Visiting and live-in care in Salford
Historically in Lancashire, Salford City is now a free borough and home to several entertainment hubs, including the BBC, ITV, Manchester United Football Club and the Lowry Outlet. Ideally located next to Manchester City Centre, Salford offers arts, culture, sport, heritage, shopping and the UK’s number one home care provider, Helping Hands.
Covering areas such as Eccles, Worsley, Swinton, Walkden, Little Hulton, Irlam, Salford and the surrounding areas, our local Helping Hands team are here to provide bespoke care packages in the comfort of your own home.
Whether you’re living with a progressive condition, recovering from a short spell in hospital or need a little support around the house, our Salford team are here to help.
Meet Kelly, our Area Care Manager
"Hello, I’m Kelly Fox. I am responsible for ensuring that our new branches are opened with fantastic people who are trained to the highest standard, to ensure that our customers always receive nothing less than excellent service.
"When I joined the company myself, I could see just how much everyone cares, and how so many people currently working here had themselves cared for a friend or relative or had experienced first-hand the service that Helping Hands offers to enable customers to stay in their own homes."
Visiting home care tailored to your needs
With over 30 years’ experience, we’re proud to provide person-centred care to hundreds of families across the Greater Manchester area and beyond, ensuring that they are enabled to stay in the home that they know and love.
We understand how important your independence is and that you remain in control of your care – that’s why Louise and her team will work with you and your family to build a bespoke visiting care plan that puts your needs first. Whether your loved one is living with Alzheimer’s, or you are concerned for their wellbeing and safety at home, our Salford team are here to give you the support you need, whenever you need it.
Each and every one of our carers completes an award-winning training programme covering several conditions, including Parkinson’s, dementia, acquired brain injuries and cerebral palsy, so you can rest assured you or your loved one is in safe hands.
Excellent service. All staff at all levels have been very friendly and helpful. Communication is great. The carers have got a good rapport with our parents and trust them completely.
Judi - customer's daughter in Manchester
Live-in care to support you in Salford
If you or your loved one requires more intensive support at home, live-in care is the ideal solution for you to remain in your own home with no compromise on your wellbeing or independence. Inviting somebody new to your home can be daunting, which is why our Salford team of friendly and professional carers will provide unintrusive guidance and support to help you and your family adjust.
Our carers provide more than just practical support, they’re here to be your friend too. We’ll work with you to ensure your care plan is personalised around your needs, hobbies and interests, so you can enjoy your time together.
With no visiting restrictions, set mealtimes or menus to choose from, live-in care allows you to remain in control of your care, with no compromise to your usual routine.
Domiciliary care in Salford
Whether you’d like a 30-minute drop-in once a week to help you put the bins out, or several overnight stays to support you with more complex conditions, Louise and her team can support you with personal care, medication administration, mobility support, household tasks and cooking.
An ideal alternative to residential care, domiciliary care enables you to remain within your own home, with an extra helping hand.
Specialist dementia care from our Salford team
Dementia diagnoses can cause lots of uncertainties and anxieties within the family – that’s why all of our carers are dementia trained, helping you through every step of your journey.
As the UK’s leading dementia care specialists, our expert team in Salford are on hand to offer advice, guidance and support whenever you need it. With the confusion that comes with dementia, familiarity is key. That’s why our team of carers will provide a tailored care plan that suits you, in the place you know and love.
Elderly care to support your independence
As we age, it can often become apparent that our minds and bodies aren’t quite as quick as they once were – but that doesn’t mean you should miss out on activities and occasions. You might just need help hanging the washing out, or support getting out and about in the local community, or even support at a family occasion. Whatever you need, Louise and her elderly care team are here to help you.
What’s more, if your condition is progressive or you fancy a bit more help, we can increase the regularity of your care, ensuring your carer looks after you every step of the way.
Respite care for your short-term needs
Care needs can arise at any given time, which is why we’re here to provide fast-response respite care packages to give you the support you need, when you need it. We can usually provide care in as little as 24 hours from your initial enquiry.
Your regular carer may be ill and you need their hours covering, or you might be returning home after a short stay in hospital Nonetheless, our Salford team can support you, no matter the reason.
Award-winning training for our Salford team
We’re proud to be one of the UK’s leading home care providers, providing dedicated, person-centred care to over 40,000 families, but none of this would have been possible if it wasn’t for our exceptional carers.
Our stringent recruitment process ensures all of our carers receive full background checks, including Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) screenings and must have a compassionate, friendly nature.
Areas across Salford that we cover:
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Find out more about care in Salford
If you’d like to discuss yours or your loved one’s care options in more detail, please get in touch with the Salford care team. Our phone lines are open seven days a week.
If you’d rather meet face-to-face, we’ll be happy to meet you at convenient place; whether that’s at your local coffee shop or in your living room.