Our services Information, Advice & Family support Lincolnshire Domiciliary Care The Lincolnshire Domiciliary Care service provides high quality personal care for disabled children and young people within their family home. How does the service work? In Lincolnshire Domiciliary Care can only be provided by KIDS if it has been identified as a need through a social work assessment. Where families meet the criteria for support the allocated social worker will contact KIDS with details of the number of hours available each week and the care to be provided. We will contact the family and arrange a home visit. At this visit we will complete the necessary paperwork to ensure a comprehensive care plan is drawn up to meet the individual needs of the child or young person. We will at this point discuss when the family would like to receive the support. A Domiciliary Care worker will be identified based on the competencies required and an introductory visit will then be made with the family. Who is the service for? The service is for any disabled child or young person in Lincolnshire that meets the criteria for domiciliary care following a social work assessment. How much does it cost? The service is free to families as it is funded by social care. Times of service? This will be determined based on the individual needs of the family. How does my child access the service? Social Work assessment Contact Details Children with Disabilities Team 01522 782111 KIDS Lincoln Office 01522 542937 [email protected] KIDS have been commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council.