Care at Home

What does it do?

Domiciliary Care is for people who wish to continue living in their own home, but need help with daily tasks. Visits, which usually take place 1-3 times a day, can include assistance in and out of bed, personal care and meal preparation. MindCare prioritises staff developing relationships with the people they visit.

Respite Care at Home – The family carers of people with dementia often find it difficult to have a break. MindCare provides carers with an opportunity to go out on their own knowing their family member is being well cared for in the familiar environment of their own home. Daytime, overnight and weekend breaks are all available.

Staff in the Care at Home service are fully trained and vetted and hold relevant qualifications in social care.

Who it is for?

For carers of people with dementia

Where it is available?

Local service (Bromley).

How to access or apply for it:

see contact details above

Additional information:

MindCare is registered and therefore licensed to provide services by the Care Quality Commission – www.cqc.org.uk

Classification(s):

Info last updated:

22/08/2011