Live-In Nursing for Motor Neurone Disease, MCD and Stroke

Our live-in nurses are trained and experienced in dealing with the challenges and complexities of motor neurone disease (MND). Due to the range of symptoms and outcomes associated with MND, treatment can include a range of highly customised therapies tailored to suit each individual patient.


Having a nurse at home 24-hours a day, offers inestimable relief and reassurance to sufferers and their families. They can assist with medication (including injections and syringe drivers), nutrition and PEG feeds, tracheostomies and suctioning and BIPAP ventilation.


The Benefits of Having a Live-In Nurse for Motor Neurone Disease Care


Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurological condition that affects the brain and nerves. It causes increasing weakness, and managing the symptoms can be challenging. Having a live-in nurse can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals with MND by providing tailored, continuous care in the comfort of their home. Here are some key benefits of opting for live-in nursing care for someone with Motor Neurone Disease:


  1. Personalised Care and Support - A live-in nurse is able to provide personalised care that is specifically tailored to the needs of the individual with MND. As the condition progresses, the medical and personal care needs of the patient can change rapidly. Our live-in nurses are trained to adapt to these changes and provide the necessary adjustments to the care plan, ensuring the patient receives the best possible support at all stages of the disease.
  2. Continuous Monitoring and Quick Response - With MND, the physical condition of the patient can deteriorate quickly. Our live-in nurses ensure continuous monitoring and are on hand to respond immediately to any emergencies or sudden changes in health. This immediate response can be crucial in preventing complications and managing symptoms effectively.
  3. Emotional and Social Support - Living with MND can be isolating for patients, as their mobility and ability to communicate may be impaired. Our live-in nurses provide not just physical care, but also companionship. This emotional support is invaluable, helping to combat feelings of isolation and providing a much-needed social connection.
  4. Expertise in Complex Care Needs - Motor Neurone Disease can cause a range of complex physical and cognitive symptoms. Our live-in nurses are experienced in managing these complexities, including the use of mobility aids, respiratory equipment, and communication technologies. Their expertise ensures that all aspects of care are handled proficiently, from medication management to the use of specialised equipment.
  5. Support for Families - Caring for a loved one with MND can be physically and emotionally taxing for families. A live-in nurse alleviates much of this burden, allowing family members to spend quality time with their loved one, rather than focusing solely on caregiving duties. This support can help maintain a healthier and more sustainable relationship within the family.
  6. Maintaining Independence - One of the most significant benefits of having a live-in nurse is the ability to maintain independence for as long as possible. Live-in nursing helps individuals with MND live at home, in familiar surroundings, and maintain a sense of normalcy in their lives, which is often lost when moving to a care facility.

Opting for live-in care for someone with Motor Neurone Disease not only provides them with the necessary medical support but also enhances their overall well-being by keeping them in a comfortable, familiar environment surrounded by loved ones.