We understand that living with a terminal illness can be distressing for both you and your family. At Helping Hands, we specialise in providing empathetic, personalised palliative care support that allows you to spend more time with your loved ones doing the things you enjoy. Our palliative care service can be tailored specifically to your individual needs and requirements, with the aim being to give you a good quality of life for as long as possible.
Palliative care at home offers you the opportunity to receive all the specialist support you need in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of your own home. The Helping Hands palliative care team in Nottingham are fully trained to provide specialised medical care for people with a wide range of symptoms, illnesses and conditions through our holistic, personalised support packages.
When you’re coming to terms with terminal illness, end of life care is never an easy thing to think about or deal with. At Helping Hands, we’ve got over 30 years’ experience in providing end of life care to people in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of their own homes. Our dedicated, compassionate carers will go above and beyond in ensuring you receive all the support you need. Whether you need support with pain management, help with meal preparation and washing up, someone to run errands and collect shopping, continence care, mobility support, help with medication or anything else, our end of life care team are trained to provide specialist support that gives you as much independence as possible and allows you to spend more precious time with your loved ones.
The reassuring nature of the home environment is seeing an increasing number of people turn to end of life home care as a preferable alternative to a residential care home or a hospice. At Helping Hands, we offer flexible support that is fully tailored to your specific needs in your home. Our care services start at just 30 minutes a week, all the way through to multiple visits a day or live-in care. All of our carers are selectively recruited for their empathy, dedication and desire to provide only the highest standard of care, and are provided with award-winning training to ensure they’re capable of supporting your independence at home.
We work regularly alongside a number of organisations including NHS continuing health care teams, support groups, hospices and district nurses to make sure we’re able to provide the right level of care for people with virtually any condition. Additionally, we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and the Care Inspectorate Wales, giving you reassurance that we’ll provide only the highest standards of care on a daily basis.
To find out more about receiving palliative care in Nottingham, please contact a member of our specialist care team or get in touch via our website. We’re available seven days a week to discuss your options, and can arrange a meeting with a local care manager when you’re ready to begin your health and social care.