Our expert palliative team providing home care in Northwich can support you and your loved one during this distressing time. We understand it can be very upsetting when your loved one is diagnosed with a life-limiting condition. However, rest assured our home care team in Northwich will be with you every step of the way.
Our team is fully trained to provide your loved one with specialised, person-centred care without having to leave the comfort of their home. We promise your loved one will receive the utmost care they need. We will also support you emotionally and take on duties so that you can focus on spending time with your loved one.
Palliative care is required when your loved one is living with a terminal condition. This can include cancer, dementia and heart disease. Your loved one will be able to receive one-to-one support from a compassionate carer who specialises in palliative care. Furthermore, with palliative care, you can concentrate on your loved one while our carers take care of daily errands and household duties.
At Helping Hands, we design our care packages with your loved one in mind. Our care team will help manage their symptoms via therapies and treatments. Plus, we will ensure their requirements and needs are fulfilled.
We understand many prefer staying at home, which is why our carers come to you. Receiving care at home allows your loved one to remain in a familiar environment and close to their friends and family. It also has a positive impact on their mental well-being.
Furthermore, palliative care also involves emotional and spiritual support for family members, as we understand how difficult this time can be. So whether you need our carers to prepare meals or assistance with personal care, our carers will be by your side no matter what.
Our friendly carers are selfless individuals who work hard to improve the quality of life for your loved one and their family. After all, that is our goal.
Our Northwich care team provides palliative care on a visiting and live-in basis. Whether your loved one needs support for a few days a week or 24 hours a day, this can be arranged. Our carers can assist you and your loved one with anything you need, including making sure we respect your wishes and support you emotionally.
Our carers undergo a strict background process and are DBS screened for added reassurance. They also complete an intensive training programme, so they are equipped with the essential skills to provide you with exceptional care. We are also managed by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, to ensure that you and your loved one receives a well-led, consistent and trustworthy care service.