Our domiciliary support team provide a range of care and support package to help stay at home as long as they choose to be there.
Support around the home
dusting, cleaning, changing bed linen, towels, laundry, ironing, grocery shopping, meal preparation, etc.
dressing and undressing, washing and bathing, shaving, assisting with hair and make-up, continence care, and support with prescribed medications.
conversations, encouraging the family and friends, help with keeping up correspondence
Home from hospital
Escort home from hospital, preparation of the home environment and rehabilitation support
encouraging and supporting hobbies, career, interest at home, local communities, encourage exercise, accompany people to social occasions, prayers meeting visit special places
Who we support
Whoever the client, we help those live more independent and fulfilling lives
we deliver and support older people and can provide specialised nursing duties and palliative care
People with Disabilities
Our team comprise of ENT Specialist, Orthopaedic specialist and special needs specialist.
Our team can help people with learning disabilities acquire the skills they need in order to live a more independent and fulfilling life. Strategic approach to help clients with physical disabilities to overcome the challenges they may face with daily task.
Recent study shows that, most deafness and hearing impairment are caused by preventable and curable ear infections which in turn, affect speech and language development. This causes the affected persons to have slow progression in life.
Children and families
provide assistance for families and disabled children or parent themselves who have disability.
People with mental health issues
our team can provide treatment, care and support for people living with a range of challenging, complex or long term mental health condition.
- Our teamwork with colleagues of Ghana Health Service to provide care and also empower patient to manage their own care. The service reduces pressure on hospital places. eg without someone to administer eye drop, a client recovering from a cataract surgery cannot be discharged. However with a home visit package in place, provided by a domiciliary care service team, the client could be discharged to recover in the comfort of their home. carers can visit 4 times a day; if needed to provide a separate package of support with bathing, meals, having to get the best outcome for each person