If you, or a loved one are of advanced age, or find performing everyday tasks difficult due to an illness, injury or disability; our home care visits can provide the extra support needed to live independently at home.
The benefits of domiciliary care can be far reaching. By helping out with tasks, such as dressing, cooking and domestic chores - our carers can make your daily routine that much easier. Visiting care doesn’t just provide assistance, it can also improve self-esteem by increasing independence and reducing your reliance on relatives.Find Branch
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Domiciliary care can also prevent or delay an unwanted move into residential care, allowing you to remain living in the comfort of your own home and community as you wish.
By employing a personalised approach we ensure each customer's privacy and dignity is retained at all times, and that the time spent during visits is fully supportive and 100% positive. We understand that friendship and companionship is a vital part of providing quality care; so our carers always take the time to get to know their customers, building meaningful relationships, so they can fully understand your needs.
Organising home visits
Domiciliary care can also provide peace of mind for relatives whose loved ones require extra support. The knowledge that a friendly face will be visiting your relative on a regular basis offers that much needed reassurance that their well being is being cared for. We will also ensure to provide regular updates on your relation's progress - something which is vital if you're living at a distance and find it difficult to monitor their health and well-being as much as you'd like.
Many people combine some practical home help with some personal home care as often, it is both that are needed.
Our domiciliary care services
Domiciliary care involves both personal care and help with domestic chores. Visits can range from the occasional hour, to more involved specialist care.
Our personal home care service offers assistance with people’s daily routines. Including support with washing, medication and dressing. Where the dignity and comfort of the client is made a priority at all times.
Our practical home help provides assistance with everyday domestic tasks, such as cleaning, cooking and grocery shopping. As well as assisting clients with outings and social occasions. We understand that often, it is not just help at home that is needed but also friendship and companionship.
”"I would just like to say that my Mother received the most tremendous care from your ladies. The girls who came to care for my Mum were always so caring and jolly. I would be grateful if you would pass on my thanks and good wishes to them all."Lisa EvansNorthampton
Practical home help
- Vacuuming the home or cleaning floors
- Tidying and dusting
- General cleaning or one off cleaning tasks
- Preparing and cooking meals
- Doing the washing up
- Going to the shops with you, or for you
- Support with managing household bills
- Assistance with managing medicines
- Pet care like feeding, walking the dog, or cleaning pet homes and toilets
- Help with arranging and planning a trip out
- Visits to friends and family
- Help with social activities like attending a local coffee morning, social clubs, bingo, or the cinema
Personal home care includes
Our personal home care services support the elderly and frail, physically disabled, learning disabled, or those with mental health illness.
- Getting out of bed in the morning
- Help with washing and dressing
- Assistance with maintaining personal appearance
- Help and support with toileting/incontinence
- Getting settled in for the evening and going to bed
- Encouraging independence and confidence in being independent
- Personalised service
Get In Touch Today
If you would like a chat, or more information about our home care for the elderly, you can contact your local Carewatch team by using our branch finder, to discuss your requirements at a time that suits you.Find A Branch