What is domiciliary care?
Sometimes called “care at home” or “home care”, domiciliary care is when a carer either visits you or lives in your own home, in order to be close at hand to support you.
Domiciliary care is care that is provided in the person’s own home.
Domiciliary care can be appropriate if you require help with practical tasks or personal care but don’t want to move to a care home.
Eazy Care can help you with a range of daily tasks, including:
- cleaning and laundry
- bathing and personal care
- helping with medication
- pet care
When should I consider help at home from a paid carer?.
- you’re finding it difficult to cope with daily routines, such as washing, dressing and getting out and about
- you do not want to move into a care home
- you can still get about your home and it’s safe for you to live in – or it can be adapted to make it safe
Receiving care in your own home and community, where you feel safe and
comfortable, is a huge benefit for many people. This means that you can maintain
your independence in familiar surroundings with peace of mind that you’re always
Domiciliary care is regulated by the Care Quality Commission in England and the
Care Inspectorate in Scotland, and the care package will be tailored to your unique