What is domiciliary care?
Domiciliary care is provided to people who still live in their own homes but require additional support with different areas of their daily schedule, including household tasks, personal care and any other activity that allows them to maintain both their independence and quality of life.
You may be starting to find it difficult to complete different areas of your routine and want some support. Regular home visits, from 30 minutes through to several hours a day, can be arranged to help you with a wide range of everyday tasks, including:
- Personal and continence care
- Managing medication
- Helping to mobilise in and around the home
- Household tasks and meal preparation
Who is domiciliary care for?
Domiciliary care is for anyone who wants to stay at home while receiving the treatment they need. It can be beneficial to people of all ages. This treatment can include recuperation, convalescence, and rehabilitation.
Why choose domiciliary care?
Domiciliary care is for anyone who wants to stay in their own home but may need some extra help with personal care, medication management, household tasks or any other activity.
One of the main benefits of domiciliary care is that it provides a substantial level of support without impacting on your loved one’s independence.