At Helping Hands, we’ve got over 30 years’ experience in supporting our customers across England and Wales to live independently and comfortably in their own homes. Your local care team specialise in providing transformative, person-centred home care in Northallerton that truly makes a difference to our customers’ quality of life. One of the support services we offer is community care, which involves having an expertly-trained carer visit you at home to help out in any way you might require – whether that’s through practical support, physical assistance or companionship.
If you’re reaching a stage in life where you’re no longer to manage your day-to-day routines alone, or are living with a complex condition that comes with a complicated set of needs, you may wish to consider opting for a bit of extra help from a community carer. Our home care in Northallerton team will be able to visit you in your home, typically within 24 hours of your initial phone call, and undertake a full assessment of your support needs. Our visiting care plans start from just 30 minutes per week, whilst at the other end of the spectrum we can also provide a live-in carer who will stay in your home and offer round-the-clock assistance, so it really doesn’t matter how big or small your needs are – we’re here to help.
At Helping Hands, we’ve been care industry leaders for long enough to know that a one-size-fits-all approach to care rarely works; a truly meaningful package of care needs to be tailored to the individual. That’s why your local care manager in Northallerton will always take the time to ensure your care plan is designed around your requirements and preferences, and can be adjusted accordingly should your circumstances and condition ever change.
Our Northallerton branch comprises a wonderful team of carers who have all been selectively recruited for their kind and compassionate personalities and their commitment to providing every customer with truly transformative care. We’re very particular about only hiring the most outstanding applicants to our care teams, and every candidate must undergo an enhanced-DBS check to ensure they’re the type of person you’d be happy to have in your home. When they start with us, all of our new carers receive our comprehensive carer training, where they participate in modules covering, amongst other things, moving and handling, dementia care, and medication, and they’ll regularly enrol on refresher courses so that their skills and knowledge are kept up to date. And, so that you and your loved ones can have full peace of mind about your package of support, every aspect of our care is independently regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales.
If you’d like to find out more about what our community care involves, please don’t hesitate to call our friendly customer support team today. They’re available to talk to seven days a week, and will always be happy to assist with any queries you may have. Alternatively, you can contact us via our website if you’d prefer to arrange a callback at your convenience.