Personal Care

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    Different people have different needs and we adapt our personal care services to suit your specific requirements. Our caregivers are trained to provide care with dignity and respect.  Having support with personal care, whether it’s help with dressing, bathing, or assistance with meals and medication, can make a big difference to your quality of life. We understand that personal care can be sensitive to each individual. That’s why our Care Professionals are discreet and take time to build a close rapport with our clients to make sure it is a more individual and personal experience. 

    Services We Provide

    Our Personal Care means anything done that is of a personal nature. This may include tasks that are personal to you, such as bathing, showering, applying creams and lotions, dressing, and toileting – extending to continence management and general laundry, meal preparation and feeding,  and other day-to-day duties to keep you living well in the comfort of your own home.

    Working to your regular routines, and ensuring that support is tailored to your specific requirements, a fully trained carer or support worker will offer you discreet and professional personal care in the way that’s most comfortable to you.

    We believe in the importance of a continuous service and the same familiar faces, especially when it comes to personal care. Speak to us to find out more about how we can support you or a loved one.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is personal care?

    Personal Care is the support and supervision of daily personal living tasks and private hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your personal appearance.

    • Bathing and showering, including bed-baths
    • Applying lotions and creams as required
    • Dressing and getting ready for bed
    • Oral hygiene
    • Applying make-up, and hair care
    • Support with shaving
    • Foot care, especially if you are diabetic need to be extra vigilant with your feet
    • Helping you to the toilet, including using a commode or bed pan
    • Changing continence pads, along with cleaning intimate areas
    • Support moving position in bed, to stretch and prevent bed sores
    • Changing or maintaining a stoma or catheter bag, or another form of clinical intervention

    Like all forms of care, support with personal care is built completely around your individual needs and personal routines. If you like to wash before breakfast or have a bath before going to bed, a carer will happily follow your schedule, letting you live the way you want.