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Live in Care in Chelmsford

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Why choose personal care at Helping Hands Chelmsford?

With home care in Chelmsford, you can rest assured that you or a loved one will be receiving CQC-regulated care from one of the industry leaders. Designed to fit in around your existing routines, we’ll get to know you and make sure your support plan meets your needs and adheres to your preferences. After all, we believe that home care should be completely centred around you and assist your independence rather than take over and do everything for you. That way, you can continue to live the life you want to lead on your terms, just with a little extra support along the way.

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
Address
Unit 3 The Aquarium,
101 Lower Anchor Street,
Chelmsford,
CM2 0AU
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4.9 out of 5 stars
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“Care twice a day for my parents” 26 September 2019

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Why choose live in care in Chelmsford?

Being in the care industry for over 30 years means that we know what it takes when it comes to creating comprehensive support for individual needs. Our Chelmsford carers take the time to get to know you, your personality and hobbies, so that your support is completely bespoke and meaningful to you.

Caring for someone else isn’t just about the practical tasks; we place equal importance on both physical and mental health, so that you can keep up with your favourite activities and feel fully supported will all of your endeavours.

Do you need care?

There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to visiting home care, so the reasons that someone may need support will be completely different to anyone else, including the type of care they receive. That’s why we get to know you and exactly how you like things done, so that your care is entirely bespoke to you.

Short term home care support

For some, care may just be for short visits throughout the week to help with shopping, housework and cooking. And if you find that you start to need extra support if you become more frail or are struggling with elements of your morning or evening routines, we can increase your care calls to cover you intermittently throughout the day. Furthermore, we can be around during the night when you may be feeling slightly more anxious or afraid of being by yourself, particularly if you’re prone to falls. Our compassionate carers can provide overnight support to give you extra peace of mind.

Intermittent long term care in the home

Everyone needs a break, particularly those who care for others full time. With respite care, you can take the time off that you need to rest and recuperate, leaving your loved one in the capable hands of our friendly carers who will pick up where you left off and provide the care and support that they need. We’ll make sure that we meet with you both beforehand to get everything in place ready for when you take a step back, giving you both extra peace of mind that your routines will be left untouched.

Immediate start home help carers

Care needs can crop up at any given moment, leaving no time to plan or prepare. Emergency care from our Chelmsford team can usually be in place within the same day as your enquiry to us, so that you’re not left without the vital support you may need – whether that’s after being discharged from hospital, if you’ve recently been taken ill or you’re recovering after an operation. We have the patience and kindness to support you in the best way possible until you’re feeling more like yourself again.

Expert carers in Chelmsford

Chelmsford branch manager Emma and her team of empathetic carers work extremely hard across the town and the surrounding areas to ensure that those who need an extra helping hand at home are given the support that they need. Our thorough selection and assessment process ensures that we select only the very best local carers, who are screened by the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) and are required to complete a rigorous in-house training programme. Modules include moving and handling, first aid, dementia, safeguarding, medication and more, with opportunities to completed advanced courses on areas of specific interest such as palliative care or stoma & catheter care.