Home Care

We provide a wide range of services across the communities we serve.

Home Care or domiciliary care provides people with the option of remaining in their own home whilst they receive care and support. This can reduce the need to move into a retirement home.

Our care workers can provide a number of services which include

  • Assistance with washing and bathing
  • Help with getting up in the morning or going to bed at night
  • Dressing and choosing clothes
  • Help with domestic tasks
  • Support to prepare meals.
  • Assistance with eating and drinking
  • Companionship for those on their own
  • For those with disabilities that hinder the performance of tasks

We provide a range of services for people.   

We are able to cater for a wide range of people including those with physical disabilities, dementia type conditions and people who require palliative care.

We understand that everyones circumstances are different, we therefore try to tailor each persons care in response to both their needs and wishes

• Offer companionship and conversation • Arrange appointments • Help with travel arrangements • Stimulate mental awareness • Escort to appointments • Assist with clothing selection • Support social activities • Help with reading • Plan visits • Monitor diet and eating • Assist with shopping • Support to visit family and friends • Plan visits, outings and trips • Visit neighbours and friends • Accompany to lunch or dinner  • Assistance with eating and drinking • Attend plays or concerts • Attend club meetings and sporting events • Record family history • Discuss current/historical events • Reminisce about the past • Accompany to plays and concerts as part of an agreed care plan.