Helping Hands have been providing compassionate, transformative home care to people up and down the nation since 1989. In that time, we’ve helped tens of thousands of customers to remain in their own homes and enjoy a more independent, comfortable and secure lifestyle through holistic, expert support. Our home care in Huntingdon comprises a wonderful team of carers who are able to support you or your loved one to enjoy a better quality of life through a wide range of bespoke care services.
Our Huntingdon care experts offer dedicated care services for people with varying conditions, needs and preferences. It might be that you’re struggling to get everything done around the house as easily as you used to, or would benefit from a bit of extra companionship throughout the week. If that’s you, our visiting care starts from just 30 minutes per week and your hours can be adapted to suit you. We also offer specialist care for complex medical conditions such as types of dementia, as well as live in care for those requiring round-the-clock support. Whatever your care needs, we’ll make sure you’re never left feeling isolated or unsupported.
Also known simply as ‘care at home’, domiciliary care gives you or your loved one the opportunity to remain in the home that you love to receive dedicated support, rather than having to move to a residential nursing home or sheltered accommodation. Our fantastic team of carers in Huntingdon are fully trained to provide assistance in whatever ways you most need it – from continence care and doing the laundry, to cleaning your home and preparing your favourite meals.
At Helping Hands Huntingdon, we’ve put together an exceptional team of empathetic, highly skilled carers who go above and beyond to ensure our customers always receive the brilliant support they’ve come to expect from Helping Hands. When it comes to hiring people to our care teams, we have a fairly rigorous recruitment process in place that ensures we only accept candidates who display the compassionate, personable qualities that we believe are absolutely necessary to make a great carer.
All new recruits undergo our award-winning training, which includes modules such as health and safety, first aid, moving and handling and more, and will continue to receive regular refresher courses so that their knowledge and skillset are always up to date. We’re also fully regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, so you can have total confidence in our commitment to excellence day in, day out.