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Making a Difference Every Day


York Domiciliary Care provides services to adults with learning disabilities and with a wide range of complex needs

Service Description

To provide quality support to adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health, brain injury, dementia, substance missue, who live in their own tenanted properties. To actively promote participation in support, support planning and accessing the community. The service is registered with Care Quality Commission as a Domicilary Care Service.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Our aim is to provide quality support to individuals to enable and empower them to maintain their independence and achieve their goals and outcomes.

What does the Service offer?

We support individuals to have an active and independent life and we can support individuals in activities in the home or community, such as:

  • Accessing services
  • Health needs
  • Accessing education, leisure, employment
  • Supporting people with finances and managiing budgets/planning
  • Support to manage housing needs
  • Support individuals to develop daily living skills such as cooking a meal, domestic tasks, dealing with correspondance, meal planning, shopping
  • Work within assessed needs and monitoring changing needs
  • Manage and take positive risks
  • Use person centred approaches for support and planning

 Who should be referred to this service?

We assist indviduals who require support with everyday needs from domestic tasks, attending appointments, social activities and any other need they may require support with, this is including personal care.

Who can refer?

Referrals will be accepted from anybody and there are no automatic exclusions from our service. You or someone else must pay for the support service .

Contact Details

Manager:     Rachel Alcock

Email:           rachel.alcock@st-annes.org.uk