Domiciliary care at home

At Home Instead, we understand that there’s no place like home. Our domiciliary care and home visits can help your older loved one retain independence and stay in their familiar surroundings.

What are domiciliary care home visits?

Domiciliary care visits from a Home Instead Care Professional can help you to enjoy an independent and fulfilled life, living well at home, your way. We provide a range of visiting care services that are tailored to suit your needs – from helping with household tasks or companionship, to assisting with personal care and specialist or complex care needs. Whatever support you need, home visits from an experienced Home Instead Care Professional will give you and your loved ones peace of mind, knowing that you are being supported well at home.

Home Instead will work with you to provide tailored, personalised domiciliary care and home visits based on what you want and need, all at the time when you need us to be there. It’s your choice! Our Care Professionals visit when you want them to, so you choose when you get up, eat meals, go out, or go to bed. 

Domiciliary Care

Companionship at Home

At Home Instead we know how important it is to tackle loneliness, so we aim to prevent it through our Care Professionals providing companionship.
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Thanks to our in-depth training programmes, we have Care Professionals who are able to meet complex care needs.

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