Palliative Care is needed when you or your loved one are diagnosed with a life-limiting or terminal condition. People who require palliative care may include those living with different types of dementia or cancer. It is natural to feel anxious, but that doesn’t mean the end of your life is approaching. You might require palliative care for several months, or even years depending on the nature and severity of your condition.
With palliative care from our Gloucester home care team, you will receive therapies and treatments to help manage your symptoms and condition, without having to leave your home. Whether that’s supporting you with personal care, household chores or companionship, our friendly carers are there to offer you the exceptional support you deserve. We want you to make sure you’re able to live life on your terms, so we will always take your needs into account.
End of life care is the conclusion of palliative care. This is when your condition begins to deteriorate and can’t be improved through any therapies or treatments. We understand that this can be a distressing and difficult time for loved ones, but our carers will be there every step of the way. Our team is trained to deliver the best care possible, making sure our customers are provided with the dignity and respect they deserve.
We provide support whilst you live in your own home, so you can feel safe, content and close to the ones that mean the most to you. We make sure we offer person-centred care that is fully tailored around you and your loved ones.
At Helping Hands, we have been providing visiting care and live-in care for more than 30 years and we handpick the best carers for you. That’s why our Gloucester team does not disappoint. Our company is built on family values and we treat each of our customers as our own.
If you need a carer to stay over for a few hours, overnight or longer, we can offer care for as long as you want. Our carers will support you in any way you need. This includes personal care, dietary needs and day-to-day duties, so you can concentrate on what matters to you the most.
We are proud to be fully regulated and managed by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales. They monitor our services to make sure we provide the best possible care with compassion, kindness, and dignity. Our dedicated carers are vetted and undergo a fully enhanced DBS check. So, you can rest assured that you are in safe hands.
To find out more information about our palliative care service in Gloucester, you can call our devoted team who are available seven days a week. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Alternatively, you can contact us via our website and our customer service team will get back to you as soon as they can.