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Domiciliary care

Quality care in your own home

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Domiciliary care, often known as home care, is offered to persons who live in their own homes but require additional assistance with daily activities. A professional caregiver will come to your home to help you with everyday duties like light housekeeping, personal care, meal preparation and cooking, or any other activity that will allow you to maintain your independence and quality of life. Home care also allows a family caregiver who is caring for a loved one to take a much-needed break.

Domiciliary care agencies can arrange for a carer to visit you once, twice or three or more times a day from 15 minutes to an hour depending on your care and support needs.

Who is Domiciliary Care for?

Domiciliary care is for anyone who wishes to stay in the comfort of their own home and receive the care and support they require to lead an independent life. This could be after an operation or you now require support with everyday activities like getting out of bed, getting dressed or you need someone to help manage your medication.

What does Domiciliary Care include?

Domiciliary Carers from domiciliary care agencies provide the following services to enable you to live comfortably in your own home:

Personal Care
Personal care is a broad term that refers to a variety of actions that assist you in maintaining your personal hygiene and appearance, such as washing, clothing, grooming, and toileting.
Mobility Support
The visiting carer will ensure you regularly mobilise at certain times during the day if mobility is an issue and prevents safe movement around the home.
Convalescence Care
If you require support after hospital treatment or an operation, for example following a hip replacement, carers can provide convalescence care in your own home.
Meal Planning
Carers will prepare meals and where time allows cook for you, to ensure you get your meals at regular times during the day. If they do not visit at every mealtime, they will prepare in advance food for you to simply put in a microwave.
Medication Admistration
The carer will support you with administering medications to ensure you keep on top of your routine.
Household Support
A carer will help with domestic tasks to ensure you keep on top of your cleaning regime.

Who is domiciliary care for?

Domiciliary care is for anyone who prefers to remain at home while receiving medical treatment. People of all ages can benefit from this form of therapy. This treatment may entail, among other things, recuperation, convalescence, and rehabilitation.

If you or a loved one needs support at home.
Call us today to find out how we can support you.

How to arrange Domiciliary Care

We try to make arranging care simple and stress-free so that we can focus on what really matters: your care needs. Speak to our team today to begin your journey.
Speak to our team

Call our team of experts on 01234 261366 to talk through your options and any questions you may have regarding your care.

Free Assessment

A member of our qualified care team will then visit you at home to discuss your requirements and learn about the type of care you’re after.

Begin Care

Provided you want to go ahead with us, We’ll ensure you have the right care and support in place that fits around your requirements.