Domiciliary Care Service

Domiciliary care, sometimes called home care, is becoming a popular alternative to residential and nursing care. It allows those with varying care needs to remain in their own home indefinitely, or for a longer period of time than was previously possible.

Domiciliary care involves a trained individual coming to your home periodically to administer care of some kind.

At the basic level, this person provides companionship and helps with everyday tasks, such as cleaning the house and buying food shopping.

They may only visit once or twice a week.

More intensive dom care may involve a healthcare assistant and could be provided several times daily. In this instance medications can be administered, dressings may be changed, blood tests and other observations may be taken. Help with personal care such as washing, dressing, and feeding may also be provided.

Ulticare is a CQC registered Domiciliary Care provider and we will happy to assist you with supporting your loved one with the highest quality of care, promoting their health, independence and well being.

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Supported Living for Adults and Young Adults

– Our supported living services can assist if you do not want to live in a residential care home but you’re finding it difficult to cope at home. 

– Our staff will usually visit the home to help you get out of bed, go out to college or work, and do simple tasks such as shopping, housework, and repairs.

– They can also help with administrative tasks and personal care.

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Support, Time and Recovery

Our Support, Time and Recovery (STR) service aims to provide support for people with mental health vulnerabilities to re-settle back into the community and to live as independently as possible. STR service provides recovery-focused supports with daily living skills and rehabilitation.



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This will include:

  • Supporting Service Users to live full and independent lives at home
  • Supporting Service Users to exercise choice and control and achieving their assessed outcomes
  • Providing opportunities for Service Users to take part in meaningful community-based activities
  • Supporting Service Users to access appropriate health services
  • Supporting Service Users to maximise their income
  • Supporting Service Users to maintain their tenancy
  • Maximising independence through managed risk
  • Emotional support in dealing with anxiety and stress where necessary and help to set goals that will help the individual become more confident and independent in maintaining
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