Helping Hands has over 30 years of experience supporting people all across the UK with various health conditions. All of our services are fully-regulated and we provide our care team with award-winning training and assessment. We believe that everyone should live the life they want, regardless of age or health conditions. This is why we are committed to helping people live independently in the place they feel most comfortable – their own home and community.
Our Cannock team offers a broad range of home care in Cannock and the surrounding areas. At Helping Hands, we focus on home support and offer both visiting care and live-in support services. Here are a few of the home care services provided in Cannock:
Lots of people living in the UK provide some level of care to a family member or friend. This can be everything from assistance with household chores to around-the-clock care. Having support from a loved one enables people to remain living at home, without the need to consider residential care. Caring for a loved one is a rewarding and selfless act, but it can also be challenging. Caregivers must be aware of the risks of too much stress and make their health and happiness a priority. We offer respite care services to relieve caregivers of their responsibilities on a temporary basis. You can enjoy a much-needed break from caregiving to recharge your batteries. Taking frequent breaks will benefit you and your loved one in the long-run. We can also arrange respite care at short notice due to unexpected circumstances, such as illness or a family emergency. You never need to worry about your loved ones being without the care they need. One of our carers can always step in and help.
It is becoming increasingly common for elderly people to choose to remain living at home in their later years. However, many families are concerned about the safety and wellbeing of their elderly loved ones, especially if they live alone. Daily activities often become more difficult as people become older and this can lead to accidents and injuries. Fortunately, a professional carer can be brought in to provide the support an elderly person needs to remain living safely at home. Our carers receive comprehensive training in elderly care and can assist with many tasks including housework, running errands and shopping, mobility support, and administering medication. A one-to-one carer can also provide a fantastic source of emotional support and companionship. Our elderly care plans are flexible and can be tailored to the needs of your loved one. We also offer nurse-supported care for elderly people with complex needs such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease.
Helping Hands are renowned dementia care experts and have been supporting people with dementia for over 30 years. Our carers receive specialist training on dementia care and are fully committed to improving the lives of people with the condition. We have also introduced a Dementia Champion accreditation for carers who opt to complete advanced qualifications in dementia care. Our dementia care services have allowed many people with dementia to remain living independently at home. A change of living environment can be highly distressing for someone with dementia. Home care offers a fantastic alternative to residential nursing homes and is the preferred option for many families.
Our Cannock care team has over three decades of experience supporting people with a wide range of health conditions. All of our carers are fully-regulated and receive the highest standards of training in the industry. Helping Hands carers receive regular refresher training held at our very own training facility – the Centre of Excellence. Our carers understand that continuity of care is crucial and you can rely on us to provide a consistent service that you can rely on. We want to put you and your family back in control and help you live on your terms.
You can get in touch to learn more about our home care services in Cannock and the surrounding areas. Our friendly customer service advisors are available 24/7 to answer any questions and guide you through our care options. You can also visit your local branch to meet the team and discuss how our home care services could help you or your loved one.