Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care is defined as the range of services put in place to support an individual in their own home. Services may involve routine household tasks within or outside the home, personal care of the client and other associated domestic services necessary to maintain an individual in an acceptable level of health, hygiene, dignity, safety and ease in their home.

From all walks of life, many people can start to find that they struggle to complete the washing up, laundry, tidying the living room, or attending to their medication. Domiciliary care means receiving a fully trained carer to help you with these activities. This type of care is an option for anyone who may prefer not to move out of their home permanently.


We offer domiciliary care services within the comfort of your own home. Some of these services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and some are not. These include:

  • Personal care and support (including getting up, toileting, bathing, washing and dressing)
  • Overnight sleep-over stay/waking night
  • Sitting and companionship support
  • Overseeing medication
  • Food/meals preparation
  • Shopping/collecting prescriptions or pensions
  • Dementia care
  • Hospital discharge and support
  • Palliative care
  • Help with learning, physical and sensory disabilities
  • Attend medical appointments
  • Escorted outings
  • Administrative tasks / form filling or letter writing
  • Laundry and general housework
  • Pet care/dog walking
  • Gardening and home repairs

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