Domiciliary care allows you or your loved one to receive ongoing support from the comfort of their own home. Domiciliary care is also widely known as care at home. With domiciliary care, a carer will visit your home from 1 hour a week, up to day-long visits.
Domiciliary care is for anyone who could do with the support at home but not full time. Our carers will come in and help you out with any tasks you need. This can include helping you get dressed in the morning or assisting you with preparing and cooking
meals and tidying up afterwards.
Respite care is temporary care provided by someone other than a person’s primary caregiver. There are a few reasons why a person may require this care.
Full-time carer taking a break - if you care for a family member, Abing Respite Care can relieve the pressure whilst you take a well-earned break.
Recently discharged from hospital - If your loved one is discharged from hospital and needs additional care for a short time, we can help.
Emergency situation - Respite care is the perfect solution when you need care for your loved one in an emergency. This gives you the time to sort out other arrangements if required.
Live-in care provides your loved one with full-time 24-hour care.
Providing you with all the assistance you need to keep happy and at home.