Domiciliary Care

Green Pastures Healthcare provides quality domiciliary care, known as home care, to support you, keep lives safe and independently in the comfort of their own home. Our care services are fully regulated by the relevant country regulator, Care Quality Commission (CQC) for England,

We strongly believe that everyone should have a choice to receive care in their own home, no matter what their health condition or personal lifestyle needs. We ensure that you get a person-centred care by working closely with your circle of support and professionals, such as district nurses, social workers,  occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and GP, to enable us to put the right package of support in place for you (and your family).

What is Home Care?

Home care (also known as domiciliary care) describes care services that enable people to live in their own homes. Home care provides the extra support you need to keep you where you want to be – at home. Domiciliary care services can provide a helping hand with household chores, personal care, or a companionship visit. All of our home care services are tailored around your needs, and it is a great way to stay at home instead of going to a residential care home.

How Can Home Care Help You?

Home care can include everything from help with cleaning the house once a week, to visits several times a day to help with washing, dressing and other personal care tasks. Receiving care in your home is an increasingly common alternative to staying in hospital or moving into a care home.

Home Care Services We Provide

Home care can include everything from help with cleaning the house once a week, to visits several times a day to help with washing, dressing and other personal care tasks. Receiving care in your home is an increasingly common alternative to staying in hospital or moving into a care home.

  • Getting out of bed in the morning, washing and dressing
  • Toileting and using continence aids
  • Preparing meals and drinks
  • Eating and drinking
  • Picking up prescriptions
  • Giving, or prompting to take, prescribed medication
  • Health-related tasks, as agreed with medical practitioners or community nursing.
  • Money, managing and paying bills
  • Getting out of the house and meeting friends
  • Getting settled for the evening and going to bed.
  • Personal care – grooming, bathing, dressing, toileting, and hygiene tasks
  • Mobility and transfers
  • Medication reminders and monitoring
  • Companionship and Supervision
  • Light housekeeping, meal planning, and meal preparation
  • Shopping and errands

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