Supporting independent living, whatever your care needs
Helping Hands offers a fully managed nurse-supported clinical care service, enabling individuals with more complex healthcare conditions to live independently at home. Working with 60 clinical commissioning groups across the UK, as well as a network of case managers and solicitors, we offer responsive, flexible solutions that deliver maximum choice and independence.
With extensive clinical experience from within the NHS, our clinical team of nurses – each registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council – manage care packages supporting a wide range of clinical conditions. They provide full face-to-face assessments, handpick expertly trained carers and personal assistants, and ensure continuity and co-ordination of care through effective carer and customer partnerships. This includes post-discharge rehabilitation plans, nutrition and physiotherapy.
From supporting people with progressive neurological conditions such as different types of dementia, through to an acquired brain or spinal cord injury, our registered nurses have specialisms in tracheostomy care, ventilator care, gastrostomy and complex continence needs, including catheter and stoma care. They place a special focus on the individual, developing safe and tailored care packages that enable independent living, whether that be at work, university or fulfilling goals, hobbies and interests.
As home care’s only Centre of Excellence, endorsed by the industry’s Skills for Care, we offer a continuous service with ongoing support and extra clinical training as required. Fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, we deliver outcomes to individuals whose needs are often deemed too difficult to support at home.
Call us if you’d like to find out more about clinical care at home and to arrange a free consultation with our nursing care team.Request a callback Request a brochure
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Expert assistance from the very start
Our team of registered nurses form the backbone of our nursing care services, bringing extensive clinical knowledge, professional expertise and many years of experience to the table. They work with you, your doctor, social services and occupational therapists to deliver the right amount of clinical support to meet your care needs.
We can offer 24 hour care from a carer who lives at home with you, or a drop-in service of tailored support, little and often. Whatever your preferences or needs – and wherever you’re based – our accredited nursing care experts can walk you through your options for safe and reliable home care.
We have 30 years’ experience as the nation’s favourite home care specialists. Our fully trained carers help with mobility issues and medication, plus preparing meals, doing daily chores, running errands and even offering companionship.
With the expertise, guidance and extra training from our nursing care team, our carers can also support with:
- Ventilated care – Nippy, BIPAP, CPAP ventilation and suctioning
- Continence care – including bowel care, catheterisation and bladder washout
- Tracheostomy care
- Stoma care – including peg-gastrostomy care, urostomy and colostomy care
- Nephrostomy care
- Parkinson’s treatments – Duodopa or APO-go Pump
- Cough assist
Nursing care costs
Our prices do depend on the level of support you require, so it’s best to contact us for a quote. Call us today on 03300376958 or request a callback.
Once we’ve spoken over the phone we can arrange for a free consultation in person – at your home, hospital or residential home – so we can confirm the final price.
With Helping Hands, you can be assured of clear pricing and no hidden fees.
Funded packages through the NHS
We regularly work with continuing healthcare (CHC) teams, including clinical leads and nurse assessors, to arrange urgent 24-hour or shifts of visiting care for complex needs.
If you’re a healthcare professional who is looking for a regulated home care provider with years of experience to support your cases, please contact our team.CHC commissioning
Arrange a free consultation
Once you get in touch, a member of our nursing care team can visit you at home to get a full picture of yours or your family’s care needs and the type of carer you’re looking for.
After this meeting we’ll assist you in handpicking a carer from our team. We can also assess whether any additional mobility aids or adaptations are needed for your home and help you through this process.
All of our carers are employed directly by us with regular reviews and ongoing training to ensure you’re getting the best kind of care. That’s one of the many reasons why we’re the nation’s favourite for home care.Request a free consultation
Elizabeth's story: How live-in support made all the difference
After suffering a serious stroke, 83-year-old Elizabeth had restricted swallowing, requiring peg feeding, and also experienced incontinence. Her family contacted us to provide clinical care in Elizabeth’s home, in the environment she knew the most.
With government funding secured, we worked with the family to choose the right live-in carer and put an advanced nursing care plan in place. Elizabeth now has the continuous support from her carer, meaning she no longer depends on the help of visiting district nurses. And Elizabeth’s carer also helps her to regularly visit her family to share extra special moments together.
Nursing Care FAQs
Nursing care is a package of care from a highly trained team, overseen by a clinical team of nurses to administer professional treatment for more complex conditions.
Residential care involves moving out of your home and environment to live in 24-hour supervised accommodation. Nursing care administers the same level of care for clinical conditions in the comfort of your own home.
A nursing care plan helps to identify the unique role that clinical nurses have in caring for the overall health and well-being of the care recipient. This will be tailored and unique to each of our customers.
Our team of carers can also assess whether any additional mobility aids or adaptations are needed for your home and help you through this process.
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We’re here seven days a week to talk through your home care needs and find the best option for you. Call 03300376958 or request a callback and we will call you.
Page reviewed by Deanna Lane, Senior Regional Clinical Lead on November 9, 2021