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Home Care Services


Visiting Care

Visiting care, also known as domiciliary care, involves caregivers providing assistance and support to individuals in their own homes on a scheduled basis. Unlike live-in care where the caregiver resides in the client's home, visiting care involves caregivers visiting the client's home for specified hours or sessions as needed.

Visiting care services are tailored to meet the specific needs of each client and can include assistance with activities such as personal care (bathing, dressing, grooming), medication reminders, meal preparation, light housekeeping, companionship, and transportation for appointments or outings.

Domiciliary care emphasizes maintaining individuals' independence and quality of life while receiving necessary support to remain safe and comfortable at home. It is a flexible option that can range from short daily visits to longer sessions depending on the client's requirements. Visiting care can be particularly beneficial for those who need assistance with certain tasks but do not require round-the-clock supervision or care.

Specialist Services

Specialist care services for homecare encompass a range of tailored support and assistance provided to individuals in their own homes. These services are designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with specific medical conditions, disabilities, or complex care requirements.


Here are some key points regarding specialist home care services:

  1. Diverse Expertise: Specialist home care services cover a wide range of medical conditions and disabilities, including but not limited to:

    • Dementia and Alzheimer's care

    • Parkinson's disease care

    • Stroke rehabilitation and support

    • Palliative and end-of-life care

    • Learning disabilities care

    • Mental health conditions support

  2. Comprehensive Care: Services provided under specialist home care can include personal care assistance, medication management, mobility support, meal preparation, specialized therapies (such as physiotherapy or occupational therapy), continence care, and more.

  3. Skilled Care Professionals: Care is delivered by trained and experienced professionals such as registered nurses, healthcare assistants, support workers, therapists, and other specialists as needed.

  4. Tailored Care Plans: Each individual receives a personalized care plan that is developed in collaboration with the client, their family, and healthcare professionals. The care plan takes into account the person's specific medical needs, preferences, and goals.

  5. Flexible Care Options: Specialist home care services can be provided on a flexible basis, including short visits, longer sessions, overnight care, or live-in care depending on the level of support required.

  6. Holistic Approach: Care providers focus not only on physical health but also on emotional well-being and social engagement. They may offer companionship, mental stimulation activities, and support for social interactions and hobbies.

  7. Coordination with Healthcare Professionals: Specialist home care teams often work closely with doctors, therapists, and other healthcare professionals to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for the client.

  8. Quality and Regulation: In the UK, specialist home care services are regulated by bodies such as the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure high standards of care, safety, and professionalism.


By offering specialized expertise and individualized care in the comfort of the client's home, specialist home care services in the UK strive to enhance quality of life, promote independence, and support overall well-being for those with complex care needs.

Live-in Home Care

Live-in home care refers to a type of caregiving service where a caregiver resides in the client's home, providing around-the-clock assistance and support. Unlike visiting caregivers who come for specified hours during the day, live-in caregivers stay with the client for extended periods, typically for several days or weeks at a time.

Live-in home care is suitable for individuals who require continuous support due to aging, disabilities, chronic illnesses, or recovery from surgeries or medical procedures. Caregivers assist with various daily activities such as personal hygiene, medication management, meal preparation, housekeeping, companionship, and mobility assistance.

This type of care allows clients to remain in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes while receiving personalized care and attention tailored to their specific needs. It also provides peace of mind to family members knowing that their loved one has constant support and supervision. Live-in home care can be a beneficial alternative to assisted living facilities or nursing homes for those who prefer to age in place


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