Our compassionate carers can help you to live your best life possible at home, so if you don’t want to leave the place you love best and move to residential care you don’t need to! Our fully managed and CQC regulated service will enable you to live as independently as possible at home, so with visiting care starting from just 30 minutes week and going right up to live-in care, what’s not to love? Call us today to find out more.
We can support you in in Langley and its surroundings, including Otham, Ashbank, Five Wents and Chart Sutton.
Langley first appears in the records in 814 as Longanleag. The village’s name comes from the Old English lang leah or ‘long field or woodland’.
Our history only stretches back to 1989 but that’s still over 30 years of expertise when it comes to caring for you in your own home. Our compassionate carers go above and beyond to ensure that you receive the home care that you need, and your personalised support plan will ensure your routines are always respected.
“Hi, I’m Sue. As the Branch Manager for Maidstone, it is my responsibility to ensure that our customers are always receiving the level of support that they need in order to remain comfortable and independent at home.
“I really enjoy being able to support our carers enough to know that they are making a positive difference to our customers, and that our team are providing a fantastic level of care to the Maidstone community. I remember one particular gentleman who was living with severe physical disabilities, and I would escort him to college where he was doing a pottery course. He certainly tested my creative abilities when he wanted to make a scaled-down version of the White House!”
For over 30 years, we've been supporting people with care, nurse-supported care and companionship across England and Wales. As industry-leaders in home care, we know what it takes to provide the right level of care so that you can retain your independence in the comfort of your beloved home.
Over 100 branches across the UK means we're local to you
We are not an agency - we employ every carer directly
Get to know your carer before care starts
Family-run and experts in home care since 1989
Fully flexible care packages as your needs change
Flexible care provided in your own home with a fully qualified carer. Visits start from as little as 30 minutes up to several hourly or overnight calls throughout the week.
One-to-one support from a fully qualified care that lives with you. Full-time support so you can stay at home where you feel most comfortable.
When you feel you’d like support to enable you to live your best daily life at home, we can help. Whether you’d like support with your social life such as going to appointments and activities, or it might be housework, medication or personal care, we’re here for you. Your personalised support plan will ensure that you get the visiting care that you need, safeguarding your wellbeing and reassuring your loved ones that you’re in good hands.
If you’re not happy at the thought of going into a care home, live-in care can be a cost-effective alternative. Your carer can there for you around the clock all day and night and their in-depth knowledge of your condition means that you’ll never be alone at home, giving reassurance not just to you but also to your loved ones. Your bespoke care package will mean that you have support with every aspect of your daily life that you need, and your personalised support plan will ensure your routines are always respected.
Traditional home care agencies will often ask for referral fees or introductory costs just to match you with a carer, however we’re not an agency and never have been throughout our whole three decades of history. We were formed in 1989 and right from the start we knew we wanted our carers to be employees, not sub-contracted or self-employed, meaning that they benefit from the full experience of employment with one of the UK’s leading home care companies.
A diagnosis of dementia can turn your world on its head and lead to worry about the future and who is going to care for you. Helping Hands have been dementia specialists for over 30 years and can support you to remain in the home you love, with the people, pets and possessions who mean everything to you. Being around precious memories can make such a difference to the confusion that dementia can bring and help to reduce associated anxiety and as your condition progresses, you and your loved ones need to know that you will be in the compassionate hands of a company who knows dementia care expertly.
Respite care with Helping Hands means that you can stay in the place you love most, your own home and still have the care you need! Our dedicated carers will come to you and undertake everything that you need support with, including medication, personal care and mobility support. If you have a regular carer but they need to unexpectedly take time off, or your family member becomes ill, we can get care to you in an emergency within 24 hours.
Some people find that as they age, certain tasks can become more difficult. This can be due to age-related frailties, joint pain or the results of a long-standing injury. If you would appreciate some elderly care support in your own home such as personal care, laundry, housework or a myriad other tasks then we can help. You might enjoy going for a walk around the neighbourhood and wish that you could do so again, or maybe you’d enjoy sitting in the garden with a cup of tea; no matter what you would like to make your days more enjoyable, we can help.
Dignity and independence are at the forefront of the care we deliver, and all of our compassionate carers live by that every time they carry out care for our customers. We’re industry leading home care experts because we believe that our compassionate and empathetic carers really are the heart of our business and we value them highly. We ensure they are thoroughly trained and DBS screened before they meet any of their customers and we also ensure there are opportunities for development whenever they want them. We’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales which means you can be confident in every aspect of our care delivery.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
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