domiciliary care


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domiciliary care

Assistance provided to a person in his/her home, including home care, purchase of assistive devices and equipment, and meals-on-wheels. Domiciliary care is intended to keep a person in his/her home as long as possible, whilst maintaining his/her autonomy.
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We will be gathering this information using a questionnaire which will be distributed amongst the community to those currently receiving domiciliary care services via their care providers.
The Five Nations Care Forum, which represents the sector in the home nations and the Republic of Ireland, is so worried it has written to Chancellor George Osborne warning him it could push many care and nursing homes and domiciliary care companies over the financial edge.
The City of Wolverhampton Council is commissioning a Domiciliary Care and Home-Based Respite Service.
The social services leadership team had limited commissioning experience and managers did not demonstrate a detailed knowledge of the contract and service specifi-cations for domiciliary care or understand how to manage contractual relationships.
There are more than 4,000 domiciliary care providers in the UK and, in England, they are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
City & County Healthcare Group has become the fourth largest domiciliary care provider in the UK and now provides nearly four times as many hours of care per week as at Sovereign's investment in 2009.
asked 30 people to keep diaries of their experiences when workers come into the home to offer domiciliary care.
Pendine Park owner Mario Kreft and his wife Gill run six care homes, a domiciliary care company and a teaching centre in the Wrexham area, employing 500 people.
The firm, which also has a base at Pershore Road, Cotteridge, provides domiciliary care and support to people with autism, learning and physical disabilities and mental health needs, including dementia.
With these and a number of pending contracts in the pipeline, Castlerock is well prepared to meet the demands of Domiciliary Care service users across the whole of the north of England.
The Gateshead Council senior domiciliary care worker has been voted North East Carer of the Year.
Mears have been a player in social housing maintenance for several years but moved into the domiciliary care market in April 2007 with their acquisition of Careforce.