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Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care, often known as home care, is offered to people who live in their own homes but require additional assistance with daily activities.

A professional carer will come to your home to help you with everyday duties like light housework, personal care, food preparation and cooking, or any other activity that will allow you to preserve your independence and quality of life. Home care also allows a family caregiver who is caring for a loved one to take a much-needed break.

Domiciliary care providers will use a variety of terminology to describe their services. The concept of domiciliary care includes hourly care, home care, and visiting care, but all relate to the same service: a carer visiting your house at various times during the day to offer care and assistance.

Depending on your care and support needs, domiciliary care agencies can arrange for a carer to visit you once, twice, three or more times each day for 15 minutes to an hour.

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Who needs domiciliary care?

Domiciliary care is for anybody who wants to stay in their own home and receive the care and assistance they need to live independently. This could be because you just had surgery or because you suddenly need help with things like getting out of bed, getting dressed, or taking your medicine.

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Rising Star Care Solutions, we are pleased to visit and assess your care and support needs in order to provide you with an accurate quote. This will be 100% free with no conditions attached.

What Comes With Our Domiciliary Care Service?

We provide the following services to enable you to live comfortably in your own home:

Personal care is a broad phrase that refers to a variety of actions that assist you in maintaining your personal hygiene and appearance, such as washing, clothing, grooming, and toileting.

If mobility is an issue and prevents safe movement about the home, the visiting caregiver will make sure you move at particular times of the day.

When a carer visits you at home, they will provide you with companionship.

Carers can help you recover in your own home if you need help after being in the hospital or having surgery, like a hip replacement.

The carer will assist you in giving prescriptions so that you may stay on track with your schedule.

Carers will prepare meals and, if time allows, cook for you to ensure you have your meals at regular intervals throughout the day. If they do not visit at every mealtime, they will prepare food ahead of time for you to just microwave.