Home is where the heart is. And if some household tasks are getting to be a problem, don’t worry. Help is at hand, in the shape of DSCP Care, the care experts.
It’s a fact that 97 per cent of people feel most comfortable in their familiar home environment. And more than 7 in 10 of older people want to stay at home independently for as long as possible. They opt for home care, social care or support service at home. DSCP Care brings you the services you are looking for.
DSCP Care is an established home care institution registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010.
DSCP Care is a byword for professionally delivered home care assistance - whether temporary or over an extended period. We pride ourselves on personal contact and easy communication that makes for tailor-made, high-quality care. And above all, we listen to what YOU want. Because at the end of the day, the decision is all yours.
We’re on hand to provide support in tasks you can no longer perform independently. Our personalised care addresses your particular needs. But we’re also happy to work alongside family members, relatives, social workers and other care professionals in pursuit of your well-being. Just ask and we’ll be pleased to help
Call us for a free, no-obligation consultation about the personal care you require. We are happy to give advice and assist you in setting up a personal care plan in your home environment. Our service covers all aspects of physical care, including help with bathing or showering, getting dressed, guided walks and help with cooking, to mention just a few. We can help from half an hour to several hours a day... just think of the difference it could make to your quality of life.
We work hand-in-hand with other healthcare professionals, including physios, occupational therapists and social workers. Our 'Living in Care' network ensures you receive the best care at home in all circumstances. DSCP Care supports those dealing with a chronic illness or psychiatric problems. But there’s also guidance on coping with a mental disability or a sick child. Equally, we can help if you’ve had a temporary setback and are slowly trying to regain control of your life.
A change of routine and environment can be very daunting for someone living with dementia. That is why more people than ever turn to home help and support rather than care in a nursing home, so that their loved one can stay in the place they know and love. We value and listen to the person, not the condition.