Domiciliary Care

What is Domiciliary Care?


Domiciliary care is provided to individuals who still live in their own homes but require additional support with tasks, including domestics, personal care, shopping duties, companionship and any other activity that allows them to maintain the best quality of life.

Do you feel you need assistance?

If you are starting to struggle or feel you need some extra support to complete your normal daily routine and require support whilst staying in your home. We can arrange regular home visits, which start from 15 minute visits up to 24 hours a day  to support you with a wide range of tasks

throughout the day including:

  • Personal care needs
  • Continence needs
  • Supporting with medication
  • Assistance with mobility, including manual handling equipment
  • Domestic duties and meal preparation
  • Clinical care, including catheter stoma management and PEG feeding, please find further details of clinical care needs here.

We also work alongside other health professionals including the District Nursing Team, Occupational therapists, Dieticians, GPs etc.

At SNE care we pride ourselves on looking after you or your loved ones from the comfort of your own home. We understand that to maintain the best quality of life usually starts at home. From one visit a day to a 24-hour package in

place we will meet your needs with a package that suits you or your loved one.

Do you feel you need assistance?

Through many years of experience in domiciliary care we find through study that you feel better, and do and respond better when at home. Living at home with your partner and considering care either residential or a nursing home and worrying about separation look no further we support couples to stay together for as long as possible to eliminate the worry and stress of been separated after being together a long time, we will facilitate a package of care to ensure that we meet your needs as a couple whether one or both of you need a package of care.

We also offer relief for a loved one who is the main carer to enable them to access the community and not to worry that their loved one is left alone.  We also find that enabling you to remain at home keeps you connected to the community and family.

Through live in support even when one person has dementia, they can still stay together with their partner as long the right care is in place. There are also excellent cost benefits with this type of arrangement, especially when compared to the cost of residential care.