Home care, also known as domiciliary care is becoming an increasingly popular option allowing individuals to stay in the familiar surroundings of their own home for longer. Home care can be tailored to individual needs and can be arranged for as little as 30 minutes a week to full time live in care.
If you or a loved one are struggling with daily tasks such as washing, taking medications or meal preparation or if you or a loved one are feeling isolated, home care might be an option to consider.
Home carers provide daily care visits to allow an individual to stay in the familiar surroundings of their own home.FIND OUT MORE
HOME NURSING CARE
Home nursing care is becoming increasingly popular with families. This allows an individual to remain in the comfort of their own home while still receiving the nursing care and support they require.FIND OUT MORE
HOME DEMENTIA CARE
A change in routine or a change to a familiar environment can be daunting for someone with dementia. More families are now turning to home care, so their loved one can stay within the familiar surroundings of their own home.FIND OUT MORE
LIVE IN CARER
A live in carer is a trained individual who lives with you or your loved one at home. It’s an alternative option to residential care allowing the individual to remain at home in a familiar setting with 24-hour care.FIND OUT MORE
Our advisers are available to speak and meet during evenings and weekends and can liaise directly with patients and their family members. We assess and shortlist care options that best meet the patients’ clinical needs and personal preferences. We also advise on fees, government financial thresholds and social services.
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