Supreme Out Of Hours Numbers : 07958 691136, 07958493467

Telephone: 0208 221 2909

Fax number: 0208 221 1234

Live In 24 Hours

Live in care allows you or your loved ones to stay at home and enjoy one-to-one full time care on your terms, to your schedule in familiar, relaxed surroundings. Supported by a fully trained Live-in Carer who works to an individually designed care plan, many people find this one-to-one personal home care service ideal.

Domestic services can provide assistance with nutrition, often through basic support tasks like accompanied shopping and helping prepare meals, whilst at the same time helping the individual to retain or regain key skills themselves. Choosing how to handle the care of a loved one in their later years is a difficult decision; you want to do what's best for your family. There is no right or wrong, every family situation is different.

Our aim is to improve people's lives by promoting independence and choice for older people. We provide a range of care, health and housing options. So whatever your needs, we can support you to have a good quality of life.

We provide reliable carers in a variety of situations where it becomes desirable for service users to have 24 hours support in their own homes. It may be for the purpose of having a long-term housekeeper and carer, when families want to proceed on a holiday but require the peace of mind that their loved elderly relations are in safe hands, or for the reasons of regular respite break from active caring duties by a family carer.


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Night Care

Supreme Home Care can offer you a flexible service in respect of caring for you at or through the night:


  • Night duty - awake - this service is for clients who require frequent attention during the night.
  • Night duty - sitting - this service is for clients who may need some attention during the night. Staff will expect only to be called periodically during the night.
  • Night duty - sleeping - this service ensures that the client is not left alone during the night. We do ask that a bed is provided for the carer, who will be expected to sleep.