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What is Domiciliary Care?


Domiciliary care, also known as home care, is a cornerstone of compassionate support designed to empower individuals to maintain their independence and dignity within the familiar confines of their own homes. This range of services includes household chores, meal preparation, running errands, personal care, medication administration, and companionship. At Ndima Healthcare, our specialized domiciliary care services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), ensuring that every client receives tailored support of the highest standard. From live-in care to visiting care, respite care, and social care, our commitment to excellence is rooted in the belief that every individual deserves to live with dignity, comfort, and compassion, regardless of their circumstances.


It encompasses a spectrum of services aimed at supporting individuals in the comfort of their homes, including personal care, companionship, household tasks, medication management, and more. An example of domiciliary care is when a carer assists an individual with housekeeping duties like cleaning and laundry. Additionally, carers may help with meal preparation, bathing, pet care, driving, and running errands to ensure the individual's well-being.

Different types of domiciliary care cater to varying needs. Personal care assists with daily tasks such as washing, getting dressed, and medication. Live-in care involves a professional carer residing in the client's home, providing round-the-clock support with daily tasks, personal care, medication management, and companionship. This arrangement offers personalized assistance and promotes independence within the comfort of the client's own home.

We understand that seeking a domiciliary care provider is not an ideal situation for anyone, as it often comes with emotional implications and challenges. However, at Ndima Healthcare, we strive to alleviate those concerns by providing a warm, friendly, and compassionate approach to care. Our team of dedicated carers is not just here to assist with practical tasks; we are here to offer companionship, understanding, and a supportive presence during what can be a difficult time.

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