Our branch in Beverley is home to a plethora of home care professionals, dedicated to their expertise in person-centred support. With industry-leading training and an innate proclivity for kindness, our team adheres to the Care Quality Commission’s guidelines throughout their development, while providing an unrivalled service with compassion at the forefront of its delivery.
Working together to offer bespoke and tailored home care, the local team cover Beverley, Brandesburton, Hull, Market Weighton, Seaton, Skirlaugh, Walkington and the surrounding areas.
Voted as one of the best places to live in England, Beverley truly is the ‘jewel of Yorkshire’. With its beautiful surroundings, rich history and picturesque town centre, this charming place has a whole host of things to discover – not to mention being home to a team of dedicated carers from Helping Hands.
Specialising in visiting, complex and live-in care for the past 30 years, we’ll work with you to ensure you get the best out of your care and enable you to live independently in your own home. Starting from just 30-minutes per week, we can devise a care package tailored to your needs that can change as your requirements do.
"Hello, My name is Kirsty and I am the Branch Manager at Helping Hands in Beverley and Hull. As branch manager, I am accountable for all care and business operations. On a daily basis I ensure that all our care is covered, review our compliance and ensure we are compliant with CQC. I have a fantastic team of office staff that look after our recruitment and provide all mandatory training to our continually growing team of carers.
"I started working for Helping Hands at the end of 2019 as a care coordinator which I thoroughly enjoyed, before progressing within the company and becoming Branch Manager in October 2020."
For over 30 years, we've been supporting people with care, nurse-supported care and companionship across England and Wales. As industry-leaders in home care, we know what it takes to provide the right level of care so that you can retain your independence in the comfort of your beloved home.
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Family-run and experts in home care since 1989
Fully flexible care packages as your needs change
Flexible care provided in your own home with a fully qualified carer. Visits start from as little as 30 minutes up to several hourly or overnight calls throughout the week.
One-to-one support from a fully qualified care that lives with you. Full-time support so you can stay at home where you feel most comfortable.
Visiting care could be the perfect solution for you if you’ve found that you’ve been struggling to keep up with the housework due to being unsteady on your feet, or if you’ve recently been diagnosed with a condition that requires you to have extra support with your personal care. Our expertly trained carers will offer care that adheres to your needs but upholds your dignity.
Led by you, we’ll aim to put everything in place that allows you to live your life the way you want to, without the need of going into residential care.
And we don’t just support the elderly – Helping Hands support many young adults living with a variety of conditions such as cerebral palsy, learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries. For many, care isn’t just about the practical support that we offer, it’s about the companionship too. So, whether you want to keep in touch with your friends but need assistance to get out and about, we can help.
At Helping Hands, we want to enable as many people as possible to remain in their own homes without having to compromise on their care needs. With live-in care, even the most complex needs can be catered for, as your carer will live with you in your home and be on hand when you need them.
With the assistance of an experienced clinical nurse team, our live-in carers are able to support with catheters and stomas, tracheostomies and PEG feeding all whilst you remain in the comfort of your own home.
It can be quite a daunting prospect to have someone live with you that you don’t know, but our team will work closely with you to select the right carer for you. So, if you enjoy following the horse racing at Beverly Racecourse or visiting the medieval market in the town centre, we’ll find someone that is not only equipped to handle your care needs, but who suits your personality and interests too.
Domiciliary care means that you get to make the decisions about your care, without having to adhere to the strict routines that may come with moving to a residential home. Just because you may be less mobile, it doesn’t mean that choices should be made for you. The team will respect your wishes and routines in conjunction with providing the very highest level of care.
Providing everything from support with personal care and mobility to cleaning, cooking and companionship, we’ll do everything we can to make sure all aspects of your home life are taken care of.
With Helping Hands leading the way for dementia care, we understand how to take care of someone living with the condition without losing their individuality. Many people often hark back to their younger years, whereas others struggle with their mental health – whatever the symptoms, we’ll help both you and your loved ones to understand and cope.
Dementia can often be very confusing and unsettling for both the individual living with the condition and their family around them. We’ll make sure you know exactly which carers will be looking after you and ensure we keep to your preferred routine. That way, you can rest assured that familiarity is always guaranteed.
Elderly care can be little or more often, depending on your needs and requirements. Or it might just be that you’ve recently been widowed and you’re looking for a familiar, friendly face to pop in for a cup of tea and a chat. Whatever your situation, the team can start care from as little as 30 minutes per week all the way up to live-in care, so that you can stay in the place where you loved and that you’re used to – your home.
Whether you’ve just been discharged from hospital or your regular caregiver needs to take a break, respite care is suitable for a whole host of different scenarios, particularly those that can crop up at the last minute. In as little as 24 hours from your first enquiry, we can swiftly put a carer in place to provide professional yet compassionate care and reassure you when you may feel slightly unsettled.
We’ll even accompany you on holiday if you need extra support – either with you or with both you and your family or regular caregiver. Everyone deserves a break, and the great thing about a Helping Hands carer going with you on holiday is that you get the chance to enjoy a real break, rather than worry about how you’re going to get there or how you’re going to care for yourself when you’re there.
Caring for others is a very special job and something that you can’t simply ‘teach’ to others. The ability to look after others is something that is innately in our carers, and we’ll only select those that possess that quality. As well as going through our stringent recruitment process, all of our carers are fully checked by the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) and are required to provide a variety of character references.
Both our live-in and visiting carers receive detailed training either at one of our bespoke training centres or within their local branch, which covers first aid, moving and handling, personal care and safeguarding. We are also extremely proud to be recognised as a Centre of Excellence for our training programme by Skills for Care.
As with all care companies, Helping Hands adhere to strict guidelines set by the Quality Care Commission (CQC) to make sure our care, training and recruitment is safe, effective and responsive. We are also affiliated with Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) and Spinal Injury Association (SIA), of which both promote the safety and wellbeing of all individuals living with their respective conditions.
We are actively collecting and monitoring our reviews and feedback for Beverley to ensure our customers receive the best possible live in and home care service.
4.9 out of 5 stars, from 23 reviews
Our Beverley branch is fully regulated and accredited by the CQC and CIW.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
Opening hours and address details
32 Butcher Row Beverley HU17 0AB Show on Map