I noticed once again that domiciliary care services are very adaptable to the needs of those in the community. In a recent article a new ‘respite at home’ service for elderly veterans, partners and carers was launched by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
It’s great to see that our former service men and woman are given the support they need in their later years and that companies are looking to provide care for specific groups of people and cater to their specific needs.
The service in the article is based in West Sussex and also provides companionship for ex-servicemen and their families. Friendly visits usually take in activities, light snacks and help with personal needs for up to five hours per week.