Personal care

Personal Care is essential to ensure that older people and people with disabilities have the support they need to remain independent. Personal Care can be carried out by care assistants or loved ones in your own home or staff in a care home.

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Home care

Home Care involves having a personal carer come to the person's home to assist with activities such as assisting with toileting, washing, showering, bathing, and cleaning teeth. Care homes provide personal care as well as 24-hour supervision, and nursing homes support those who require more intensive medical or nursing care.

No matter which type of personal care is required, it is vital to meet the individual's needs and preferences to ensure their safety and comfort. This includes ensuring that necessary equipment is provided and that the environment is suitable for their needs. With the correct type of personal care, older people and people with disabilities can continue living independently for longer.

Personal Care Assistants can help with the following:

  • Washing and showering

  • Going to the toilet

  • Toothbrushing

  • Getting in and out of bed

  • Putting clothes and shoes on

  • Taking medication