Domiciliary Care

We offer various kinds of person centred domiciliary care services according to your requirements. Our Care service includes:

Personal Care

For personal care, we provide following services:

  • » Help with eating & drinking
  • » Prompt medication
  • » Getting up, washed and dressed
  • » Getting ready for bed
  • » Having a bath or shower
  • » Grooming
  • » Incontinence support
  • » Collecting prescriptions
  • » Meal Preparation etc

Domestic support

We want to make your life easier by helping you in light domestic chores, including house cleaning, ironing, shopping, changing your bed sheets and preparing your meal. While doing so we can keep you in company as well. Our passion is to provide you with the service that meets your own requirements and we can ensure that a committed care worker will always help you in every step of service.

Dementia Care

Careaid provides care to the people living with Dementia. At Careaid we understand that it is very important to have good knowledge and experience to assist someone with Dementia. Our highly trained Carer have depth knowledge of different types and stages of this conditions, therefore they can provide appropriate care for the people and their family in daily basis to cope with this challenge.

Respite Service

Respite (temporary) care provides temporary relief for those who are caring for their family members. It is good as it helps to sustain the caregiver’s health and well being. Respite care helps families to get much needed break they deserve. It can be on a regular replacement or overnight care so that you can catch-up with your regular activities or night sleep.

Respite care is best for everyone; as the person needing care stays in familiar environment and maintains their usual routine, and the caregiver can relax, knowing their loved ones is in professional hand.

Reablement

Reablement service provides care to someone who has just been released from hospital or entering in care system following a crisis. This service can help someone by offering personal care, help with daily activities and also other personal duties. Generally this service can lasts up to six weeks, as its main goal is to motivate service users to build their confidence and skills to do these tasks by themselves.
Our reablement team will discuss with you about:

  • » What you want to achieve or able to do in the future?
  • » What goals you need to work on, for example getting in and out of the bath, walking to the shops, or going to the toilet etc.
  • »How they are going to assist you with those goals

Palliative Care

Our Palliative care service provides support to those individuals who suffer from a life-threatening disease or bereavement and desire to live in their own homes. The main purpose of this care is to make that service users are in as comfortable as possible by controlling pain and other distressing symptoms.

Our main objective is to ensure your comfort and well-being all the time. Our Palliative care services include:
  • » Social companionship
  • » 24 hour care
  • » Complex medical care
  • » Personal care

Social Companionship

Our social companionship care is suitable for someone with mild to moderate care needs; who wants someone to be there with them to offer supports when needed. This helps you to remain in your own home with the comfort and secure; besides you can have someone to be there to share your thoughts or even to do something that you enjoy.

Different kind of social companionship care includes:

  • » Social activities
  • » Meal times
  • » Daily routine
  • » Day trips

Rapid Response Care

There are times when you or your family may need support within couple of hours of notice and our health care assistants can provide you with rapid assessment service and care. We want to help you to stay at home safely and offer you with the support you need; rather than going to the hospital.

Different kind of services includes in this type of care are:

  • » An infection, such as a chest infection and may need intravenous antibiotics (given directly into the bloodstream).
  • » Had a fall and may not be able to manage at home.
  • » Had a fracture and need care at home.
  • » An existing medical condition that has become worse.
  • » Someone has been seen by their GP and need treatment, but this care can be provided in their own home.

Waking Nights / Sleep-in

With our sleep-in care service, our Health Care Assistants are on call throughout the night and awake; also they make sure that the service users are sleeping or resting in safe and sound. Service users can get any help they need during the night. A bed will need to be provided for the Health Care Assistant and he/she will be there to support, if and when required. Our shifts depend on your requirements, it usually from 9pm or 11pm till 9 am or 11 am.

Live-in Care

The duration of the live-in care service may vary, as it can be for short term or long term. This occurs when the service user needs someone to live with them in their own house. Whether you just need some companionship or you have some specific health issues that means you require extra support, live-in care provides a realistic and affordable alternative to moving into a care home, including; full time live-in care, 24 Hour Care and Home Care Services.

However these are not exhaustive list. We can also provide other services as per your requirement.

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