Disability care is simply practical help with anything from everyday tasks like housework and bathing, to assistance with complex needs like continence. Specially trained carers, experienced in working with people living with disabilities, can be employed to come into the home and lend a hand. They can assist for just an hour or so, or they can provide 24-hour supervision depending on the individual’s needs.
Carers can help with using the bathroom, lifting and transferring, washing, dressing and much more. Home care can be flexible and can be adapted to it any changing needs, which is particularly important if someone is affected by a degenerative disease, or finds themselves temporarily disabled. The right caregiver can help each individual lead a comfortable and fulfilling life, in their own home.