At Helping Hands, our key goal is to help people live the lives they want by providing the best standards of care. We treat our customers like family and make a real difference by tailoring our services and caring for people in a way that works best for them. Whether you require visiting care once or twice a week or full-time support, we’re here to help.
All personal care services are provided by our Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered office Helping Hands West Manchester. We also have a fantastic variety of nurse-led care for those with more complex care needs. Here are some of the services our home care in Cheadle provides:
Caring for a loved one who is no longer able to look after themselves is one of the most selfless things you can do. Many people get a great sense of joy and satisfaction from caring for a loved one. That being said, providing care can be a demanding and time-consuming task, particularly for carers with other work and family commitments. You must remember to take care of yourself and have regular breaks. When you start caring for someone, you become a crucial part of their life, but you shouldn’t feel like you can’t take a break or go away on holiday.
Respite care is designed to give carers a much-needed break or to provide urgent home care due to illness or a family emergency. Our respite care services will allow you to enjoy your life to the fullest while knowing that your loved one is receiving the support that they deserve. You can arrange for a respite carer to take over for several weeks or a few days.
Most people reach a point where they require some extra support to remain living independently at home. Our elderly care services are designed to help elderly people live comfortably and safely in the place they know and love: their home. We apply years of care knowledge and experience to treat each customer as an individual, with their own unique care needs. This means that we provide a wide variety of care services with everything from visiting care to 24/7 live-in care options.
Having the support of a carer allows many seniors to continue their daily routines and remain living in their homes and community. Our carers are also trained on how to provide seniors with emotional support and encouragement. Regular ongoing support means that our carers often become a great companion and friend to the elderly person they are caring for.
There are around 850,000 people in the UK with dementia, so if a loved one is living with the condition, then they’re not alone. The good news is that there is plenty of support available for those with dementia and there is nothing to stop a person with the condition from living a long and fulfilling life. Our specialist dementia carers receive extensive training on assisting people with dementia to live independently at home. Our goal is to put people in control and allow them to live on their terms in the place they feel most comfortable.
We treat our staff and customers like family and have over 30 years’ experience providing quality care. All of our carers make a real difference by helping people live independently at the place they feel happiest: their home. Our carers are genuinely caring people and love what they do. They will go the extra mile to get to know you and tailor their care services to suit your individual needs.
We know that trusting someone with your care or the care of a loved one can be difficult, which is why we provide a consistent service that you can rely on. Our carers receive award-winning training and assessments, followed by ongoing training sessions via our Centre of Excellence, the only home care provider to be accredited with this accolade. This means you can have peace of mind knowing that your loved one will receive the highest quality care available.
If you would like to discuss your care needs or those of a loved one, then you can call our specialist care team seven days a week. They would be more than happy to go through the different care options with you and arrange a meeting. You can also visit our local branch on Gately Road to meet the team and find out more about the care services on offer in your area.