While Sandhurst knows all about hard work and discipline, so do we at Helping Hands. Over the last 30 years we’ve worked tirelessly to establish ourselves as the foremost home care provider in the UK, caring for thousands of customers and enabling them to live their best life in the home they love. We’re fully regulated by the CQC and CIW too, so you can trust us to look after you or your loved ones. Talk to us today to find out more.
We can support you in and around Sandhurst, Blackwater, Yateley, Owlsmoor, Eversley Cross, Camberley, Crowthorne, The Ridges, Finchampstead and the surrounding areas.
Sandhurst needs no introduction, as it’s famous world-wide as the location of the Royal Military Academy, however its history goes back much further than that. The name is thought to be from the sandy soils and wooded areas and is Anglo-Saxon, and life remained much the same for residents until the academy was built in the 19th century.
We’re used to change at Helping Hands, as over the last 30 years we’ve gone from a small localised home care company to one that has a presence across the whole of England and Wales. With our visiting service available from just 30 minutes a week and our live-in service also, we can design a package of care for you or your loved ones.
For over 30 years, we've been supporting people with care, nurse-supported care and companionship across England and Wales. As industry-leaders in home care, we know what it takes to provide the right level of care so that you can retain your independence in the comfort of your beloved home.
Over 160 branches across the UK means we're local to you
We are not an agency - we employ every carer directly
Get to know your carer before care starts
Family-run and experts in home care since 1989
Fully flexible care packages as your needs change
Flexible care provided in your own home with a fully qualified carer. Visits start from as little as 30 minutes up to several hourly or overnight calls throughout the week.
One-to-one support from a fully qualified care that lives with you. Full-time support so you can stay at home where you feel most comfortable.
Visiting care gives you the best of both worlds; you get superb care in your own home on a one-to-one basis, but the knowledge that your care is backed up by a large team of support staff and their combined expertise. We can offer support from just 30 minutes a week so that you can have help with medication, personal care, meal preparation, housework, laundry and so much more, as well as escorting you to appointments and activities.
Live-in care means you don’t just get one of our amazing live-in carers residing in your home with you, on hand to support with every aspect of your daily needs, but you also get the positive benefits of companionship around the clock too. Having someone with you at all times won’t just be reassuring for you, it’ll also do the same for your loved ones, so if you’re not keen on being in the house on your own or you have complex care needs that require full-time support, live-in care could be the answer.
We are not a home care agency; we’re a fully regulated private company who work hard to ensure that our carers and customers know how much we value them all. Our carers are well looked after – we employ them directly and would never expect them to be self-employed or for our customers to deal with the inconvenience of it for them, and we make sure our pricing structure is always as transparent as possible, so that you know what to expect when your bill arrives.
Care at home, or domiciliary care, can be preferential for many people who wish to stay in the home they love, even after they’ve identified the need for extra support. If you’d appreciate help with various household, personal care or meal preparation tasks, amongst many others, live-in or visiting care at home could be the answer for you, and with visits starting from just 30 minutes a week, we know we can design a bespoke package for you.
When you’ve received a diagnosis of dementia, thoughts naturally turn to care and questions are asked about who will take care of you as your dementia journey progresses. Dementia care from Helping Hands will see our professional and experienced dementia carers come to your home on either a visiting or live-in basis and provide all the care you need, such as medication and mobility support, preparing meals, personal care, taking you to appointments and activities and so much more.
When you need short-term care, perhaps due to recovering after an accident, illness or surgery, or maybe because your regular carer needs a break or your family are going on holiday, respite care can be the answer. We’ve been supporting people to have short-term care in their own homes for over 30 years, so we really are the name to trust for short or longer-term care at home. Even in an emergency we are the ones to turn to, as we can have care in your home within 24 hours.
As we get older we sometimes become a little frailer, whether from general age-related causes or the after-effects of an illness or accident. If you’re finding that tasks take longer than they used to, don’t struggle on at home, talk to us about elderly care to take the pressure off your shoulders. Our compassionate carers can help with vacuuming, preparing meals, taking a shower safely and so much more, including helping you to access the community and attend appointments and activities.
Our carers are the best in the industry in our opinion, because we train them well and we know they’ll immediately apply that knowledge to the care they give their customers. We also only select people to be Helping Hands carers who share our vision for providing the highest standards of care at home, which has helped us to become industry leading home care experts over the last 30 years. Because we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you can have the highest confidence in our expert service.
Our Sandhurst branch is fully regulated and accredited by the CQC and CIW.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
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