Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary Care (Care at Home) refers to a range of services put in place to support an individual in their home. It can be a real help for those who want to stay in their home with support. 

The Domiciliary care service  will cater for those with long-term illness and conditions such as learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental ill health. It is designed to enable their recovery or coping with their conditions through the provision of person-centred support and/or care. The service involves a combination of calls-in and live-in options.


We support service users  through:

  • Enabling and supporting
  • Recovery and/or coping skills
  • Re- enablement and recovery (step down services)
  • Access to healthcare and treatments
  • Access to a healthy diet
  • Support to complete activities of daily living
  • Maintenance of independence as much as possible
  • Community enabling to include: support to access to social networks and companionship. Access to leisure and social activities
  • Comfort in situations of end-of-life care.
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