Domiciliary care


Domiciliary care, also known as care at home, is a popular choice for many families because it allows them to take control of their care. Our care plans are entirely based on you. You get one-on-one attention from 30 minutes per week to multiple daily visits or even overnight support. To provide 24-hour care, you can also choose to have a live-in caregiver living at your home.

Angels Private Home Care Services
Office 13, jubilee house, East Beach,  Lytham Saint Annes FY8 5FT, United Kingdom
01253 834003, 07923 236 775

Helping Hands is well-known as one of the UK’s most respected private domiciliary care providers. We have more than 160 branches in your area, all licensed and regulated under the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales. All are managed by registered managers who ensure that codes of conduct are adhered to. Our home care Swansea specialists are available to help you every step.

To learn more about our domiciliary services, call us today. We are the only national home care provider to be industry-approved as a Centre of Excellence. Our expert management team will carefully match you with someone who matches your interests and personality.

What is domiciliary care?

Domiciliary care allows you to continue living in the home you love, where you are most at ease. You may be having difficulty with certain areas of your daily routine. You might need some assistance while staying in familiar surroundings.

A fully trained caregiver can make regular home visits, ranging from 30 minutes to several hours per day. This will help with a variety of daily tasks such as:

  • Care for your personal and intimate needs
  • How to manage medication
  • Mobilization assistance in and around the house
  • Meal preparation and household chores
  • Clinic care includes catheter and stoma management as well as PEG feeding

Domiciliary care is similar to live-in care and provides companionship. A familiar face can bring comfort, safety, and friendship to the person. Not only are they trained to deliver the physical aspects of care but can also offer emotional support, encouragement, and reassurance.

Who can receive domiciliary care?

Domiciliary Care is available to anyone who wishes to remain at home and receive their care. This type of care is beneficial for all ages. This can include rehabilitation, convalescence and recuperation.

Our highly trained caregivers can provide medical assistance including PEG feeding, catheterization, convene, and suppositories. Our team of clinical nurses manage all our staff. They will work with each client to develop a care plan that is tailored to your needs. This will make your life easier while you are receiving care at home.

When necessary, we also work closely with district nurses and occupational therapy to ensure that our care meets your needs. This includes companionship care, nursing care, and types of dementia care.

How Helping Hands can help you with your domiciliary care

Your care package will be tailored to meet your needs. You will also have your private carer from the Helping Hands group. They will support you throughout your plan and help you to achieve your personal goals or those of your loved ones.

Every plan is unique and flexible. All existing routines are considered, whether it’s a nightly care routine, medication schedule, or hobby.

If your needs change, the carer will continue to be available for you and your loved ones. They will also be flexible in delivering your care. Helping Hands puts your needs first.

Care homes are a safe place for loved ones, and they provide all the necessary support. However, care homes can offer comfort and familiarity that is not available at home. Domiciliary care is a great option.

Domiciliary care is better than a care home.

Domiciliary care can be for anyone who wishes to remain in their home, but needs extra assistance with personal care, medication management, or other activities.

Domiciliary care can provide a significant level of support without affecting your loved one’s independence.

Our unique and flexible care plans can be adapted to existing routines or special circumstances. This means that there is minimal disruption to your current schedule.

What is a domiciliary worker?

Domiciliary care workers (also known as private or home carers) help people live independently at their homes. They are focused on the individual and their specific needs. This helps to preserve independence and quality of life through the following:

  • Personal care
  • Administration of medication
  • Preparing meals
  • Help with household chores
  • Companionship
  • day to day errands
  • And so much more

We can help you arrange care for your loved one, whether a daily or weekly carer.

What is the cost of domiciliary care?

Helping Hands is a fully managed and regulated home care agency. There are no set-up fees, agency fees, long notice periods, or hidden costs.

Please see our prices for live-in care and our visiting costs for more information. Prices for our domiciliary services are dependent on your specific care needs. Please contact us to receive a detailed breakdown.

Helping Hands is upfront about all costs and will explain all fees when you call. Our team is also available to help you explore available funding options, including funding for continuing healthcare (CHC), or local authority funding.

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