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What you didn’t know home help was for

Think of home care and thoughts of personal care, medication support and hoisted transfers may spring to mind. But home care is much more than this, and for many it’s as simple as some extra help around the house. Let’s take a look at a few of the lesser-known tasks that are covered by home […]

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Proud to be featured in LSE’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain

Ripples of excitement are running through the Helping Hands teams as we’ve been recognised in the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2018. Now in its fifth year, the LSE’s report is an annual round-up of the UK’s most dynamic and fastest-growing small to medium-sized businesses. Helping Hands is one of the few […]

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Home care’s first ever Centre of Excellence

Have you heard the news? Helping Hands was recently endorsed as a Centre of Excellence, making us the first and only full-service homecare provider to receive such a recognition. The accolade comes from Skills for Care, the strategic body for the adult social care workforce in England, after they reviewed the overall training and induction […]

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Glassdoor names Tim Lee as care industry’s Top CEO

We’re pleased to announce that Helping Hands Chief Executive, Tim Lee, has once again been officially named as a Top CEO, the only chief exec in the care industry to receive such an accolade. Awarded for the second year running, Tim is named by Glassdoor – one of the world’s largest job and recruiting websites […]

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A typical day of live-in care

Live-in care, as its name suggests, sees a carer move into your home with you to support with any day-to-day tasks you may be finding difficult. Whether it’s helping you to get dressed first thing in the morning or making sure you’re safe and comfortable at night, a live-in carer will be by your side […]

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Care homes are not the only option

Homes aren’t just buildings – they’re places that hold special memories and where we feel the safest. Sadly, many families believe that the only way for their loved one to get the right care is by moving into a care or nursing home – away from their home comforts. Admitting your loved one needs some […]

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Why older workers are choosing a rewarding career in care

Whether it’s for a financial boost or because of a calling to find a new, strong purpose, more older workers over the age of 50 are choosing to work in care, some for the first time in their lives. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), during the past year alone more than 100,000 […]

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Mobile technology tracking home care visits

There’s no mistake that we’re feet-first in a digital age – one of instant alerts about the international news of the day right through to all the local gossip from friends and family. It’s also a time of utilising mobile technology for daily tasks, whether it’s getting step-by-step directions, booking a holiday or paying a […]

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Personal care and the role of the carer

Personal care, including support with bathing, dressing and sometimes toileting, is often an essential part of the role of a carer. And it’s about more than just preventing bacteria and viruses – the sensation of being clean and dry works towards being comfortable and content, as well as happy. Needing help with personal care doesn’t […]

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