Domiciliary Care

Providing excellent service and staffing in Bath and Middlesbrough.

What is domiciliary Care?

Domiciliary care or home care is provided to people living in their own homes who require additional support with day-to-day life. A professional carer will visit your home to provide support with daily tasks such as light housekeeping, personal care, preparing and cooking meals or any other activity that allows you to maintain your independence and quality of life. Home care also provides the opportunity for a family carer looking after a loved one to have a much-needed break.


Who is this service for?

Domiciliary care is for anyone who wishes to stay in the comfort of their own home and receive the care and support they require to lead an independent life. This could be after an operation or you now require support with everyday activities like getting out of bed, getting dressed or you need someone to help manage your medication.

What service do we provide?

Visiting Care

With visiting care, we’ll visit you as little or as often as you wish throughout the week to ensure you’re given the support you need to help manage your condition.

Live In Care

Live-in care places a specially trained live-in carer in homes to provide personalised care every day, offering constant support around the clock.

How can our carers support you?

Personal care

Your domiciliary carer can provide discreet and dignified personal care with routines such as bathing, toileting and getting dressed

Household tasks

Your carer can help around your home with housekeeping tasks such as cleaning and vacuuming, doing the laundry, and doing the bins

Friendly companionship

All of our carers have been handpicked for their kind, compassionate personalities, which means they also provide wonderful companionship

Getting out and about

Whether you want to visit family, pop to the shops or go away on holiday, a carer can help you plan your travel and accompany you along the way

Household tasks

Your carer can help around your home with housekeeping tasks such as cleaning and vacuuming, doing the laundry, and doing the bins

Light medical support

Our fully trained carers can provide medical support including  PEG feeding.

Who are we regulated by?

Why is it important to be regulated?

What is a regulated care service?

A regulated care service is fully monitored and assessed by independent regulatory bodies

Why are we regulated?

We choose to be regulated so every customer can have full reassurance when receiving care from us

How does regulation affect my care?

Regulation guarantees that your care, and the carer providing it, meets industry standards

Domiciliary Care FAQ'S

Which areas do you cover?
At the moment we are covering Bath and Middlesbrough region.
What does domiciliary care mean?
Domiciliary care is a term commonly used to define the range of services put in place to support an individual in their own home.
What are the advantages of domiciliary care?
The biggest advantage of domiciliary care is that it allows your or your loved one to retain their independence in the home they know and love.
Who pays for domiciliary care?
Your local authority might be able to pay some or all the costs associated with domiciliary care. However, you may have to pay for all the services yourself. Make sure you claim all the benefits you’re entitled to – Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance (or Personal Independence Payment) are among the most common.
Is domiciliary care cost effective?
Domiciliary care can be a cost effective alternative to residential care, especially for a couple or for people who have domiciliary care on a visiting basis.
What are the differences between domiciliary care and residential care?
Domiciliary care services are provided in an individual’s own home, whereas residential care involves the person moving permanently into a specialist supervised establishment set up solely to provide care.
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Contact us for more information

You can call us on 0161 518 2999 or email us using the form below.