Cancer Care

Empathetic and supportive live-in carers assist your loved one to live well with cancer

Mumby’s Outstanding Live-in Care for Cancer

Coming to terms with a cancer diagnosis can be one of the toughest things a whole family has to face in life. At Mumby’s we understand the emotional and practical challenges that you may be going through. We offer the compassionate care and practical support for you to live a good quality lifestyle in the comfort of your home and surrounded by the people and things you love.

Supporting someone close who is suffering from Cancer

It might be that you need live-in care after a period of cancer treatment or surgery to help with everyday tasks and more involved personal care. You may be looking for respectful palliative care to support your loved one to live the rest of their life in their familiar and comforting home. Mumby’s compassionate live-in carers are trained to give highly personalised and flexible support where it is needed whilst allowing the space that you and your family need.

Our high-quality cancer care helps your loved one to live a peaceful, fulfilled and meaningful life in the comfort of their own home. A Mumby’s one-to-one live-in carer can provide nursing support, symptom management, help around the home, personal care, and companionship and emotional support.

We strive to provide a well-matched carer to help with tasks that are difficult, get the chores done and chat about shared interests or memories that will boost morale.

Our Services

  • Light domestic duties

  • Offering companionship

  • Aid with reading

  • Help with writing letters

  • Organising mail

  • Care for houseplants

  • Outings – social and appointments

  • Support for pets

  • Medication administration

  • Provide reminders/arrange appointments

  • Menu planning/shopping

  • Preparing meals

  • Assistance with eating

  • Monitoring diet and nutrition

  • Personal care/grooming

  • Continence assistance

  • Mobility assistance





Benefits of Cancer Care

  • Improve wellbeing and mental health of a person living with cancer

  • Offers the opportunity to spend quality time together as a family without being the primary carer

  • Helps maintain dignity and independence for you your loved one

  • Monitor pain and administer non-intravenous pain medications

  • A nutritious home-cooked can aid recovery

  • Help stay hydrated, a side effects from chemotherapy and radiation

  • Constant and reassuring companion and privacy when wanted

  • Continue to live with your partner or pets

  • Remain an active member of the community

  • Stay connected to friends, family and neighbours

  • Daily chores taken care of

  • Limiting daily stresses by taking care of household responsibilities

Cost of Cancer live-in care

 Live-in cancer care varies from person to person. The weekly cost of care at Mumby’s is tailored to the specific needs of your loved one, following a free no obligation assessment.  Our inclusive fees mean you won’t lose track of costs and they won’t escalate with add-ons.

Respite Care for Families providing Cancer Care

Mumby’s also offers respite care to allow the primary carer to have some much-needed rest and time to themselves. We understand that as a carer of someone who has cancer, your commitments can become overwhelming, and you need some time to look after yourself.

We offer round the clock short-term respite care to support your loved one with cancer.

Why choose Mumby’s live-in care?


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