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Visiting Care

Our visiting care services across the UK

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Visiting care is a great way to receive quality care within the comfort of your own home. From help with getting up in the mornings to respite care for your usual caregiver, Abicare can help you live with more independence and control over your day-to-day life.

You can choose the time of day, length of visit and frequency of your home care. Whatever your needs, our visiting care service helps your daily routine run smoothly so you are able to remain in your own home.

Learn more below about the many benefits of using our visiting care service or ask Abicare a question today.

The benefits of visiting care

Having visiting carers can change your life within the home, improving everything from your independence to your mental wellbeing. Abicare’s range of visiting care services mean that you can:

  • Receive skilled care in the comfort of your own home.
  • Choose the level of care to suit your needs.
  • Receive quality care from your team of regular carers who understand your requirements.
  • Receive quality care from Abicare staff, who are trained to the industry standard and given ongoing support.
  • Have a record of care and medication for your peace of mind.
  • Know when care visits have been completed with Abicare’s advanced logging systems.
  • Free up family from your care needs so you’ll get more quality time together.
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What is visiting home care?

Visiting care or domiciliary care is when a carer visits your home to provide personal care and support. This might be a regular visit taking anywhere between fifteen minutes to several hours, or it could be longer sits, outings or a tailored package after a hospital treatment or visit.

A visiting carer helps you when you need more support in your own home. Sometimes you may need our assistance with getting up and going to bed, or help with washing and dressing. At other times, you may need support with everyday tasks such as meal preparation, household help, or going shopping.

  • Personal care: bathing, dressing, help with going to the toilet and supervision of medicine.
  • Bedtime and morning routines: help with getting up and getting ready for bed.
  • Food preparation and help at meal-times.
  • Light housework: laundry, cooking, and cleaning.
  • Companionship and social interaction.
  • Social activities: visits to clubs and to see friends.
  • Errands: shopping and collecting prescriptions.
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Who will be my carer?

A small team of carers will be trained to understand your care plan and know exactly how you like things done. If any of the carers on your team are not available because of holiday or sickness, Abicare arranges for another trained carer to visit you.

All of our carers are carefully selected and complete Abicare’s comprehensive and proven training course based on the highest industry standards. After that, your care team is given ongoing support and will use the Abicare system to stay in touch with each other, monitoring your care delivery and providing help when needed, to make sure you get the best care possible.

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Sits and outings give you that extra bit of help when you need it most, allowing you to go on trips out of the house feeling confident, or get help when your regular carer takes a break. An Abicare carer can be there to support you on trips to the shops, the park or anything else.

You don’t need to buy a full care package to arrange Abicare sits and outings and you can book everything from elderly sitting services to having a carer help with regular outings or special occasions, such as attending a wedding or a birthday.

For the extra peace of mind that comes with sits and outings, contact Abicare today.

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During a period of recovery after a hospital stay, an accident or a long-term illness, Abicare can provide visiting convalescent care. We’ll stay with you for as long as you need and we can tailor the care to suit you.

With Abicare’s convalescent care across the UK, we can provide the support you need while you recover. Get in touch to find out how.

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Get the reassurance you need to sleep and recover as best you can. Night care, after surgery or a hospital discharge, gives you trained care within your own home. For our sleeping service, a visiting carer sleeps at your property overnight for a minimum of eight hours. For our waking night care service, our carer remains awake throughout the night to offer you all the support you need.

Talk to Abicare today to find out more about our night care convalescence services.

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Make sure your home is just the way you like it with Abicare’s home help. This is the perfect service for when you would love some help around the house but you don’t need personal care, such as support getting up or washing yourself. Home help can offer cleaning, shopping and everyday tasks.

Your visiting home help will take care of any agreed jobs, such as cooking, washing up, and laundry. Keeping your home tidy can help you lower the risk of falls or injuries, and, with your everyday domestic tasks done, you can get on with enjoying your home.

To find out more about Abicare home help, contact us today.

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