At Helping Hands, we have been providing domiciliary care – also known as care at home – since 1989. We deliver care at home so our customers can continue to live an independent and content life, all on their terms.
Our carers truly are experts in the field as they know what it takes to deliver exceptional care, to those who need it most. Our Oxfordshire home care team is just one of our many branches that you can count on. When you choose to partner with us, we promise we’ll always be by your side throughout your care journey.
You may find yourself struggling to carry out certain tasks around the home due to your condition or mobility. Or perhaps you live by yourself and you would like some companionship. If so, you may want to consider domiciliary care.
Our carers can support you with getting dressed in the morning, folding the laundry, preparing dinner, walking the dog and much more. Our Oxfordshire care team can also take you out to explore the community and accompany you to your favourite local spots. Whatever you need, we will ensure your requirements are met.
Domiciliary care is becoming a popular alternative to moving into a care home. There are several benefits to receiving care at home. You are close to your loved ones, in a familiar environment and you don’t need to compromise your routine. Plus, you won’t be restricted to visiting hours and set mealtimes, you’ll have full control over your care.
If you would like to arrange care for a few days a week in the morning, or perhaps a couple of days in the evening then we can provide domiciliary care on a visiting care basis. Alternatively, if you are living with a complex condition or would like someone to stay with you throughout the night and day, live-in care can be arranged.
All our carers in Oxfordshire work hard every single day to make a difference in our customers’ lives. They are friendly and compassionate individuals who will always go out of their way for those in need.
At Helping Hands, we ensure all our carers are fully trained before they come to you. Training includes manual handling, first aid, safeguarding, and how to use mobility aids such as hoists. So, you can have reassurance knowing you are being looked after by our very own experts.
We are also regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales. They regularly inspect our services to ensure we continue to provide the highest level of care for our customers.