency.

    Our stroke support workers are experienced in caring for stroke patients at home, affected by large vessel thrombosis, embolic and haemorrhagic strokes, and much more.


Disability Care

Mental Health Care

Elderly Care

Children & Families



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