At Helping Hands, we’ve been providing dedicated home care services to customers across England and Wales since 1989. In that time, we’ve helped tens of thousands of people to live more confidently and securely in the comforting, familiar surroundings of their own homes. Our care focuses on giving our customers the ability to retain as much normality and independence as possible, which is particularly important for people receiving care over a long period of time. One of the services our Hampshire carers are able to offer is nursing care, which provides you with support for a medical condition through personal care, medication support, physical assistance, and more.
Nursing care is a type of care that is designed for people living with serious or debilitating conditions that prevent them from being able to fully support themselves. The primary objective of nursing care is to make sure every customer is receiving consistent, regulated care that helps them to manage the symptoms from any medical conditions they may have and ensures they’re able to enjoy the best possible quality of life. Our carers are all expertly trained to provide a wide range of services to people with varying nursing care needs – however straightforward or complex they might be.
We’ve been delivering specialist home care for long enough to know that no two people have identical care needs, which is why we’ll always tailor your care specifically to you. Your local care manager will visit you at home and take the time to fully understand how we can best support you, and every decision that’s taken regarding your care will have you at the centre. Your nursing carer will be able to support you around the home in whatever ways you may need – whether that’s with discreet personal care, symptom management, help with medication or physiotherapy, mobility support, housekeeping, or just about anything else.
Our CQC-regulated service is provided by the very best carers in the industry. We’re very particular about who we hire to our care teams, only recruiting people who share our company-wide values of kindness, compassion and empathy. We know that it takes a special sort of person to be a truly great carer, which is why we have such a rigorous recruitment and vetting process in place. Then, when they start with us, every new carer enrols on our industry-leading carer training, where they learn how to support people with a wide variety of needs. This initial carer training is supplemented by ongoing refresher courses, to ensure each carer’s knowledge and skillset is kept up to date with the latest care industry standards and best practices. ]
If you’d like to find out more about how we can support you or a loved one with nursing care, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly customer support team today.