Our Services

What is domiciliary care?

Having domiciliary care means you or your loved one can be supported with their care needs while continuing to be at home. We provide the support that is needed to continue to live the way you want to. It ensures you are in control
of the support you receive from our one-to-one service.

How domiciliary care works with GoldLeaf.

At Gold Leaf we listen to our service users, understand their lifestyle, expectations and their needs to ensure we deliver all aspects of their day to day healthcare and wellbeing.

We understand that every service user is unique, and we tailor each package to their individual requirements. Person centred care is at the core of our service and we take the time to put a care plan in place that the service user is 100% happy with. We aim to match our service users with care staff who share common interests, personality and hobbies, this helps to build strong, trusting
and lasting relationships.

A member of the office team from your local branch will visit you at your hometo discuss you needs and requirements, this will be a detailed assessment that helps to develop a person-centred care plan for you.

You will receive your bespoke care package tailored to your unique requirements, and you will have your own carer or team of carers. They will help you achieve your personal needs and wishes, while supporting you through your plan, we aim be fully flexible and adaptable to your needs at all times. Your plan will be regularly monitored and reviewed with you to ensure we are delivering the service you deserve.

GoldLeaf domiciliary care services will not just support you at home, we will provide support to enable you to continue living your life, the way you want to. We are able to accompany you to doctor’s appointments, to the shops, to access the community and socialise with friends and family and will support you to live an independent life. Our aim is to exceed the expectations of our
service users.

Our fully trained carers can support you with personal care, medication management, meal preparation and accessing the community as well as medical support including catheterisation and & convene care. We also work closely with district nurses and occupational therapists when required to ensure that we can deliver care that meets your specific needs.