The service we provide...

Our specialist care services give genuine choice and flexibility…

Affinity Homecare’s dedicated staff will bring a professional approach to the provision of quality care to all of our clients. As a team of care professionals, we are ideally placed to provide a care package that will allow our clients to remain in their own homes.

Affinity Homecare ensure complete flexibility to all clients by operating a 24-hour a day service from a 30-minute call to full-time live-in care, including temporary respite cover. All clients receive an assessment of their needs which forms the basis of their care plan.  The role of the care worker is to meet the client’s needs and to ensure they are supported at all times and that their privacy, dignity and independence are maintained.


Care at home services

·           Assisting with personal care, which includes washing, showering and bathing.

·           Assistance with dressing.

·           Assisting with continence care, continence pads, catheter, conveens and stoma care.

·           Assisting with light household duties, which includes, but is not limited to, laundry, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning floors and taking the rubbish/recycling out.

·           Monitor and maintain nutrition and hydration needs and preparing/serving meals of choice. 

·           Administering medication, which includes applying creams, patches and eye/ear/nose drops.

·           Support with skin integrity, prevention of pressure sores, applying creams and liaising with district nurses.

·           Support with compression stockings.

·           Ordering and collecting prescriptions from the GP and pharmacy.

·           Supporting with appointments; this includes, but is not limited to, hospital, GP, dental, and social worker.

·           Working with other agencies to provide a person-centred approach to care, including GP’s, social workers, occupational therapists, district nurses, equipment stores, family/friends and advocates. 

·           Checking that equipment such as hoists, stairlifts and electric stand aids are within service dates.

·           Ensuring all equipment is fit for purpose.

·           Support with and checking pendant/falls alarms are in good working order.

·           Safe and Welfare Check.

·           Support to attend events, such as but not limited to, social and religious events, hobbies and interests, and community groups. 

·           Assistance with shopping trips.


Live-in Care Services

Live-in Care Workers work with clients on a 24-hour basis to provide care and support as detailed in the care plan for each client based upon their individual needs.  Such duties include:

·           Assist with laundry and ironing.

·           Plan, prepare, cook and serve meals to meet nutritional needs.

·           Ordering and collecting prescriptions from the GP and pharmacy.

·           Support with pet care.

·           Assisting with small cash transactions.

·           Assisting with personal care, which includes washing, showering and bathing.

·           Assistance with dressing.

·           Assisting with continence care, continence pads, catheter, conveens and stoma care.

·           Assisting with light household duties, which includes, but is not limited to, laundry, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning floors and taking the rubbish/recycling out.

·           Monitor and maintain nutrition and hydration needs and preparing/serving meals of choice. 

·           Administering medication, which includes applying creams, patches and eye/ear/nose drops.

·           Support with skin integrity, prevention of pressure sores, applying creams and liaising with district nurses.

·           Support with compression stockings.

·           Ordering and collecting prescriptions from the GP and pharmacy.

·           Supporting with appointments; this includes, but is not limited to, hospital, GP, dental, and social worker.

·           Working with other agencies to provide a person-centred approach to care, including GP’s, social workers, occupational therapists, district nurses, equipment stores, family/friends and advocates. 

·           Checking that equipment such as hoists, stairlifts and electric stand aids are within service dates.

·           Ensuring all equipment is fit for purpose.

·           Support with and checking pendant/falls alarms are in good working order.

·           Safe and Welfare Check.

·           Support to attend events, such as but not limited to, social and religious events, hobbies and interests, and community groups. 

·           Assistance with shopping trips.


Specialist Services

·           Dementia/Alzheimer Care

·           Reablement/Rehabilitation Care

·           Physical Disabilities

·           End of Life Care

·           Palliative Care

·           Provide Respite Care

·           Support during the night

·           Diabetes Care

·           Companionship