Companions of London

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Thursday 18th of January 2018

Phone Number: 020 3519 8001

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Domiciliary Care

We are your local and reliable care agency in London providing domiciliary care through out the surrounding areas, contact us today on 020 3519 8001 to speak with one of our advisers.

Whenever it becomes difficult to take care of yourself within your own home, you may consider employing the services of a home helper or domiciliary care. We can introduce you to experienced domiciliary care workers who are dedicated to making your living conditions as comfortable as possible and allowing you to continue to stay in your own home for as long as you would like to.

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What does domiciliary care mean?

Have you considered home help for yourself or a loved one and were wondering about the definition of domiciliary care?

Domiciliary care is provided to people require additional support with household tasks but still wish to live in their own homes. Domiciliary care agencies will send trained care workers to attend to household tasks, personal care or other activities to improve your domestic life.

Being able to continue living a fulfilled independent life within your own home can have a huge impact on your wellbeing and confidence. Many people find it easier to continue established routines and retain a sense of dignity when they are amongst familiar surroundings and living close to friends and relations.

The definition of domiciliary care is to improve independence and quality of life for people living at home. This means completing duties and responsibilities to allow you to continue living in your own home when tasks become difficult.

What is the role of a domiciliary care worker?

Domiciliary care services may be required at any stage of life. It can be required for people with physical disabilities as well as people who have mental health problems, sensory impairment or learning disabilities.

The duties and responsibilities of a carer depend on your individual requirements. The role of a carer will alter according to your changing circumstances. The home care visits will be as frequent as required and become an essential part of your daily routine. Because of this, a trained carer will realise the importance of their role. A domiciliary care worker will understand that the person is relying on them to maintain their independence.

Domiciliary care agencies

Companions of London work with elderly and vulnerable adults throughout London. We offer introductions to the best domiciliary care agencies to suit your needs. We will help you find domiciliary care services that will make the lives of you and your loved ones more comfortable.

We offer domiciliary care throughout London including the following areas:

  • Westminster
  • Islington
  • Barnet
  • Hammersmith
  • Camden
  • Kensington
  • Southwark
  • Havering
  • Fulham
  • Chelsea

Our domiciliary carers provide help and support for a wide range of people to allow them to continue living in their own home for as long as possible. Our home help staff provide the following services:

Household Support:
Our carer will help you with any jobs around the home that have become difficult. These include:

  • Vacuuming and Dusting
  • Kitchen and bathroom cleaning
  • Ironing and laundry
  • Weekly shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Paying bills and household administration

Personal Care: 
Your care provider will help with any personal tasks that you require assistance with including:

  • Bathing and washing
  • Shaving
  • Make up and hair
  • Getting dressed or undressed
  • Nail care
  • Continence support
  • Prescribed medication administration

Home from Hospital Support: 
Your carer will help you get to and from the hospital and provide assistance with your recovery when you return home.

Social Activities: 
Your care assistant will encourage you to live a fulfilled life by supporting you with hobbies and interests at home or in the local area.

Please call us today on 020 3519 8001 for further information.

Read more about domiciliary care and it's definition.