When might I need domiciliary care?
Domiciliary care is for those times when you might need extra help to stay in the comfort of your own home.
Whether you have had a recent traumatic brain injury, or you have a long-standing neurological disorder such as Alzheimer's or an autism spectrum disorder, domiciliary care will support you to stay in your home during times of need. Domiciliary care supports people through a short convalescence, a medium-term rehabilitation or a long-term lifestyle need.
Our fully trained and experienced domiciliary carers can provide a range of home care.
We work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. By communicating and working with your GP, social workers and/or district nurses we want to ensure you are receiving the right level of care.
To find out more about how Unisus can help you at home, have a look at our Domiciliary Care page.