What is Domiciliary Care?
Domiciliary care, often referred to as home care or in-home care, is a type of support and assistance provided to senior citizens or individuals with disabilities or chronic illnesses within the comfort of their own homes. It is a valuable alternative to institutional care settings such as nursing homes or assisted living facilities, allowing individuals to receive personalized care while remaining in their familiar and comfortable surroundings.
Services are typically provided by trained caregivers, home health aides, or licensed nurses, depending on the level of care required. The goal of domiciliary care is to enable seniors to maintain their independence and quality of life while receiving the necessary support to meet their physical, emotional, and social needs. It allows seniors to age in place while ensuring safety and well-being.
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