Whether you or your loved one is living with a condition such as dementia, are a younger person who needs some extra support, our domiciliary care teams across the country can help you.
Our carers in Reading provide support for our clients regardless of their situation and specific needs. Our team of carers visits them at home meaning that they can remain independent and in control of their lives – without needing to go into residential care.
Our Reading Home Care team can ensure that you or your loved one has a detailed care plan that ensures that you are getting exactly the support that you need, whilst being adaptable and able to change as your needs change.
With over 30 years of experience in the home care field, we have developed and grown to have a deep understanding of how to provide the best domiciliary care possible, and this allows us to proudly say that we are industry leaders in home care.
Whether you are looking for domiciliary support as little as a few visits each week, or several visits every day, our home care team is available to help. They are able to assist with a range of tasks that can make life easier, from nursing care, to the running of errands.
With a helping hand from our fantastic home carers, you or your loved one can enjoy living in the comfort of their own home, where they feel and are safe, surrounded by the things and people that they love, and are also getting the psychological and physical support that they need.
Our person-centred philosophy means that we can devise bespoke care plans that take your personal needs and requirements, likes and dislikes into account, ensuring high quality, friendly, and professional care at all times.
Whether you need a little or a lot of support, our domiciliary carers in Reading can provide high-level visiting support for you or your loved one. Here at Helping Hands, we don’t use agency care staff and all of our care teams have been DBS checked before they start working for us. They have been specially chosen not only for their abilities but also for their friendly and compassionate personalities.
We ensure that all of our carers have been trained to ensure that they are providing the best support possible and are kept up to date with developments in the industry. We also provide them with ongoing training and a 24/7 telephone support line should they feel that they need it.
We appreciate that everybody is different and requires different kinds of care services – and different levels of support. This is why we have a range of different care packages, enabling you to find one that perfectly suits your own situation.
Here at Helping Hands, we can provide you with support ranging from regular visiting care to live in care – whereby a professional carer will live in the home and be available on a full-time basis. Our live-in carers are specially chosen to match our clients, aiming to not only provide the assistance that they need but also form a long-lasting friendship.
Our registered nurses in Reading are available to help with any clinical support that you need, and our respite care team can also cover respite periods for regular carers.
We can carry out an array of duties, aimed at making life easier, safer, and maintaining independence and quality of life. These can include:
Here at Helping Hands, we see our job not only as helping to support our clients to live a better quality of life and stay out of residential care, but we also want them to be able to enjoy the time that they have with their friends and loved ones.
We can take the strain of care, leaving you to have fun and make beautiful memories!
We are always looking to ensure that we are providing the best domiciliary care services to our clients, regardless of their situation, but we understand that we cannot do this alone. We are regularly inspected and regulated by the CQC (Care Quality Commission) – the body that is responsible for regulating care services in England.
In addition, we are always looking to develop our knowledge and skills in supporting our clients and work closely with leading organisations who represent them and their carers. Organisations such as the Dementia Action Alliance are amongst them.
If you or your loved one are in the Reading area and think that you could benefit from some support from our domiciliary care team, please get in contact with us to discuss with you how we can assist you.
We are available to chat with you over the phone, by email, or in-person.