Domiciliary care 

Domiciliary care provision is for people who live in their own homes and also require additional support with personal care, household tasks, or any other activity that allows them to maintain their independence and quality of life. Anyone at any stage of life could require domiciliary care including those with learning disabilities, mental health problems, sensory impairment or physical disabilities. 

Domiciliary care designed around you 

Everyone is different, and your specific care requirements are as individual as you are. We work with you to tailor a care package that is specific to your needs and to provide you with exactly the right support. 

Domiciliary care provision 

Assistance with personal care in the home such as washing, bathing and dressing 
Household administrative assistance such as banking, bill paying, arranging for repairs or maintenance 
Everyday household chores, including pet care, cooking and household tasks 
Meal planning, food shopping and cooking 
Respite care for relatives and loved ones 
Trips out to the hairdresser, church, family events, doctors appointments 
Post operation or hospital treatment care 

When to consider domiciliary care 

You or your relative might wish to consider domiciliary care, either through a home care agency or home help services, if: 
 
You or they are finding it difficult to cope with daily routines, such as washing, dressing or getting out and about 
You or they prefer not to move into sheltered housing or a care home 
Your or their property still meets their needs and is suitable and safe for them to live in (or can be adapted to suit). 
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