Domiciliary Care Worker

Domiciliary Care Work

The role of a Domiciliary Care Worker is to work without direct supervision in the home of the service user providing care and support including personal, social and domestic support whilst adhering to the service user’s individual care and support plan.
The aim of the position is to enable service users to remain safely in their own home with as much independence as possible.  Alongside providing care and support in a professional, discreet and caring manner, always ensuring the service user’s right to privacy and dignity is maintained.

Domiciliary Care Worker

What is Domiciliary Care?

Domiciliary Care is support for anyone who wants to remain at home and keep their independence but needs extra support.

Domiciliary Care Workers provide regular at home visits to help with a variety of things such as:

  • Personal Care (Showering, Bathing, Dressing, Maintaining Comfort, Supervising Medications)

  • Companionship & Hobbies Facilitation (Companionship and social interaction helps to enhance mental wellbeing and ensures that the person in their care has someone on hand to talk to, whether that’s about a particular topic or something that might be troubling them)

  • Housekeeping & Meal Preparation (Housekeeping tasks like polishing, cleaning the windows, or sorting out the laundry can soon build up. Domiciliary support can take care of these tasks, ensuring that the house is kept in a clean and tidy condition)

Nursing & Caring Direct aims to provide the highest standard of care to all customers.

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