Introductory Live-in Services

For families who wish to have more of a hands on approach to live in care

Like our sister company this service allows your family member to remain at home with a professional live-in carer rather than a residential setting.

What we can help with

  • Respite care for families

  • Holiday companionship for clients

  • Long term care (on a rota system)

  • Convalescence care

Tasks we can help with (the list below is not exhaustive)

  • Running your home
  • Menu planning, shopping and cooking
  • Light domestic tasks
  • Laundry
  • Pet care
  • Socialising
  • Personal Care
  • Manual Handling

Conditions we can offer help with include (this list below is not exhaustive)

  • Cardiac conditions
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Stroke
  • Parkinsons
  • Dementia
  • Neurological conditions
  • Complex Health Care Needs
  • Palliative Care
  • End of Life


  • Family member remains in own home maintaining usual routine
  • Couples can stay together
  • Pets can stay with owner
  • Family regain quality time with their loved one
  • One to one care
  • Often the client regains their social life and can visit friends or family or vice a versa

Our Carers

Our Carers

This service introduces carers who undergo a rigorous recruitment process including

  • in-depth interview, either face to face or via skype or similar, by our recruitment manager and a care manager.
  • Assess oral and written English skills
  • ID verification
  • Three references are obtained and verified as authentic
  • Any training on CV supported by signed certificates
  • Enhances DBS obtained
  • Overseas police check requested if appropriate
  • Hobbies and interests of candidate discussed


  • A professional member of our team will take your enquiry
  • An in-depth conversation will enable us to ascertain the level and cost of care your loved one may need
  • If appropriate a home assessment visit can be offered for a cost of £100
  • We will ask that our registration form is completed and returned
  • From information gathered our team will send profiles of suitable care workers
  • Once both parties are happy to proceed a start date can be agreed and travel arrangements can be made between client and carer
  • Our professional team will remain in contact with client and/or advocate to ensure continuity of care


There are two parts of costs with this introductory service

  • Weekly payment to carer from £595 to £665 for a single client (dependent on care needs of client)
    Weekly payment to the carer from £770 to £875 for a couple depending on care needs of the clients)
    Weekly agency fee of £210 including VAT to enable us to provide this professional service
    One off registration fee of £150

 Incidentals to consider

  • Travel costs to and from the placement
  • Double pay on Bank Holidays
  • Reasonable allowance for food for the carer (we advise a minimum of £40 per week on top of your normal housekeeping)

Contact us today

Do you need some more information about our live-in care service for your loved ones living in Oxfordshire?

Please fill in  the form or contact us and one of our care team will contact you when it is convenient.

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Oxfordshire Live-in Care


My name is Elizabeth Lewis, Registered Nurse and Registered Manager. I have been delivering training & mentoring student nurses & Care Workers, at various stages throughout my extensive career. I feel very passionately about ‘care’ & this has shown through in my eagerness to be responsive to Mumbys’ Homecare Support plus being involved in any way that I can to expand the role of the trainer and improve the care delivery.

I very much enjoy working with Mumbys’ Homecare Support as they really are committed to delivering Person Centred Support/Care that follow very closely the 6 C’s of Care, Communication, Competence, Courage, Commitment, & Compassion.

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Amy Watkins, Care Coordinator

Amy Watkins, Care Coordinator, Mumbys Homecare Support

Care Coordinator

My aim as Care Coordinator is to ensure all aspects of the day-to-day operations run smoothly. My role is to liaise with clients and their families to ensure they are happy and that the care they are receiving from Mumby’s is of the highest quality and meets out Oustanding rating. I also conduct Staff supervisions, Appraisals and spot checks, as well and manage and support our care staff.

My interests outside of work

I enjoy spending time with my partner, friends and family. I also enjoy travelling and seeing new places/countries.