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The Services We Provide 

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Home care services to suit your needs and requirements

Harmony Homecare Suffolk offers flexible home care services to allow you to live comfortable in the home you know best. From daily or weekly care visits, right through to the support of a live in carer, there are plenty of options available to you, even on a temporary basis. 

By choosing Harmony Homecare Suffolk, you are safe in the knowledge that the range of home care services which we provide are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). 

If you are looking for care or support, regardless of your health care needs, please get in touch with us to talk through your care requirements by calling 01284 663006

What does home care mean?

Home care offers that extra little bit of reassurance, support and companionship that may be needed for you to continue to live at home as independently as possible. We all need a little extra support at times. Whether it is help with household chores, personal care, mobility or medication, a dedicated carer will be there to assist giving you total peace of mind.  Just because you have care, it does not mean that you are confined to your home. Your carer or support worker can enable you to get out and about to pursue your hobbies, interests and allow you to live an independent life. We can support you while you are on holiday or visiting your family and friends.

Types of home care 

Care ans support comes in all shapes and sizes and all care packages are tailored to meet your individal needs and requirements.  You can arrange daily or weekly visits at times that suit, during the day or overnight. if you require support on-hand 24/7 our dedicated live in care service is the one for you.

Domiciliary Care 

With domiciliary care, you or your loved one can continue to stay in the place you feel most comfortable – at home. We provide ongoing support that’s completely built around your needs, requirements and routines. More families are opting for domiciliary care, otherwise known as home care, because it puts them back in control of they support they receive. With one-to- personal care, from 30 minutes per week and up to several visits per day, your care plan is completely tailored to your individual needs. 

Many families are opting for domiciliary care – otherwise known as care at home – because it puts them back in control of the support they receive. With one-to-one personal attention, from 30 minutes a week and up to several visits a day or overnight support, our care plans are completely built around you. 

Domiciliary care is provided to individuals who still live in their own homes but require additional support with activities such as personal care, household tasks and any other activity that allows them to maintain both their independence and quality of life. You may start to find it difficult to complete different areas of your daily routine and may require some support whilst staying in familiar surroundings. Regular home visits from a fully trained care worker can be arranged to help you with a wide range  of everyday tasks, which include: 

  • Toileting and continence requirements

  • Medication requirements and other health related activities

  • Manual handling

  • Nutrition and Hydration

  • Handling personal possessions and documents

  • Palliative care

  • Help with learning, physical, and sensory disabilities

  • Attend appointments

  • Escorted outings

  • Administrative tasks / form filling or letter writing

  • Laundry and general housework

  • Pet care/dog walking

  • Gardening and home repairs

  • Shopping/collecting prescriptions or pensions

  • Dementia care

  • Hospital discharge and support

We are also able to assist with a range of specialist tasks which include: 

  • Catheter Care – Changing catheter day and night bags, monitoring output, emptying/flushing

  • Assistance with ear drops/eye drops

  • Medication

  • Assistance with Ileostomy and Colostomy care

Domiciliary care offers a valuable source of companionship. Seeing a familiar face day-to-day, or a couple of times a week, brings comfort and a sense of friendship and feeling safe. This form of social care also benefits mental health, as a care worker is able to provide much needed companionship to some. Home care assistants are not just trained in delivering the physical aspects of care, but also offer emotional support, encouragement and reassurance. 

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