Our domiciliary and community support services include practical assistance with daily living tasks such as bill payment, dealing with correspondence, budgeting and meal preparation household cleaning.
Assistance with personal care, including getting up, washing and dressing in the morning or evening, help with medication and help with continence management are also key aspects of our work.
Promoting independence through a variety of activities is an important element of the service, including encouragement to learn new skills, support to try new activities, support with managing finances safely and longer-term support developing and maintaining daily living skills.
The support, motivation and encouragement given to clients to pursue leisure interests and education or employment opportunities, is particularly important in the community support service.
We can provide care and support on a flexible basis from a few hours a week to twenty-four hour support.
Our minimum call is for an hour but can be as little a one hour a week.