A little support goes a long way with learning disabilities

Domiciliary care is suitable for supporting both individuals and families. This might include assisting people with learning, age-related, or physical conditions.

Support For Those Who Need It

There are many people living in the UK with a learning disability. This might include you or a person close to you like a family member or friend. The conditions impact people in different ways over the course of their life. However, it is important that everyone has a chance to live a full life with choice and independence. This is possible when the right support is in place.

Domiciliary care

While many people look to their family for support, sometimes it can be helpful to have a dedicated person to assist. This gives those caring for people help with their commitments. It makes it much easier on all parties.

It might be that they require help with personal care as well as socially such as needing a chaperone. This gives people with learning disabilities a chance to be an active member of the community. As a result they have choice and control in their life. This isn’t always possible in an environment like a group home.

Everyone should have a chance to live their life in their community. For those with extra needs, this can be achieved with access to the right services. We provide tailored support for people. Our carers have the right skills so they can effectively help everyone with their needs.

Passionate Carers

We fully understand that learning disabilities differ between people. Everyone has their own needs as well as personality. Care like this allows people to have support. This might be with personal care, developing relationships, and taking part in activities.

Diamond PA is the home of personal assistants who provide domiciliary care to various people. We even offer same day PA services for when your needs are urgent. Contact us if you have any queries about what we can do for you.