Elderly Care Worthing

We Provide you the best Elderly Care in Worthing


It’s becoming more and more common for people to want to stay in their homes as they age, which is also known as “ageing in place.” Choosing Care In My Home for elderly care means you are choosing a fully regulated and licensed service that is managed from start to finish by our home care experts in Worthing. With elder care services, your loved one can stay in the comfort of their own familiar home while still receiving assistance, ensuring their safety, health, and happiness.


By listening and getting to know you, we match you with an aged carer who suits your way of life so you or your loved one can stay at home. Whether it’s for extra help around the house, avoiding falls, ensuring home safety, providing companionship for elderly people or specific nursing support, one of our expertly trained carers can move in with all the assurances you need to support your independent living.

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We may be able to help you if you have an illness or any kind of injury which causes you difficulties managing with your normal daily routines. You may have been recently discharged from hospital and are finding it hard to manage everything. Or you may be living alone and require a little help. Or You may be a carer for a sick or vulnerable relative. Care In My Home can help by assisting at times you need the help, be it for short or longer periods.


Not only does living alone make elderly people more likely to live with depression, but they are also more likely to have a higher risk of dementia and mortality. That’s why we’ll create a customised elder care plan for each client; not only can we provide many care services, we also bring companionship to each of our clients. We believe in building strong, trusted relationships for the best results.

Six reasons to choose us

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Our business is built around the amazing work our carers do every day. We are pocket-friendly to our clients, and we are more affordable than you might think.

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Better Relationship

Arranging elderly carers or aged carers for your loved one will enable them to continue living independently where they feel safe and comfortable. Our team is always there to help them.

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Our team is available for our clients whenever they think of us. Our carers can assist you with personal aged care, domestic help, emotional support and general assistance with other tasks.

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Expert Advice

If you ever need a spot of advice about your circumstances, our expert advisors are only a phone call away. All care packages are person-centred driven, delivering one to one care and support.

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Our team provides a much better service than what you would receive from somewhere else. From our team, you can get the right level of care service.

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Rated 5/5 by our clients

Not all elderly carers provide regulated services, but we ensure that we manage our clients care. We ask them for giving us the feedback on the service they received from us and we consistently score 5 out of 5 stars.

Elderly Care – Quality at home

What is Elderly care Or Aged care?

Elderly care or aged care involves dedicated support for an older person who wishes to continue living in their own home. It may involve housekeeping services, cooking meals, personal care, domiciliary care, administering medication, simply companionship, any sort of support or something else.


We provide the extra reassurance that someone is always there to support and help you to live independently. Especially, for someone who is suffering from dementia, this extra support within the home environment can be priceless in maintaining routines and living with a degree of independence. 

How elderly care make a difference?

Like with all quality care, a special focus on independence is essential when assisting an older person at home. Rather than taking over on tasks, your dedicated carer will help you in your daily routine. You’ll also have the peace of mind that someone is there to support you if there is an accident or sudden emergency. Your carer will be exactly matched to you. They will be someone whom you feel most comfortable with and build up easy compatibility.  You may find them as a good source of emotional support and a trusted companion.

What type of conditions can elderly care help with?

Elderly home care comes in a different range of shapes and sizes. With many flexible choices, you can choose the level of support you need for when you need it most. Our team provides care for various situations and needs as we cover Alzheimer’s care, Live-in care, Complex care, Diabetes care, Multiple sclerosis care, Parkinson’s care, and Respite care and Palliative care. This list is not exhaustive and we can provide support for many conditions.

Key features included in elderly care service

  • Empathy
  • Professionalism
  • Personal security
  • Safety
  • Health care
  • Self-actualisation


  • Careinmyhome helped my mother stay at home rather than the care home as this was her preference. The carer they introduced me to was such a nice lady who went out of her way for my mother.
  • Careinmyhome helped my mother stay at home rather than the care home as this was her preference. The carer they introduced me to was such a nice lady who went out of her way for my mother.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Elderly Care

What is elderly care at home?

With a huge increase in the ageing population, it is important to establish the most appropriate form of care on an individual basis. There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution, and most of us will at some point be faced with helping to make important life decisions, in conjunction with our loved ones, as elder members of our families begin to need assistance in all sorts of little ways.

Where is Care In My Home at home’s services available?

As quickly as you need them. Our team provides reliable, compassionate, affordable carers on your timeframe, according to your needs.

What if I’m not living in my house? Can I still obtain your services?

Yes, our services can be provided at hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities or your home. Where and how you receive services is all up to you.

How are carers selected by you?

All our carers are first and foremost compassionate and dedicated to their work. Also, every carer goes through a seven-step screening process, which includes criminal and abuse background investigations.

Can I choose my caregiver?

You’re in control of who cares for you. We always advise you to have a special face-to-face interview with your potential caregiver. If for any reason that person doesn’t meet your expectations, a simple call to the office is all that’s needed to make a carer change. We strive for 100-per cent client satisfaction.

What happens in an emergency?

Care In My Home resolve remains faithful to be there when you need us. Our 24-hour on-call personnel are ready to promptly provide that emergency replacement whenever the need arises.

How much do your in-home care services cost?

Our service fees vary from location to location. With our dedication to high-quality, affordable care, our live-in rates are generally half of what many other organisations are charging for their services. Please contact the Care In My Home at the Home office nearest you for an exact price quote.

Does Medication cover elderly home care?

We come alongside the medication to deliver any long-term custodial care that may be needed. We also provide the necessary assistance required for you or your loved one to remain at your home.

How do I get to know if my loved one needs memory care?

Memory loss is never easy for those suffering from it or their families. If you find yourself constantly worrying about your loved one or their memory loss is interfering with their ability to complete daily activities, it is likely time to begin considering the possibility of memory care. Depending on your situation, there are many options available for the different types of care that your loved one needs.

Can an elderly care home provide for someone diagnosed with dementia?

We can also provide a carer for your loved one with ‘mild’ dementia. If we admit a client whose health declines to be in the scope of advanced dementia or nursing, we will try to meet their needs and maintain the care for any such individual for as long as we can, together with the help and support of outside specialists or professional bodies.

How can my carer deal with my family member’s challenging behaviours without losing patience?

People with cognitive impairment may exhibit a range of frustrating behavioural problems. Common causes of cognitive impairment include Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, brain injury, brain tumour or HIV-associated dementia. We provide proper care consultation, caregiver training and classes, supportive services for families, and funding for dementia research.

How can I make a complaint about a family member's care?

If your loved one lives at their home, and you are concerned that their health or safety is at risk because they are unable to meet their own needs or because you suspect that they are a victim of abuse, neglect or exploitation, then you should call us. We will investigate reports of abuse of older adults and adults with disabilities and arrange for services such as advocacy, counselling, and money management.

What areas do we cover?

We offer elderly care services in areas of Worthing, West Sussex, Chichester & Bognor Regis coverage with local care offices to ensure a responsive service that is accessible to all.

What is the comparison in cost between moving into a facility and remaining home?

With the average cost of facility care, in the beginning, many have found our services to be far more cost-effective than moving into a facility. Cost comparisons will vary from place to place. Get in touch with us, and we’ll help you to find the best solution according to your financial and health-care needs.