Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care is a service provided from within you own home. Here at Joining Hands, our goal is to help you gain a better quality of life whilst still maintaining your independence.Support is available from a couple of hours a week to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Home Nurse Examining Patient


We offer quality Domiciliary Care Services, for you and your loved ones.

Personal Care Services

Help is on hand to give you or your loved ones the maintenance that they're used to whilst showing compassion and respect. 

Our Staff is available for personal care which includes any daily tasks you may need extra support in such as; using the bathroom, showering, applying medicated and non medicated creams and lotions, brushing hair, cutting nails, and changing clothes, all in the comfort of the place you call home. 

Personal care for the elderly can cover, but is not limited to:

  • Bathing and showering, including bed-baths

  • Applying lotions and creams as required

  • Dressing and getting ready for bed

  • Support moving position in bed, to stretch and prevent bedsores

  • Changing or maintaining a stoma or catheter bag, or another form of clinical intervention

  • Oral hygiene

  • Applying make-up, and hair care 

  • Support with shaving

  • Foot care

  • Helping you to the toilet, including using a commode or bedpan

  • Changing continence pads, along with cleaning intimate areas

We offer bespoke services to provide the most cost-effective care possible for you, we will work around you and what you are comfortable with, our highly qualified and trained care staff will ensure that your care is of the utmost priority whilst giving you space and independence if you prefer to do some activities yourself.


As we all get on with our years, we would, unfortunately, witness family members or friends pass, perhaps your shielding and the usual familiar faces cannot visit you as frequently if at all during this pandemic. This can have a negative effect on you, and we're here to help! With an emphasis on mental health, our trained staff members will do activities to get your mind working (in a good and fun way!)

Everybody needs somebody at one point in their life, especially in this COVID-19 Pandemic it can sometimes be an awfully lonely world. Our Companionship Carer will go to your house or choice of location and spend time with you, whether it be going for a walk in the park, having a laugh at what you got up to when you were younger or play chess! We're interested in whatever you are interested in, our goal is to keep a smile on your face and feel relaxed and content by the end of the day. 

As part of our Companionship Service but also not limited to we offer:

  • Reminiscing and mental awareness stimulation

  • Escorting to medical and social appointments

  • Escorting to educational/employment establishments

  • Participation in hobbies

  • Walking and travelling

  • Assisting with an agreed programme of convalescence/ rehabilitation

  • Assisting with budgeting and finances


The total population prevalence of dementia among over 65s is 7.1% (based on 2013 population data). This equals one in every 79 (1.3%) of the entire UK population, and 1 in every 14 of the population aged 65 years and over.

Dementia can be a very aggressive form of mental and physical illness, our trained staff members are highly versed in the newest training and activities to help alleviate symptoms with Dementia patients. We understand that a familiar face is very important and a slight change of routine can have a negative knock-off effect on a person. Our quality service ensures that we take care of 100% of your needs whilst maintaining some independence in your life, at the comfort of your own home. Our Carer will take the time to get to know you and your habits, your likes and dislikes to make sure your daily life goes as smoothly as possible.

Grandmother and Grandson