Since 1989, Helping Hands have been providing people across England and Wales with empathetic, transformative care in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of their own homes. In that time, we’ve helped tens of thousands of our customers to remain independent, confident and secure through our unrivalled home care. Our local branch providing home care in Chessington comprises a wonderful team of carers who are expertly trained to provide you or your loved one with all the support you need to enjoy the quality of life that you deserve.
Our Chessington carers are able to offer a wide range of care services that cater for people with both straightforward and complex support needs. With plans starting from just 30 minutes a week, our visiting care is fully flexible and can be adapted according to your specific requirements. Or, if you require a more round-the-clock approach to your care, our live-in care or overnight care plans provide you with comprehensive support in the moments you need it most. We also offer support for people living with progressive medical conditions such as types of dementia and cancer.
Often referred to simply as ‘care at home’, domiciliary care is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to moving to a residential nursing home when extra care is required. With care at home, you’ll get the opportunity to receive dedicated one-to-one support without having to leave the comfort of your own home. From doing the laundry and preparing your meals, to providing continence care and assisting with medication, our wonderful carers will be able to help you out around the home in whatever ways you need, allowing you to spend more time enjoying your normal routines and hobbies with the people you love.
We’re extremely proud of our fantastic team of carers in Chessington; they go above and beyond every day to make sure our customers receive the exceptional, person-centred care that they deserve. All of our carers have been specifically recruited for their compassionate, personable approach to their roles, and undergo a series of background checks before joining us to ensure they’re the sort of person you’d want in your home. Every new carer receives our award-winning training, which covers modules such as dementia care, first aid, medication and health and safety, and they’ll continue to be enrolled in regular refresher courses to keep their knowledge and skillset topped up. And, for added reassurance, all of our care services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, so you know we’re committed to only providing the very best support each and every day.