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Our Services and Rates

Domiciliary care (Home Care) is for people that live in their own homes but require additional support with household tasks, personal care, doctor or hospital visits, or any other activities that allow them to maintain their independence and quality of life.


Home care also provides Personal care for any daily tasks you may need support with, such as bathing, showering, applying creams and lotions, dressing and toileting, all in the comfort of your own home. Domiciliary care can be provided to anyone at any stage of life – post a hospital stay, at the onset of mental health problems, or once sensory impairment or physical disabilities have developed. Further, domiciliary care is tailored to your needs and schedule.


The Benefits to Psychological Health. An in-home carer can help prevent older individuals from falling victim to depression and loneliness. Depression is a serious problem that can go unnoticed. It interferes with your body’s basic functioning by causing sleeping problems, irregular eating, headaches and fatigue. Sometimes all one needs is companionship, individuals can take comfort in knowing that beyond their family there is another individual that cares and is invested in their wellbeing. In addition, they have the comfort and security of remaining in a familiar environment – their homes!


Private in-home care agencies complete Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks for all carers


Domiciliary Care Professionals who visit you or a member of your family, in your own home, helping in the management of daily tasks. These range from basic activities- helping with the shopping, cooking and cleaning - to more involved ones - such as helping with bathing and getting dressed. Individuals might need regular care for a variety of reasons, age-related or not, whether dementia, physical disability or for companionship purposes.