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We want to help you live at home independently, safely and for as long as possible.
If you or a relative needs help at home, the first thing you need to do is call for an assessment. Many of these services are free but there are charges for some.
Care at Home is there to help if you have a disability, a chronic illness, a mental health illness or dementia.
We can provide help to ensure that you:
After an assessment our home carers can help you with personal care and basic tasks around the home (known as non-personal care.) Personal care includes help with:
Your service all depends on your needs. We will speak to you regularly to make sure you are getting the best service. Over time you may need less help or more help. By keeping in touch with you, we can ensure that the service is adjusted to help you achieve your outcomes.
Home carers are either employed directly by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership or one of our partners and can be identified by an ID badge.
All of our home carers go through regular training. We work with NHS Fife, Police, Fire and Community Safety experts to train people in other skills such as continence, dementia care, palliative care and community safety awareness.