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What does our assisted living support include?

If you’re living with a disability or a complex condition but wish to remain in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of your own home, our wonderful carers can provide home care in Bristol in the form of supported living. Plus, for your full peace of mind, we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW).


At Helping Hands Home Care in Bristol, we’ve got over 30 years’ experience in providing truly transformative supported living to people across England and Wales, so you know you’re in safe hands when you opt for care from our friendly, compassionate carers.


Staying at home for supported living is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the traditional choice of moving into residential care, as it allows you to receive care at the times that suit you and maintain your normal schedules, hobbies and activities.


Opening hours
Monday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday 9:00am - 5:30pm
80 Shirehampton Road,
Sea Mills
Bristol BS9 2DR

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Qualified carers providing assisted living in Bristol

Our assisted living assistants in Bristol really are exceptional people who are brilliant at what they do, and that’s because we have such a thorough recruitment, vetting and training process in place. We only hire people to our Bristol care team who are genuinely passionate about making a difference to people’s lives, and who espouse our company-wide values of kindness, compassion and empathy. Every new carer must undergo rigorous background checks before starting with us, and will then receive our comprehensive carer training which equips them to provide a wide range of assisted living services to people with varying needs.

When to consider supported living

Whilst there isn’t necessarily a “right time” to choose assisted living for yourself or a loved one, we recommend it as a care option for anyone who might be struggling to maintain their home and their personal well-being to their usual standards. It might be that you’re not as light on your feet as you used to be, or perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with a condition which is degenerative or prohibitive. Your local care manager in Bristol will schedule an initial visit to discuss your care needs and find out how we can best support you to continue living life on your own terms. From there, we’ll work with you to put together a care plan which is designed around your specific requirements and preferences.

How much does supported living cost?

The cost of supported living from Helping Hands will vary depending on your level of need. Our visiting care packages start from £29.00 per hour, whilst live-in care prices start at £1,779 per week for one person and £1,779 per week for a couple. Each care visit also incurs a £4.25 fee to cover your carer’s costs.

We know how important it is to you that your care is straightforward to arrange, sustainably affordable, and doesn’t come with any unwanted extras or additional costs. That’s why we’re completely transparent about the upfront costs involved in our industry-leading home care, and will never ever try to push you to sign up for any extra hours or services that you don’t want or need. Your local care manager in Bristol will always be on hand to help you make any changes you wish to make to your support at a moment’s notice.

How to arrange supported living in Bristol

If you’d like to arrange supported living or discuss your options today, please don’t hesitate to give our friendly customer support team a call. They’re available seven days a week to assist with any queries you may have, and can help arrange a convenient time for your local care manager in Bristol to visit you at home for an initial assessment of your needs.