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National Live-in care coverage

Personalised home care plans to suit you

The Leeds branch of Helping Hands can provide you with live-in and visiting care in Leeds, Garforth Wakefield, Batley, Pudsey, Tadcaster, Normanton, , Crossgates, Harehills, Seacroft, Beeston, Bramley, Headingley, Menston, Farsley, New Farnley, Drighlington, Rothwell, Aulton, Cookridge, Adle, Bramhope, Alwoodley, Shadwell, Bardsey, Barwick in Elmet, Colton, Sandal, Milnthorpe and the surrounding areas.

We can support you with everything from companionship and housekeeping, through to end of life support or care for complex conditions.


Meet Bernadette, our Branch Manager

Bernadette is a very compassionate and caring person, who has lived in worked in Yorkshire for the last 20 years and has worked in the care sector for the last 12. She has extensive experience in providing support for people with dementia, and thinks bringing high quality care to her local community is extremely important.

Bernadette said, “I feel that here at Helping Hands we offer and deliver outstanding care with a superb support network amongst our fantastic carers and staff across the business.

“I think it’s so important to respect peoples’ wishes, and enable them to stay at home for as long as possible.”



Visiting care in Leeds to suit your schedule

We tailor every single one of our care packages to ensure that you are receiving exactly what you need.

If you are looking for a weekly visit, or three calls every day your carer will be able to support you.

A visiting care package is flexible. If your needs change over time-or unexpectedly-we can accommodate you and change your care calls to suit.

Visiting carers can support you with:

  • Personal care – Maintain your dignity and privacy with discreet personal care, be it with washing, toileting or anything in between.
  • Mobility needs – If you need support mobilising around the house or when out and about your carer can help you with this.
  • Medication – We can support you with medication prompts, time specific medication or if you need them physically giving to you.
  • Household jobs – Housework, walking the dog and laundry are all included as well as much more.
How visiting care is helping Audrey
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The care and service has been excellent. Mum has found all the carers to be kind and thoughtful as well as efficient and caring. I do not live near mum so this has been beneficial to us all.

Susan from Leeds

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Live-in care for your peace of mind

24-hour live-in care can provide you with a great alternative to residential care when you are looking for round the clock support.

Your live-in carer will be matched up to you based on personality, interests and their care experience to ensure we deliver the most compatible carer possible.

A live-in care package can be provided for as little as 3 days, through to an ongoing care plan to suit exactly what you are looking for.

Live in carers are able to support you with personal care, meal prep, medication, complex care and even end of life care.

You will receive a fully managed live-in care service, which means that your local manager will be on hand to support you every step of your care journey.

Get in touch with one of our homecare specialists to see how we can help you.

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Short-term respite care if you have to leave a relative

It is important that everyone takes some time out to relax and focus on themselves, especially if they’re caring for someone else. Though it is hugely rewarding, it can be mentally and physically draining.

Respite care gives you the opportunity to relax and recharge by enjoying time with friends and family, going away on holiday, or just spending some time alone, all while knowing that the person you’re caring for is being looked after by a trained carer.

Here in Leeds, we have local carers on hand to support you and your loved one whenever you need a break or in the event of an unforeseen emergency. Being regulated by the Care Quality Commission means that you can rest assured that our carers are all qualified to provide the high-quality support and care that you loved one deserves while you’re away.


Care for the elderly in Leeds

As you age, you might start to require a bit of extra help in order to remain living in your home, and with an independent lifestyle. Elderly care is designed to meet your needs and requirements as you grow older.

Elderly care usually becomes necessary if you or a loved one starts experiencing difficulties with activities of daily living. Our Leeds team have almost 30 years of experience supporting elderly people in the area and can offer help with a variety of daily tasks including:

  • Household chores
  • Cooking meals
  • Personal care
  • Administering medication.

Along with practical support, our carers will also be supportive companions and can help you get out and about in your local community. We will take the time to get to know you and your needs, so that we can develop completely personalised elderly care, suited to you.


Dementia care in your own home

More and more people are expected to develop dementia in the years ahead. If you or someone you know is diagnosed, then it’s important to remember that you are not alone.

