Domiciliary Care

We provide high quality generic and specialist care and support services that empower adults with a range of needs to achieve positive results. We hold a wide-ranging experience of meeting the needs of adults with physical disabilities such as visual impairment, hearing impairment, chronic and debilitating health problems.

Also, we provide care and support to adults with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions and dual diagnoses. We provide support with personal care, shopping, housing-related support and live-in support.

We recruit staff to reflect the diverse needs of service users so will continue to meet the needs of all members of the community, irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender, faith, sexuality, disability, age or class; recognizing and meeting the needs of service users from Black and Minority Ethnic Community backgrounds.

Our domiciliary care service merges three competing aims of social care reform: personalisation, recovery and prevention. Therefore, our assessments and support planning are person-focused on outcomes that leave service users better able to empower the individual. The aim is to help people recover their independence and then reduce their reliance on care and stop it from increasing.