Support at night can be a hard thing to find. It seems that very few companies provide this service but there is a market for it.
There are different types of night care that are affected by the client’s level of need. Sleep-in care require a carer to sleep at the client’s property overnight but they can be disturbed during the night for a short duration of time on no more than 2 occasions. An alternative is wake-in care that requires the carer to be awake throughout the night. This would usually only be required by a client with extensive needs.