What is domiciliary Care
Increasingly individuals and their families are turning to domiciliary care in favour of traditional residential or nursing care, – with no guarantee that the care provided will be sufficient.
Here at Hoboth healthcare, Our Services includes; domiciliary support in individual homes, in the community, for people in supported living and care homes. For people with learning disabilities, mental health, physical disability, palliative support, dementia, hospital discharge, companionship, post-operative support, respite care and live in 24 hours care, our professional cover all aspects of your WellCare needs.
Here at Hoboth healthcare, we can work with you to personalize the service we provide, supporting you to live the life you want, whether it is companionship, socialising, support with medication, cooking, and cleaning; we can accommodate a wide range of options.
People in a way that enhances their involvement, their choices, and control as well as; improving their quality of life wellbeing and safety.
Domiciliary can be offered in a number of capacities – and the intensity and frequency of visits will depend on individual circumstances and care needs. Some only need intensive domiciliary care for short periods of time, whilst others simply need low-level long-term care.
Domiciliary care, also called dom care, can also be offered to young people, children, and adults with temporary or permanent care needs and is not an exclusive service for the elderly alone.
The main advantage of home care is that it is carried out in a person’s own home, eliminating the need for them to spend large amounts of time in hospital and enabling them to stay in their own home indefinitely, if not for a longer period of time than would normally have been possible before domiciliary care was an option.