Helping Hands have dedicated and experienced carers supporting people with home care in Biggleswade. Our carers receive extensive training that is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We apply our expansive knowledge of the care industry to provide professional and compassionate care that is tailored to the individual. Our goal is to help people live the life they want at any age, or despite any health condition they face.
Our Biggleswade carers are experts in home care and provide both visiting care and live-in care services. Visiting care means that a professional carer will attend your loved one’s home at pre-scheduled times to assist with daily tasks. personal care, household chores, administering medication, or simply providing a source of companionship. Our visiting care plans are fully comprehensive and may involve personal care, household chores, and administrating medications. Live-in care is an excellent option if your loved one requires more regular support. A team of carers will ensure that your loved one received round-the-clock care when they need it. Here are some of the other home care services offered by our Biggleswade team.
Caregiving is difficult and it is normal for carers to feel drained and exhausted over time. Caregivers should be aware of the signs of burnout and take steps to protect their health and wellbeing. With that in mind, it is vitally important that caregivers take frequent breaks from their caregiving responsibilities. Everyone needs some time for themselves and you should never feel guilty about needing a break. In fact, research shows that carers who take regular breaks are healthier and provide better care. Our respite care services are designed to relieve carers of their duties by providing quality temporary care. This means you can enjoy some much-needed time to yourself while knowing that your loved one will receive the dedicated support they need.
It is natural for elderly people to start to find certain tasks and activities more difficult. Often, people reach an age when they are no longer able to live independently and safely alone. Fortunately, an elderly home carer can provide the support an elderly person needs to remain living at home, without the need to consider residential care. We can arrange for a professional carer to visit your elderly loved one at their home and provide dedicated one-to-one support. A carer with be carefully matched to your loved one based on their interests and preferences. This will help to encourage a strong rapport between your loved one and their carer. Having dedicated one-to-one support from a carer can also offer a great source of companionship to an elderly person who is lacking social interaction.
Dementia is a widespread health condition that affects around 850,000 people in the UK. As a family-run company, we understand that having a loved one diagnosed with dementia can be hugely distressing and you may feel unable to cope. As one of the UK’s leading dementia home care providers, our specialist carers have vast experience supporting people with dementia. We understand the challenges faced by those living with the condition and adopt a personal approach to dementia care. Helping Hands carers complete our Dementia Champion programme, which provides award-winning training on dementia care. We are also part of the Dementia Action Alliance and show a commitment to improving the lives of those affected by the condition.
We pride ourselves on offering a professional and compassionate care service and treat each customer as an individual, with unique care needs. Our training is fully regulated and takes place at our Centre of Excellence, so you can have confidence in the skills and capabilities of our carers.
We appreciate that admitting and acknowledging that you need help can be difficult and we’re here to help you every step of the way. If you would like to discuss how our home care services could benefit you or a loved one, then please get in touch with our friendly customer service advisors. We are available to take your call 24 hours, seven days a week You can also pop into your local branch to meet the team and have a chat about how we can help.