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Why choose live in care in Burton-upon-Trent?

Our local branch providing home care in Burton-upon-Trent boasts a professional team of carers who are dedicated to improving the lives of people in Burton-upon-Trent and the surrounding areas. Our carers will take the time to understand the needs of your loved one and create a unique home care package that is tailored to them. All of our carers complete our award-winning training programme which is followed by regular refresher training at our very own training facility, the Centre of Excellence.

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
Burton upon Trent

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What’s included with care at Helping Hands?

Our Burton-upon-Trent team offers an impressive range of home care services to meet your individual care needs. This includes everything from visiting care starting at just 30 minutes a week to full-time live-in care. Here are some of our most popular home care services available in Burton-upon-Trent:

Respite Care across Burton-upon-Trent

We understand first-hand how demanding caregiving can be. Caring for another person is often rewarding, although it can also take a toll on your health and wellbeing. Caregiving is made even more challenging when you are trying to juggle other commitments such as work or family. Every caregiver should take frequent breaks to relax and recharge their batteries. This will ensure that you are healthy, happy, and prepared to face the demands of caregiving. We appreciate that planning for a break can be difficult, especially if you are worried about the level of care your loved one will receive in your absence. Our respite carers receive award-winning training and are ready to step in whenever you need a break. You can hand over your caregiving responsibilities and enjoy some well-deserved time for yourself. Taking advantage of our respite care service will also allow you to sample the excellent carers that we have local to you. This means that you never have to worry about continuity of care if you are pulled away from your caregiving responsibilities for whatever reason.

Elderly Care in Burton-upon-Trent

Our elderly home care services are fully flexible and can be tailored to the needs of your loved one. This means we can arrange for a carer to visit your loved one at home. Or, we can arrange live-in care if your loved one has a complex health condition that requires continuous support. Whatever level of support your loved one requires, our carers are on-hand to ensure that they can continue living safely at home. A one-to-one carer can assist an elderly person with many daily tasks including personal care, household chores, preparing meals, administering medication, or simply providing companionship. We will always get to know your loved one and match them with a carer based on their needs, interests, and preferences. For that reason, many of our carers form meaningful bonds with the elderly person they are caring for.

Burton-upon-Trent Dementia Care

Dementia affects roughly 850,000 people in the UK. As a family-run company, we understand that having a family member diagnosed with dementia can be extremely upsetting. You may find it difficult to decide how best to support a loved one with the condition. Many people diagnosed with dementia are able to live independently in the early stages, although some level of support is often required as the condition progresses. Caring for someone with dementia can be complex, as the symptoms tend to evolve rapidly. This is why we recommend seeking support from a professional carer who is trained in dementia support. All of our carers complete our Dementia Champion programme, which equips them with the skills and knowledge to provide outstanding dementia care.

Expert carers

Helping Hands has been providing outstanding home care to people nationwide for more than 30 years. Our care services are fully regulated, so you can have confidence in the skills and capabilities of our carers. We draw on our extensive experience in the care industry to create personalised care solutions and treat each customer as an individual, with unique care needs. Our carers are passionate about helping people live the lives they want, despite age or health concerns.