It can be very distressing when your loved one is diagnosed with a life-limiting condition. This can include dementia, cancer and heart disease. If your loved one is living with a terminal condition, then having palliative care can be the support you and your loved one need to get you through this difficult time. However, this doesn’t mean your loved one is approaching the end of their life. It can be months or days; there’s no time limit.
Our home care Cheshire team can support your loved one and help manage their symptoms via therapies and treatments. Plus, our carers will provide care at home, so your loved one can remain in a safe and familiar environment they love.
When your loved one’s condition declines and can’t be managed via treatments and therapies, end-of-life care is the best solution. It can take a toll on your physical and mental health, which is why our team can support you with daily tasks so that you can spend time with your loved one.
Our carers can assist with personal care, medication and nutrition requirements. We can also help with household duties, including the laundry, washing the dishes and changing bedding. So you can focus on things that matter to you. At Helping Hands, we always promise to be there for you and your loved one every step of the way.
At Helping Hands, we genuinely have the best carers. They are selfless, compassionate and friendly individuals who always prioritise your needs. After all, you are our number one priority.
Our Cheshire care team provides care packages specifically designed to your and your loved one’s requirements. You can choose from regular visits with visiting care or 24-hour support with live-in care. Our carers can assist you with whatever you need, including emotional support for you and your loved one, ensuring your surroundings are how you like them and more importantly, respecting your loved one’s final wishes.
Furthermore, all our carers are vetted, undergo a DBS check and complete an intensive training programme. So, you can have complete confidence that you’ll be looked after by someone you can trust. For added assurance, we are also managed by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales. This means our services are regularly inspected to ensure we provide our customers with the highest standard of care.
For more information on arranging palliative care in Cheshire, contact our friendly customer care advisors, who can answer your questions seven days a week. Alternatively, you can request a callback or contact a member of the team via Live Chat. There is also an option to speak to our Cheshire care team in person. Just pop into our local branch and we will make time to have a chat with you.