Domiciliary Care North West is a domiciliary outreach service that cares for people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, acquired brain injury and restricted movement within their own homes and in specialist-supported living homes across the Manchester area. People are supported through a person-centred planning approach, which is tailored towards individual needs and focused on outcomes.
Each person is encouraged to take part in meaningful activities in order to enrich their lives and increase their independence. Additionally, people are supported to identify and maintain any education placements, volunteering and/or work experience. Skilled team members work with individuals, healthcare professionals and family members in order to provide the best care and support.
Due to the complex needs of those we support, our teams are specifically recruited and trained to provide tailored support for each person. This means we build our team around people’s individual needs and also encourage the person, their family and any support networks to take part in recruitment. We provide continuity and consistency of support by experienced support team members with designated key workers.