At Helping Hands, we’ve got over 30 years’ experience in delivering high quality, person-centred home care to customers up and down the country. In that time, we’ve helped tens of thousands of people to enjoy the very best possible quality of life whilst remaining in the homes that they love, surrounded by loved ones and familiar sights and smells. One of the care services we offer is palliative care, which is a specific type of care tailored towards people who are approaching the end of their life but wish to continue enjoy as much normality and independence as possible. It could be that your loved one has received a terminal diagnosis, or perhaps they’re just reaching an age where their health is deteriorating. Whatever the circumstance or condition, our wonderful Hampshire carers are able to provide transformative, condition-led support that will help your loved one to make the most of their final months or years.
End of life care is a more specialised type of palliative care that focuses on supporting someone in the final few weeks of their life. End of life care puts special focus on easing any painful symptoms and managing the patient’s condition as they approach the end of their life. When the time finally comes for a loved one to die, our number one priority is to ensure they’re able to go with dignity and in comfort – and that’s what end of life care is designed to do. We’re able to offer end of life care in Hampshire on both a visiting care and live-in care basis, so whatever your loved one’s needs, they will never be left isolated or unsupported.
Our home care in Hampshire team truly are the very best at what they do. At Helping Hands, we know that the care we provide will only ever be as brilliant as the carers providing it, which is why we work so hard to ensure that every carer we hire will be a perfect fit for you in your home. We only hire the most compassionate, dedicated carers, and every new recruit must undergo a number of stringent background checks so that we can be certain they’ve got the right character and temperament for the role. All carers receive our industry-leading training when they start with us, as well as continuing to undertake refresher courses so that their knowledge and skillset are constantly kept up to date. And, for your peace of mind, every aspect of our care provision is fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales.
If you or a loved one are looking to arrange palliative care in the Hampshire area, please don’t hesitate to call our friendly customer support team today. They’re available seven days a week to help out with any queries you might have. Alternatively, you can contact us via our website if you’d prefer to arrange a callback at your convenience.