If you want to remain at home but youd like help to stay comfortable, domicilliary care could be ideal for you. Our trained Care workers gives you as much assistance you needed so you can keep you comfortable and live independently
Domiciliary care allows you or your loved one to benefit care in a environment where you are most comfortable; at home.
“What is great about domiciliary care is that it allows you have a good balance between maintaining your independence and keeping control in many areas which many of our customers place above all else. You can expect professional housekeeping, personal care and companionship whenever you need them, and our professional carers will help to build a flexible plan care that’s right for you.”
Who is Domiciliary Care For? Domiciliary care is for anyone who wants to stay at home while receiving the treatment they need and can be beneficial to people of all ages. This treatment can include recuperation, convalescence, and rehabilitation, amongst other areas.
Our trained carers can provide medical support including convene, NGT, PEG Feeding and suppositories to name just a few areas. All are managed by team of senior care who will work with you to create a unique care plan. We also work closely alongside District Nurses and Occupational Therapists when required to ensure that we are able to deliver care that meets your loved one’s needs.
How it Works : You will receive your own bespoke care package tailored to your unique needs, and you will have your own carer. They will help you achieve yours or your loved one’s personal needs and wishes, while supporting you through your plan.
Each plan is flexible and unique, and all existing routines are taken into account – whether there’s a certain nightly routine that you have, medication schedule that you follow, or a hobby that is important to you. If, for whatever reason, yours or your loved one’s needs change, the carer will still be there to help, and will be as flexible as possible when delivering your care. At Helping Hands, we put your needs above everything else.
Domiciliary Care vs. Care Homes: For some families, care homes provide everything that’s required and are seen as a safe environment for their loved ones where they can have constant access to the support that they need. However, the comfort and familiarity of being at home is often overlooked as an option. This is where the benefits of domiciliary care can be seen.
One of the main benefits of domiciliary care is that it provides a substantial level of support without impacting on your loved one’s independence. Our flexible and unique care plans can also accommodate for existing routines and special circumstances, which means minimal upheaval or changes to your existing schedule.
GB Care Solution , understand that you may be concerned about the cost of domiciliary care. We can talk you through the potential costs of a carer, and which local authority funding options or continuing health care funding are available to you. We are completely transparent about our costs, and we are committed to helping you find the perfect care package to suit your needs.
GB Care Solutions we provide as much or as little care support as you or your loved one need to live independently and maintain or improve your overall well-being.
We’ll work with you to design a care support solution tailored to you and your personal resources, helping you to make the key decisions about the services you receive so that you always stay in control.
Regular care plan reviews ensure that our services continue to meet any changes in your needs or your budget. Where we cannot meet all your needs, we work closely with other professionals and organisations to ensure you receive the appropriate extra support.
As well as support with home-based personal care and daily living tasks, we can assist with Shopping, managing personal finances and accompanying people who want to get out for leisure, social, health or work purposes.
We can also assist with:
People with Physical Disabilities
Mental Health Issues
People with Dementia
Older Persons in Supported Living Accommodation
People with Learning or Mental Difficulties in Supported Living Schemes
Recovering from illness, operation and hospital stay
We provide personal care including
Dressing and undressing
Support with Meal Preparation
Support with Medication
Assistance with going to and getting out of bed
Our Services also include practical tasks such as;
Making and or changing your bed
Shopping with or for you
Support with light housework
Support with laundry
And Much More.........