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Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary Care Services In Hampshire

Providing the best standard of care whenever you need it

Domiciliary Care, or ‘visiting care’, is a unique form of care service that takes place in the client’s home.

Domiciliary care is all about the individual. It’s your home, so we want to fit around your needs and what suits you, and not the other way around. Whatever your unique requirements are, our friendly care assistants will go the extra mile to make each person feel comfortable and safe, giving you peace of mind and keeping life as normal as possible.

Why choose our domiciliary care services?

Domiciliary care is ideal for people who need care assistance but still want to maintain independence and stay in familiar surroundings. Our clients favour domiciliary care as it allows them to remain in their own homes, surrounded by their belongings and family members.

Our Services

Home Help visits

Home help provides you with support to keep on top of daily household tasks and general housekeeping so that your home environment remains clean, safe and as you like it.

Our home help services can include:

  • Meal preparation
  • Dusting
  • Hoovering
  • Emptying & taking out the bins
  • Support with pets
  • Laundry & ironing
  • Changing beds and linen
  • Daily tidying & washing up

Companionship visits

Companionship care aims to alleviate loneliness and reduce isolation, and this can be as simple as having our carer visit to share a chat and cup of tea with you. Our carers can also help with the following:

  • Take you out to do shopping
  • Arrange & accompany you to appointments, events, social occasions and outings
  • Participate in new hobbies and the interests and pastimes you enjoy

Personal Care visits

Whether you need minimal assistance or full support, our trusted carers are available to help with your personal routines and hygiene, including:

  • Washing, bed washes, having a shower, or bathing
  • Oral hygiene
  • Personal grooming, including shaving
  • Toilet assistance and incontinence care
  • Dressing and undressing
  • Applying creams and lotions
  • Support with mobility and the use of mobility equipment

Visits to assist with morning and evening routines

Having an extra bit of support with your morning and evening routine, as follows, can make a huge difference to your day:

  • Personal care
  • Assisting you in and out of bed
  • Support with your morning and evening personal care needs
  • Checking your home is safe and secure at night, including closing your curtains, making sure windows are closed, and doors are locked
  • Administration of medication

Managing medication

Taking medication correctly is very important, and our carers are fully trained to safely manage, monitor and administer your medication during their visits.

Meal preparation

Practical support with meal preparation and cooking

Overnight sleep-ins for night support

An overnight support service suitable for those who may need assistance only once or twice during the night; the carer will sleep overnight in your home and be on hand to support you on these occasions.

Waking night support

For those needing more comprehensive night support, you will benefit from having a Carer in your home from 10 pm to 7 am on hand to support you.

Respite Care

Respite care is the ideal option for when you find yourself needing support that you do not usually require, and most often, we are asked to provide respite for the following reasons:

  • When support is needed on discharge from the hospital
  • Post-operative support at home
  • Unexpected illness or a short-term deterioration in health due to sickness or infection
  • To provide a confidence boost after illness or even a bad fall
  • Family members and loved ones who act as informal carers needing extra support, time to rest or take a holiday

Let’s have a chat

To find out more about how we can help with your care needs, call 01256 700 991 or contact us with your requirements & questions.

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