For more than three decades, Helping Hands has been offering exceptional quality care to those who need it in the comfort of their own homes. Whether it’s offering mobility support at home or around the community, help with housework, personal grooming like washing and dressing, or medication and errands, our fully trained carers are here to work their magic.
All personal care services are provided by our Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered office Helping Hands West Manchester, and our home care services offer you the freedom to choose the level of care that most suits you and your schedule. Our team providing live in care in Salford can arrange care calls at a length and frequency that best fits your familiar routines, and lets you get on with living the life you want to live. It’s all about making sure you get the professional, one-on-one support you need to feel safe and comfortable, whatever your needs.
Should the unexpected happen, our carers are here for you in your hour of need. We offer emergency or urgent same day care, as well as overnight care with overlapping carer shifts to make sure there’s always someone on hand if you need them.
We understand that life doesn’t always go to plan. If you find yourself needing brief periods of care when your regular carer is unavailable, then Helping Hands is ready to step in and provide support in the form of respite care. We’ll send a carer to fill in for regular carers while they take some time for themselves or tend to urgent matters. What’s important is that you receive smooth, uninterrupted support when you need it most – whether that’s for a few days or few weeks.
For seniors and elderly people, Helping Hands offers a real alternative to having to move to a residential care home or nursing home. Our carers can offer you personalised and individual support that works around your unique habits, personality and daily routine, so you feel safe and confident engaging in everyday activities. Because our carers really take the time to get to know you and your preferences, you’ll feel confident you’re receiving elderly care that’s just right for you.
At Helping Hands, we believe that home care is about so much more than just practical assistance. All our carers understand that sometimes what’s needed is a friendly word of encouragement or a cup of tea and a chat at the kitchen table. We’re here to offer not just practical support, but emotional support, too.
Domiciliary care is care that is provided in the comfort and privacy of your own home, as an alternative to residential care at a care home. There are many key advantages – care in your own home puts you in charge since it fits around your needs, whatever they are. You may need a carer for a little extra support while you recover from a hospital procedure, or you may opt to have a weekly care call to help you put domestic issues in order and run errands.
All our carers are fully trained and passionate about helping you get things done. And since plans can change, you can rest assured that you always have the freedom to increase or dial back the level of care you need to suit you.
It can be a little overwhelming to seek home care for yourself or a loved one, because it’s so important to find the right match. At Helping Hands, we treat those we care for like family. We know that a compassionate, helpful attitude goes a long way, and that just the right carer can drastically improve quality of life.
That’s why we focus on selecting only those carers who are as passionate as we are about making a difference. Every one of our carers has a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate and a thorough background check, as well as comprehensive training. We believe it’s our commitment to high standards that has earned us the positive testimonials and reviews we’ve received, not to mention our accreditations.
We’re licensed by the industry governing bodies, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are routinely inspected for safety efficacy. We’re also the only UK company ever to be rated as a Centre of Excellence for our in-house training programme.
If you’re considering full-time live-in care, respite care or domiciliary support for yourself or a loved one, please do contact our customer care team to see how we can help.