Being diagnosed with dementia can often be a relief after weeks and months of uncertainty, but as you and your loved ones are coming to terms with the changes in your life, the last thing you may be thinking about is care, however dementia is a life-limiting, progressive condition that will mean you will most likely need care at some point along your dementia journey. Helping Hands can help you to live your highest quality of life at home, thanks to our more than 30 years of experience in supporting people with their care in the place they love the most. Our Altrincham care team will support you in any way you need with your day-to-day routines and because we understand how to support people with dementia, you and your loved ones’ wellbeing will always be prioritised.
The benefits of receiving your dementia care at home are wide-ranging. You get to remain in a place that means the world to you, surrounded by precious people, pets and possessions, while receiving all the support you need, which can help to reduce any confusion and anxiety you may be experiencing. You may have lived on your home for decades and love its familiarity, the garden you planted yourself or the views from your favourite armchair, so why leave them just because you need care?
You can remain in your own home and have either visiting care or live-in care delivered by compassionate Helping Hands carers who will always support you to live your very best life at home. When you choose visiting care you’ll have regular visits from carers who can enhance your quality of life by helping you with every aspect of your regular routine. This can include your personal care, meal preparation, mobility, medication, housework and so much more. They will even help you to access the local community and re-engage with people you may have struggled to see since you were diagnosed.
We believe that our carers are among the most compassionate in the whole industry and will look after you to the highest standards while promoting your independence. We feel our carers are the heart of our business because without them we wouldn’t be able to support as many people as we do, every single day. We only accept carers to work for us who have high levels of natural compassion and empathy, and to ensure they can look after you well we train them with all the skills they’ll need. In addition, we screen all carers through the Disclosure and Barring Service to ensure your safety at home, plus because we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Care Inspectorate Wales, you’re assured of consistently high service at all times.
Our customer care specialists are waiting to hear from you today and seven days a week to explain your care options to you in the Altrincham area. Alternatively, contact us via our website and we’ll be happy to call you back.