Personal and nursing care may be an option if you need support to live comfortably and safely at home.
Personal care means anything done for you that's of a personal nature, like:
personal hygiene – bathing, showering, hair washing, shaving, oral hygiene and nail care
continence management – toileting, catheter/stoma care, skin care, incontinence laundry and bed changing
food and diet – help with eating, special diets and food preparation
immobility problems – dealing with being immobile or substantially immobile
counselling and support – behaviour management, psychological support and reminding devices
simple treatments – assistance with medication (like eye drops), application of creams and lotions, simple dressings and oxygen therapy
personal assistance – help with dressing, surgical appliances, prostheses, mechanical and manual aids, help getting in and out of bed and using hoists
Nursing care involves the knowledge and skills of a qualified nurse. It might include care like administering injections or managing pressure sores.