Helping Hands Home Care
Helping Hands have over 23 years experience in providing live-in care and are rated excellent in their latest CQC inspection report. They also recently won the Great British Care Awards Trainer of the Year award and were regional winners for the Over 250 employees for Care Company of the Year. They are one of the largest live-in care providers in England and Wales but still retain their family values and roots.
Live-in care from Helping Hands is an established, award winning full-time care at home service which allows you, or your loved one, to stay at home in familiar and relaxed surroundings with an incomparable level of one to one support. Embracing personal care, housekeeping and companionship it is a direct alternative to residential care that empowers you to retain control and independence.
Your professional live-in carer works with you to meet your personal needs and wishes, following an individually designed support plan that is put together by one of our local assessors in conjunction with those that are familiar with existing routines and needs. Your care is arranged on your terms and is designed to meet existing preferences for meals and eating times, naps and hobbies as well as established medication and care routines. And as your needs change, our one-to-one care has the flexibility to evolve with you.
Who to contact
- 0333 060 5795 0333 060 5795
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2-4 Archway Close
- N19 3TD
Time / date details
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MON-FRI: 8am-7pm. SAT-SUN: 9am-6pm
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Main benefits surrounding our service; • We allow clients to select the carer they want based exacting requirements; both physical and social • We guarantee cover for our clients. In essence, this means that we will never let you down if our carer should be unwell or unable to cover. We will find you a replacement • Our fully trained carers are excellent at promoting independence whilst providing plenty of care and support • We directly employ, supervise and closely manage all of our carers and endeavor to closely match our clients specific requirements with our carer's relevant skills • Our carers receive nationally recognised training through our training centre based at Minerva Mill in Alcester, Warwickshire. • Our carers work long periods, generally 4 - 8 weeks at a time, providing excellent continuity of care - meaning that our clients will be able to build up a relationship and a rapport with their carer who will be familiar with all routines so things are done their way, to their preferences and to suit their lifestyle
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