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DCA carers specialise in caring for the elderly, those with dementia, learning and physical disabilities.
Home is where the heart is and where we feel most comfortable and secure - in familiar
surroundings and perhaps with family and friends, beloved pets and treasured possessions.
We offer a flexible home care service that is suitable to your needs and requirements taking into account your budget.
This is an area where compassion and continuity is fundamental. Our Carers are fully trained to assist with all aspects of personal care and treat all our clients with dignity and respect: a Prerequisite to providing care in this area.
Daily tasks of maintaining a home while going through some life events can quickly become a little, or quite overwhelming.
DCA can take away the encumbrance and ease the pressure that is often on us to keep a clean, tidy and organised home.
DCA staff will get to know the client’s history, their likes & dislikes and their preferred outcomes and then work with the client in mind in order to support them.
Domiciliary or home care is an increasingly popular alternative to a care home, enabling loved ones to stay independent at home.
Full-time home care from a carer who moves in to a spare room to provide round-the-clock, one-on-one support. You get all the help you need but keep in control, retain choice and independence over your own life and in the comfort of your own home.
Benefits include enabling families and couples to stay together, no need to move home, constant companionship and 24/7 support, to name a few.
Companionship can be just as important as all other forms of care, and has an incredibly positive effect on any individual.
Companionship is especially valued by the elderly who live alone or by family members who provide care to their loved ones.
DCA staff are trained in Safe Moving & Manual Positioning techniques and use of different mobility & transfer aids to clients of varied age ranges. DCA carers will work in collaboration with other professionals to provide care that is fostered around your individual needs.
DCA staff work with clients best by focusing on their abilities, on what is important to them and for them, agreeing on a care/ support plan that specifically addresses their needs so that clients may live lives that can be referred to as ’truly their own’.
Caters to the needs of people who live with difficult health conditions and hence require advanced levels of support, to offer them the care they require to live a full and healthy life. DCA cares for people who have a range of complex disabilities and health needs.
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