Advanced dementia care may not be needed straightaway, but as the condition progresses, you might need some extra support to ensure that you or your relative can continue living a comfortable and happy life.

The symptoms of dementia vary greatly from person to person and can change suddenly. This means that we aim to put care in place which is tailored to you, and we will continue to adapt it as and when your needs change.

Our Leeds team are fully committed to improving the quality of life of those living with dementia. We offer the highest standards of dementia care as a result of our Helping Hands Dementia Champion programme, which provides our carers with vigorous training and assessment.


Domiciliary care in the Leeds area

Domiciliary care can be required at any stage of life, and is needed whenever someone requires extra support in order to remain living independently in their own home. This can include following an accident or illness.

Domiciliary care visits can be arranged to help with a range of daily tasks such as dressing, personal care, or help around the house. Having support with these tasks means that your loved one can continue living comfortably, and independently, where they are happiest – in their own home. You will have peace of mind knowing that someone is checking in on them, and is available to assist them with anything they might be struggling with.

If you or a loved one needs support with a condition, such as living with dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or life after a stroke, then a specially trained carer can provide this tailored support. You can be confident in the expert knowledge of our Leeds carers; all of them have been fully trained at our very own Centre of Excellence, and have a wide knowledge of complex condition-led care.

Kat's story: recovering after a spinal injury

Kat is 54 years old and from Leeds. Unfortunately she was involved in a serious car collision, which caused a major spinal injury. To help her recovery, Kat received emergency nurse-led care from Lizzie, a Helping Hands live-in carer.

A compassionate and experienced carer, Lizzie has been trained to care for people with spinal injuries. Working under the supervision of our team of clinical nurses she was able to support Kat, which involved using hoists to help her safely move around the home.

“My carers are fantastic,” said Kat. “They allow me to carry out everyday activities and also to remain independent, which is incredibly important to me.”

Kat received intensive full-time care after her injury. Due to her hard work and the expertise of our nurses and Lizzie, her care is slowly being reduced as she recovers from her accident.

Spinal injury aftercare
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I have worked with many customers who have dementia and I have had so many wonderful experiences with them.

Beverley, a live-in carer

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Clinical care tailored to your needs

Some conditions such as motor neurone disease and cerebral palsy require condition-specific care which is not transferrable from one person to another. O

Our team of clinical nurse specialists will work alongside you and your local Leeds branch to ensure you receive care that is entirely bespoke to you.

The team of clinical nurses have extensive knowledge and experience, so you can rest assured that your care package will be just right.

We can support you with tracheostomy care, complex toileting care and PEG feeding.  Whether you need temporary support, or ongoing care to help with your condition management we can offer you one-to-one care to keep you safe and happy at home.


Funding from your local authority

Depending on your situation you could be eligible for funding from your local social services.

Funding is means tested, and depending on your finances you may have to contribute to the cost of your care.

It could also be that you have to fully cover the cost of your care, but your local social services will let you know what you are entitled to.

If you are entitled to funding from your local authority you can request to have this money paid directly in to your personal account, allowing you the freedom to manage your money.

This is called ‘direct payments’ which are accepted from your local branch in Leeds.


Fully trained carers in Leeds

Every single carer that works for Helping Hands has been through our extensive training programme and have qualified from our Centre of Excellence.

Further support and training is provided at regular intervals for all of our carers, furthering their care knowledge and expertise.

The Leeds branch is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), we do all that we can to ensure you are safe and receiving the highest standard of care possible.

Our on-call team is accessible 24 hours a day should you ever have a concern or need to get in touch with someone outside of office hours.


Areas across Leeds that we cover:

Leeds Wakefield Batley
Pudsey Tadcaster Normanton

Visit our branch, open Mon-Fri

You can visit our Leeds care team on Beaconsfield Court, Leeds on Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm (excluding bank holidays).

Phone lines open 7 days a week

If you’d like to discuss your home care options and set-up a meeting with Elizabeth and her team, please get in touch with us on 01138823829. We’re here to take your call seven days a week:

Opening Hours
Monday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Email:

enquiries@helpinghands.co.uk

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