Providing care at home is great way to support your elderly relatives who are wishing to stay in the comfort of their own home. These days, more and more elderly are deciding to enjoy staying in their homes instead of moving into a residential care home.
You may have noticed that your loved one is struggling to complete tasks that are a part of their daily routine, such as cooking, doing the laundry and driving. If this is the case our home care in Manchester team can provide you with professional, elderly care in Manchester and the surrounding areas to provide the support your loved one needs to remain living in their own home and local community.
Elderly care can support your loved one as they get older, so that they can maintain their independence for as long as possible. Your care routine will be completely tailored to your needs and habits. You can choose the level of support you require, with visits available anywhere from once a week, to several times a day and including overnight support too.
We can provide care calls for as little as 30 minutes or sits of several hours if that is what you need or prefer. One-to-one regular support means that our carers often become a great a companion and friend to the elderly person they are caring for.
Your visiting carer can support you with:
• Personal care
• Preparing meals
• Driving you to appointments
• Getting out and about in the local community
• Companionship and socialising
• Medication support
• Mobility support
The visiting care that you receive is flexible and can be changed very quickly to accommodate your needs if they should change. Your local team in Manchester will be there to support you throughout your entire care journey.
If you require a higher level of support then we can provide 24/7 live-in care in Manchester for complete peace of mind. This higher level assistance makes the daily routine of your elderly loved one much easier and more comfortable.
Your carer can provide you with the exact level of support that you need. They will do the same sort of things as a visiting carer, but around the clock. Your carer will also provide a great source of companionship. Many elderly people are now able to remain living an independent lifestyle in their own home for much longer.
Your elderly relative can have live-in care from as little as three days, up to ongoing. We offer an entirely flexible service, and match your carer up to you to ensure compatibility.
All Helping Hands carers receive thorough professional training on how to support people with complex needs, as well as conditions such as dementia. This means that we have carers available to provide specialised care if your loved one requires support with a condition.
All of our carers in Manchester are compassionate and fully dedicated to helping people live safely and independently at any age. Our award-winning training programme provides carers with all the necessary skills and training to support you or your loved one to continue living safely, in the place you are most comfortable – your own home.
Both our visiting and live-in care services are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission, and Care Inspectorate Wales, so you can be sure that every Helping Hands carer is assessed to the highest possible standards.
so you can be sure that every Helping Hands carer is assessed to the highest possible standards.
All of our Manchester carers then go thorough in-house, training to further their skills and broaden their experience. This means that you can be confident that your loved one will receive the best possible care to support them in their older years. We will get to know you and your loved one and will create a care plan that is completely unique to your needs and requirements.
Your loved ones will face additional challenges as they begin to get older. If an elderly family member, neighbour, or friend is starting to struggle to perform the tasks of their daily routine safely and independently, then it may be time to see what elderly care options are available to support them. If you would like to discuss the options that we have available to support the elderly why not get in touch today?