Domiciliary Care

What is Domiciliary care

Domiciliary care is where a range of services is provided to an individual in the comfort of their home thus promoting independence and individualism.

The level of care and support provided can vary based on the individual’s specific needs and can range from short visits to round-the-clock care

Domiciliary care can be a valuable option for individuals who prefer to remain in their homes rather than moving to a care facility such as a care or residential home. We can provide care to you following surgery or post discharge from hospital.
We will provide personalised care , tailored to the individual’s needs, promoting their well-being, comfort, and overall quality of life.

Why choose our Domiciliary Care

Devoted Butterfly is the ideal choice for domiciliary care due to their unwavering commitment to providing exceptional and personalised care to individuals in the comfort of their own homes.

With a team of highly trained and compassionate caregivers, they ensure that each client receives the utmost attention and support in all aspects of their daily lives. From assistance with personal care and medication management to meal preparation and light housekeeping, Devoted Butterfly goes above and beyond to meet the unique needs and preferences of each individual.

Their dedication to maintaining a safe and nurturing environment fosters a sense of security and peace of mind for both clients and their families. With a focus on promoting independence and enhancing quality of life, Devoted Butterfly is the trusted choice for domiciliary care.

Domiciliary care is where a range of services is provided to an individual in the comfort of their home thus promoting independence and individualism.

Routine household tasks

Light domestic cleaning, including laundry and linen changes, meal preparation and pet care.

Personal care

Getting out of bed, washing, dressing and preparing for the day or settling down for the evening and going to bed.


Many older people experience loneliness and isolation. Sometimes all that’s needed is a bit of a company, a cup of tea and a chat, or a walk around the garden.

Getting out and about

Our carers can also accompany you to get out of the house safely and with confidence, whether it’s a visit to friends or relatives, a trip to a day centre, a hospital or a doctor appointment.

Managing medication

Our carers will assist you with administering your medication on time and making sure you receive the correct dosage.

Respite Care

Respite care allows families to plan a break or even a holiday with the peace of mind that their loved one is being looked after with the same level of care and compassion as they offer themselves.

After Stroke Care

The after-effects of a stroke can be more than just physical, they can be long term and life changing. Strokes can occur to people at all stages of life and can have a very sudden and devastating impact on all involved.
Home Care

Emergency Care

All manner of events can trigger a need for emergency care, an accident, a fall, a sudden deterioration in health or a change in circumstances that may mean a family caregiver or current carer is unable to provide the care you need. We are here to help you.

Palliative Care

Effective palliative care requires a broad multidisciplinary approach that includes the family and makes use of available community resources; it can be successfully implemented even if resources are limited.

Errands and Shopping

We provide services to assist with your day-to-day life, whether you are too busy to pop out to pick up your prescription or have an urgent errand that needs running

End of Life Care

Being supported to die at home in a place filled with the memories you have made throughout your life and surrounded by the people you love can make a huge difference in your final days..

Convalescent Care

Nobody likes being in hospital and we all know that the best place to get better is at home. The sooner you are out of hospital, the quicker you are likely to be on the mend. 

Interim Care

A flexible care plan that allows you to take your time to decide on your long term care needs.

Physical Injuries

Our carers provide vital physical and emotional support to those with traumatic physical injury.