Domiciliary Care Service

Domiciliary Care Service

[IECC Care] provides holistic support within your own chosen way of life in your own home strictly adhering to our six values. After the initial assessment a support plan and risk assessment will be completed, and the service will be individually tailored to meet the needs and satisfaction of the individual service user.

It aims to enable the person to be as autonomous and independent as possible. The care you receive is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, but the accommodation is not regulated. The care you receive will be Holistic/Social Care rather than Medical Care.

The Services [IECC Care] offer:


Assistance in getting up in the morning and/or getting into bed

Assistance in getting dressed or undressed

Assistance in self-help skills

Assistance with continence needs

Assistance/Guidance with ordering, storing and administration of medication.

Promote self-medication as prescribed through education and teaching practice.

Assistance with shopping, budgeting, paying bills, and preparing meals.

Assistance in accessing health services and religious services.

Assistance in accessing and attending college, work or leisure activities.

Assistance with visiting friends and families.

24 Hour Skilled Staff for (Assistance/Care) services will be provided including Night Sleep in and Awake Staff. (this includes 1:1,2:1 or as required).

Live-In Care Services. (this includes 1:1,2:1 or as required)

Assistance in maintaining a functional home including household chores.

Assistance/Care for Adults under 65 years of age.

Assistance in Community Participation.

Assistance/Care for Adults over 65 years of age.

Assistance/Care for Children to Young Adults [Over 13 up to 18 Years of Age]- with sensory impairments, substance misuse problems, learning disabilities, complex/special needs, mental health needs, behavioural disorders, physical disabilities.

Assistance/Care for Adult [Over18 Years of Age]- with sensory impairments, substance misuse problems, learning disabilities, complex/special needs, mental health needs, behavioural disorders, physical disabilities.

Assistance/Care for Adults with Dementia.

Assistance/Care for Adults with Sensory Impairments.

Assistance/Care for adults with Substance Misuse Problems.

Assistance/Care for individuals whose rights are restricted under the Mental Health Act.