When choosing care from Helping Hands you get the benefit of our over 30 years of experience in the home care industry, as well as the support of our amazing, dedicated carers to assist you in the home you love. We’re also fully regulated by the CQC and CIW so you can be confident in our consistent high standards of care. Call us today to discover more about care at home.
We can support you in and around Scunthorpe, Frodingham, Brumby, Holme, Gunness, Keadby, Neap House, Dragonby and the surrounding areas.
Scunthorpe is known as the “industrial garden town” and is the UK’s largest steel processing centre. It has a long history and appeared in the Domesday Book, however, really came into its own from the 1850s, thanks to the formation of the iron works.
We understand rapid growth at Helping Hands as we started with one local branch in 1989 and now have well over 100, thanks to our exemplary visiting and live-in care services.
"I am responsible for the smooth efficient and day-to-day management of the branch of Helping Hands here in Doncaster and the surrounding area. My main role is to oversee, guide and support my team to provide an exceptional service to all our customers and employees.
"This helps drive our service to go above and beyond, providing precious memories, support and moments of kindness for our customers. Encouraging this within our team and leading from the front with this means at Helping Hands, we can provide an exceptional service and a great rewarding place to work together."
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 100 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.
When you choose visiting care you get our excellent standards of care at home delivered by our amazing, dedicated carers. Regardless of the severity of your condition, we can support you to remain as independent as possible at home, through help with your medication, mobility, personal care, housework, meal preparation, going out to activities and appointments, plus so much more. With visits starting from just 30 minutes a week there’s no doubt we’ll be able to design your bespoke package of care.
With live-in care you get around the clock support with every aspect of your daily life, because our carers live with you in your own home. You never have to worry about being on your own again as you’ll have care whenever you need it, plus companionship when you want it. When you need a bit of time to yourself though your carer will undertake household tasks for you, meaning reassurance for both you and your loved ones that you’re being taken care of.
We’re better at what we do than an agency ever could be because we care so much about our customers and carers. We’d never expect our carers to be self-employed like some agencies do, and we’d never charge our customers hidden fees for ‘matching’ you with a carer or referring you to someone else. We’ve always been transparent about our services and that will never change.
Domiciliary care, or care at home, is a fantastic alternative to going into residential care, especially if you love your home and don’t want to leave it. When you need support at home, regardless of the complexity of your condition, our visiting and live-in care services can see carers come to you from as little as a 30 minute visit per week, so we have the flexibility and knowledge to devise a totally bespoke package of care for you.
When you’ve been diagnosed with dementia there is a lot to consider and the question of eventual care may not come high up the list at first, however it’s important to have those conversations with loved ones so that if the time comes when you need dementia care, your wishes will be known by those around you. We’re a dementia specialist company with over 30 years of experience supporting people living with dementia, so you can be confident in our ability to care for you to the highest standards.
Whether you need short-term support due to your regular carer needing a break, your family going on holiday or while you recover from an accident or illness, respite care from Helping Hands can be just what you need in the interim. Thanks to your personalised support plan, our carers will support you just as if your regular carer was still there, providing a continuity of care that is second to none and even in an emergency, we can get care to you within 24 hours.
If you’re struggling with everyday tasks at home, then you may well benefit from a package if elderly care from Helping Hands. Our fantastic carers can support you with every aspect of your daily life to ensure you get to remain living as independently as possible in the home you love. Whether you need support with personal care, medication, meal preparation, mobility, housework, laundry or more, we can help.
Our carers are amazing at what they do; we value them incredibly highly because without them our thousands of customers wouldn’t get the support they need to live their best lives possible in the home they love. Every day of the year our carers are with our customers and to enable them to manage their roles we train them well when they join us, although there are things that we can’t train that they need to have naturally, such as empathy and kindness. Because we’re fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales you can be confident in our high standards of care too.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
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