Care in your home
Our specialised domiciliary care service enables people with epilepsy, other associated or additional complications, to maintain a positive lifestyle within their own home and community. We offer a service tailored towards meeting the person’s individual needs. We respect each individual’s right to independence, privacy, dignity and empower them to be able to make informed choices about their lives.
Support may include help with everyday tasks such as personal care, getting dressed, shopping, meal preparation, cooking, going out and about in community, social activities etc. Our staff can support with medication by providing:
- physical assistance
- medication management/prompting
- advice, encouragement and supervision
Additionally, emotional and psychological support can be provided to enable clients to:
- develop and maintain a sense of well-being
- promote socially acceptable behaviours
- manage the impact of their impairment/disability and specifically any cognitive impairment.
We also provide additional 1:1 support to residents living at the Epilepsy Society. This support is tailored to the individual’s needs and includes support to attend activities on site or off site. We would be pleased to discuss the possibility of providing this type of support should it be a consideration.
This service is provided by our highly trained staff who undertake a comprehensive training programme to enable them to deliver specialist epilepsy and medication support.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (opens new window) to provide both Supported Living and Domiciliary Care Services.
To find out more about our domiciliary care service please contact the Registered Service Manager on 01494 601 497.
To find out about accommodation available in Aylesbury please contact Aragon Housing Association.