domiciliary care facility. A home providing mainly custodial and personal care for persons who do not require medical or nursing supervision, but may need assistance with activities of daily living because of a physical or mental disability.
Domiciliary care is provided to people who still live in their own homes but require additional support with activities, including household tasks, personal care and any other activity that allows them to maintain both their independence and quality of life.
You may be starting to find it difficult to complete different areas of your routine and want some support. Regular home visits, from 30 minutes through to several hours a day, can be arranged to help you with a wide range of everyday tasks, including:
Personal and continence care
Helping to mobilise in and around the home
Household tasks and meal preparation
Clinical care, including catheter and stoma management and PEG feeding
Like live-in care, domiciliary care offers a valuable source of companionship. Seeing a familiar face every day, or a couple of times a week, brings comfort, a feeling of safety and friendship. Carers are not just trained in delivering the physical aspects of care, but also offering emotional support, encouragement and reassurance.
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