Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary

We have various types of domiciliary care personnel, each with specific roles and responsibilities in providing care and support to individuals in their own homes. These professionals work together to meet the diverse needs of clients receiving domiciliary care.

Here are some common types of domiciliary care personnel we can offer:

Domiciliary Services

Our Home Care Assistants, often referred to as care workers or support workers, are responsible for providing personal care and support to clients. Their duties include assisting with dressing, bathing, grooming, medication reminders, meal preparation, and companionship.

Our Community nurses, including District Nurses and Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPNs), provide skilled nursing care in patients’ homes. They manage and monitor chronic conditions, administer medications, and perform wound care, among other clinical tasks.

Our Live-in carers reside with the client in their home, providing round-the-clock care and support. They assist with personal care, household tasks, and ensuring the client’s safety and well-being.

Physiotherapists specialize in improving clients’ physical mobility and function. They develop exercise programs and therapeutic interventions to address mobility issues and alleviate pain.

Occupational therapists focus on helping clients regain independence in daily activities, such as dressing, cooking, and grooming. They provide strategies and adaptations to enhance clients’ quality of life.

Speech and language therapists work with clients who have communication or swallowing difficulties. They provide therapy to enhance speech and language skills and address swallowing problems.

Social workers assess clients’ social and emotional needs and provide support and counseling. They also help clients access community resources and services, including financial assistance and housing support.

These professionals, including palliative care nurses and hospice workers, provide specialized care and support to individuals with terminal illnesses. They focus on pain management, symptom control, and emotional support for patients and their families.

Dementia care specialists are trained to work with clients living with dementia. They provide person-centered care, manage challenging behaviors, and offer support and education to families.

Reablement workers focus on helping clients regain independence and daily living skills after illness or injury. They develop care plans that aim to reduce long-term care needs.

Care coordinators or care managers are responsible for assessing clients’ needs, creating care plans, and coordinating the delivery of care services. They ensure that clients receive appropriate and effective care.

These professionals work collaboratively to provide comprehensive and person-centered domiciliary care, ensuring that individuals receive the care and support they need while maintaining their independence and well-being in their own homes.

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