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Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care is health care or supportive care provided by a professional caregiver in the individual home where the patient or client is living, as opposed to care provided in group accommodations like clinics or nursing homes. Domiciliary care is also known as home care, social care or in-home care.

Personal Care

Aregons Personal Care services provide the highest quality care and support in the home. We want to support you to maintain your independence and dignity at home, ensuring you always feel comfortable and safe.

Whilst providing care of a sensitive nature our Carers take your individual choices into consideration. Maintaining your self-esteem is the most important thing to us when providing our Personal Care services.


We can assist you with (but not limited to):

  • Applying creams

  • Support with repositioning in bed

  • Stretching and improving flexibility

  • Dressing and getting ready for bed

  • Applying make-up, and hair care

  • Changing continence pads

  • Assistance in shaving

  • Bathing and showering, including bed-baths

  • Helping you to the toilet, including using a commode or bedpan

  • Oral hygiene

Your care requirements are tailored to your personal needs and routine, so you have the continuation of your normal schedule.

Companion Care

Many older people can spend extended periods of time without having meaningful a conversation, which can reduce their quality of life.

If you, or your loved one needs someone to have a chat with and keep them company at home or during daily activities, our Registered Nurses and Carers can provide elderly Companion Care of the highest standards.​

This type of care is for those who do not need a lot of help but would like the companionship and support during their daily activities. This can have an emotional and cognitive benefit for elderly individuals due to the engaging conversations and reassurance when daily hassles or unfortunate life events occur.

Some ways our Carers provide companionship:

  • Suggesting engaging activities to enjoy

  • Joining in on favourite hobbies and pastimes

  • Accompaniment on daily tasks or outings to local events

  • Getting to know friends and family when they visit or during group occasions

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