Disability home care

Disability home care is basic practical help with anything from housework, washing and dressing bathing, to more complex help. Disability carers can be employed to come into your home and help out.

With disability home care support people function better and can help people affected by disability to live on their own and with dignity. Each disabled person will have different challenges and needs, so there is not a one size fits all solution. Home care for disabled adults follows careful assessment to identify the support required and then find the right person to provide that care.

Help is at hand, you are not alone, there is a solution…

ProCare provides a wide range of home care support staff including disability home care and services around South Wales, principally in Cardiff, Newport, Barry, Penarth, Caerphilly and Newport.

We can provide qualified and experienced carers and nurses for :-

  • Old gentlemanElderly persons or couples
  • Infirmed, of any age
  • Dementia sufferers
  • Alzheimers suffers
  • Learning disability adults
  • Mental health issues
  • Medical issues, peg feeding, diabetes
  • Shopping and general support
  • A companionship service, socialising and chatting
  • 24 hour live-in cover (around many parts of the UK)
  • Night sitters, day sitters, respite for a few hours
  • Carers to assist with bath time and washing, hair care


If you, your partner, your parent(s), or relative needs a little help, or a great deal of help, we can assist by providing professionally trained home help carers or nurses. You need not suffer on alone. Even if all you need is a few hours away from your role as carer for a loved one, we can help.


Call us on 02920 258 300 for a confidential chat with no obligations.


There is a solution, help is at hand, you are not alone…


Support frame“Procare Nursing has provided the care for my husband for the past 3 years. Throughout that time we have had the same excellent, reliable and appropriately qualified carers, which gives my husband the complete continuity of care essential for someone who suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease.


I have total confidence in the carers and they also stay in the house to look after my husband when I am away on respite. If there are any problems or emergencies I know I can rely on the management and office staff who are always helpful and efficient and willing to take time to discuss anything that I may need.


It is very reassuring to know there is always someone at the end of a phone at whatever time of day.”