Live-in care and visiting home care in Shipley
Situated on the meandering route of the River Aire, the small town of Shipley thrived in the Industrial Revolution and played a large part in the growth of the textile industry. What was once home to a number of powering water mills, Shipley is now home to one of the UK’s leading home care providers – Helping Hands.
Covering Shipley, Bradford, Ilkley, Keighley, Cottingley, Thornton, Fagley, Menston, Oldfield, Queensbury and the surrounding areas, Branch Manager Tracy and her team of dedicated carers are here to provide you or your loved one with person-centred care that enables you to remain in the comfort of your own home.
Meet Tracy Ellis, our Branch Manager
"Hi, I’m Tracy. As the Branch Manager for Keighley, I ensure that all of our customers across the region receive the warmest welcome and the highest standard of care from compassionate and considerate carers.
“I have over 25 years’ experience in managing care and I absolutely love what I do. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than being able to put a care plan in place to keep a customer in the home that they know and love with the support around them so that they remain safe and have their well-being looked after, whilst retaining their independence at home. "
Visiting home care tailored to your needs
With dedicated visiting care from our Shipley team, we ensure that you have the support you need so that you can continue to live your life with minimal disruption to your usual routine. Our aim is to give you the support you need to feel safe and independent at home, which is why Tracy and her team will work with you to build a personalised care package that is focussed entirely around you.
Whether you need 30-minute drop-ins to help you with your household chores or more complex support throughout the day and night, our Shipley team are here to give you the support you need, when you need it. And with a team of expert clinical nurses to allow us to cater for a wide range of complex conditions such as spinal injuries and PEG feeding, you can rest assured that you are only receiving the best level of care.
What a great impact Helping Hands has had for my mother. She is really pleased with the helpers who are ensuring that she is ready for the day. Knowing she has someone there has been a godsend.
Clare, a Helping Hands customer
Live-in care for round-the-clock support
If you are looking for more intensive support but residential care isn’t a suitable option for you, live-in care is the perfect solution to ensure that you have the support you need to maintain a healthy and independent life in the comfort of your own home. With live-in care from our Shipley team, we’ll not only provide you with practical support, but we’ll work with you to find a carer that shares your hobbies and interests, so you don’t just receive a carer; you gain a friend.
We understand that inviting someone new to live in your home can be quite daunting, but Tracy and her team are here to provide you with guidance and support throughout the process to alleviate any worries you may have. Our carers are committed to providing unintrusive and person-centred care, so whether you enjoy visiting the quaint villages nestled in the nearby Yorkshire Dales or simply heading out for an afternoon stroll down the banks of the River Aire, they will be right by your side enjoying it with you.
Domiciliary care to support you in Shipley
We understand how important it is for you to feel safe and independent in your own home, and we’re proud to have been supporting people to do just that for over 30 years. With dedicated domiciliary support from Tracy and her team, you will have the freedom to choose the frequency and intensity of your care so you can continue to live your life entirely on your terms. With no restrictions on mealtimes or menus, no visiting guidelines and no daily schedules to follow, domiciliary care ensures that the only person in control of your day is the person who matters most – you.
I’ve been a visiting carer for nearly five years now, and really enjoy it! The flexibility helps me to stay at home with my children in the daytime and work evenings and weekends.
Sarah, a Helping Hands carer
Specialised dementia care from our expert team
Dementia is an umbrella term that covers over 100 different conditions and affects over 850,000 people in the UK. They can each affect an individual in different ways, and they can all be equally distressing for the person living with that condition and their loved ones. But as the UK’s leading dementia specialists, we’re here to provide the right level of guidance and support so that we can help you to live well following a dementia diagnosis.
With dementia, familiarity is key. That’s why our Shipley team will work closely with you to follow all your pre-existing routines and preferences in the place you know best – your home. With empathy and understanding, we will also provide support and guidance to your loved ones so that they can have a better understanding of the condition and its symptoms, so you can continue to enjoy your time together as a family.
Elderly care to support you at home
As we grow through the various stages in life, we may need to start adapting our day-to-day lives due to the physical differences we start to feel – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to compromise on your independence too. Whether you need someone to pop in little and often to help you with your household chores, or you’re living with a progressive condition and you require more intensive support throughout the day and overnight, