Live-in and visiting home care in Northampton
A birthplace of many celebrities including the actor Rowan Atkinson, radio DJ Jo Whiley, and England footballer Les Ferdinand, Northampton is a home for many British heritages. Not only is it the residence of the world-famous Silverstone circuit track and Althorp House – the final resting place of Princess Diana – but it is also home to a team of dedicated Helping Hands carers.
Covering areas such as Rothersthorpe, Milton Malsor, Hardingstone, Great Houghton, Moulton Park, Church Brampton, Lower Harlestone, Harpole and the surrounding areas, Branch Manager Sarah Taylor-Jackson and her team are here to provide compassionate and person-centred home care to help you to remain independent at home.
Meet Sarah Taylor-Jackson, our Branch Manager
"Hello, I’m Sarah the Branch Manager for the Northampton Branch of Helping Hands. It is my job to ensure that all runs smoothly in the branch, that customers receive the highest quality care and that carers are fully supported in their role. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and visiting the seaside. Both of my sons are in the England Street Dance Team, so I spend a lot of time travelling and watching them in competitions which I love!"
Home care visits in Northampton tailored to you
Here at Helping Hands, our priority is to ensure that you receive the high-quality care you need that enables you to remain happy, safe and comfortable in the place you know best – your home. With a team of expert carers that are specially trained to support with dementia, cerebral palsy, mental health conditions and many more, Sarah and her team will work with you to provide a personalised care package that is built by and around you.
We understand the importance of retaining your independence as much as possible. With our expert carers from our Northampton team, not only will we provide practical support, but we will encourage you to continue to live the life you want to lead. Whether you enjoy watching the racing at Silverstone or simply going for a short walk around your local park, our carers will be here to ensure that you can continue to live your life on your terms – just with a little help along the way.
Live-in care to support you in Northampton
With live-in care, you receive round-the-clock support to ensure that you can continue to feel safe in your home. Whether you’re living with a progressive condition, recovering from a life-changing illness or injury or you simply need a helping hand to get you through the day, Sarah and her team are here to provide you with a tailored home care package to give you the support you need, whenever you need it.
The great thing about live-in care is that you have the freedom to choose how to live your life. There are no visiting restrictions, no set mealtimes or menus and no daily schedules to abide by; the only person who decides what you do with your day is you. What’s more, you won’t just receive a carer that supports you practically – your mental wellbeing is important to us too. So, whether you like to complete crossword puzzles in your living room or take a walk around Pitsford Reservoir, you won’t just have a carer to support you there – you’ll have a friend to enjoy it with.
I love it when the carers come because I feel like I can be myself and they’re not going to judge me.
Paula, a Helping Hands customer
Domiciliary care in Northampton
Otherwise known as care at home, domiciliary care from our Northampton team gives you and your family the peace of mind that you have the support you need in the comfort of your own home. When the need arises for more intensive support, residential care isn’t always everybody’s first option, which is why domiciliary care from Sarah and her team is the ideal solution to ensuring that you have the care you need without having to leave the place you feel most comfortable.
With you at the heart of our service, we will work closely with you and your loved ones to ensure that the care you receive is built entirely around your needs. Whether you need 30 minutes a day or regular overnight stays, you have the freedom to decide the frequency and intensity of your care to ensure that you have everything you need to bring peace of mind to you and your loved ones.
Specialist dementia care and support for you and your loved ones
We understand that the time following a dementia diagnosis can bring lots of anxieties and uncertainties. With hundreds of different variants of dementia, learning to understand the condition while coming to terms with either your or your loved one’s diagnosis can be unnerving for all involved. That’s why Sarah and her team are here to inform, advise and support you through every step of your dementia journey.
As one of the leading dementia care specialists in the UK, our carers are here to help you to understand the situation surrounding you and your family, as well as offering guidance on support on how you can continue to communicate and enjoy your time together. With specialist care from our Northampton team, it’s so much more than just practical support; we help you to remember the person underneath the dementia.
Elderly care to retain your independence
As we grow older, we can begin to find more difficulty in our day-to-day tasks than we used to. Whether it’s sorting the laundry, preparing your meals or helping you with getting out and about into the local community – sometimes a helping hand is all you need.
With compassionate, person-centred elderly care from Sarah and her team, we’ll ensure that you have the support you need so that you can continue to live your life with minimal disruption.
Respite care for as long as you need it
We understand that care needs can often be unpredictable. Sometimes the need for care can arise so quickly that finding an alternative seems almost impossible – but with respite care from our Northampton team, we can often put a bespoke care package in place within 24 hours of your initial enquiry.
Whether your usual caregiver is going on holiday, you’re recovering from an unexpected illness or injury or you’re due to be discharged from hospital and don’t feel confident on your own just yet; Sarah and her team are here to give you the support you need, for as long as you need it.
My biggest achievement has been a relationship I built with a lady who had dementia. We enjoyed spending time together and I encouraged her to go out. I loved taking her shopping.
Jade, a carer
Fully-trained carers to support you in Northampton
We’re proud to be one of the leading care providers in the UK, fully licensed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). And with 30 years’ experience under our belt, we understand exactly what it takes to provide high-quality care in your home – which is why we only select the very best carers to become a part of our team.
As part of our stringent recruitment process, each of our carers receive full background checks, including Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) screenings, before completing award-winning training in areas such as moving and handling, safeguarding and dementia care.
Here at Helping Hands, we are the only home care provider endorsed as a Centre of Excellence by Skills for Care.Request a callback Email us
Areas across Northampton that we cover:
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Find out more about care in Northampton
If you’d like to speak with Sarah about how we can help you, please get in touch with us. We’re here to take your call seven days a week.
If you’d rather meet face-to-face, you’re welcome to pop in to our branch or we can meet you at a place most convenient for you; whether that’s at your local coffee shop or your kitchen table.