Support Services

Support Services

Support services involve assistance with day-to-day personal chores that might be hard to carry out due to sickness or old age. Some of these chores include shaving, using the lavatory, dressing up, washing, etc. For people with locomotive dysfunction, the care staff use hoists and sliders to change their positions and locations.

The individual has to choose what kind of service they want and the service schedule. More so, domiciliary support service is often done, holding the patient in high regard

Support Services includes but is not limited to:

● Hoovering

● Ironing

● Dusting and polishing

● Washing and Cleaning

● Help with making beds

● Sitting in Services