Answering your questions about domiciliary care

We are a company that does all we can to offer support to elderly and disabled people that require it. They may need help for one reason or many. Our services promote inclusion, opportunity, independence, and dignity. For domiciliary care in particular, we focus on people who wish to remain at home.

Domiciliary careLooking into the world of health and social care can be very confusing. There is no difference with domiciliary services either. In each area there are a number of options for you to choose from. Since this is the case, it is hard for some to decide which one suits them the most. After all, your requirements can change as time passes.

What we are going to do here is provide some advice. We will do this by answering some of the questions people ask about this service.

How often do professionals supply domiciliary care?

This will depend on your needs. It is possible to provide it once or twice a week, or even a few times per day. At the highest point, it becomes live-in support. With this type of care there is no one size fits all scenario.

The sheer flexibility of the service means it is suitable for lots of people. Following an assessment, you can produce a care plan that shows the precise kind and amount of help you need.

Residential and domiciliary differences

Another question asks about the differences between domiciliary and residential care. The latter consists of you going to a specialist care facility. As for the first, you get support while you remain in your own home. Remember that nursing care and residential care have distinctions too. Nursing homes need a special license as their patients have more intricate needs.

Arrange domiciliary care with us

At Diamond Personal Assistants, we employ carers that are both professional and friendly. The people we help include those with conditions relating to age as well as cognitive and physical disabilities. In addition to daily tasks, our domiciliary care can aid them in participating within the community. As a result they won’t suffer with isolation and can continue to live their best life.

If you would like to know more, you are welcome to contact us.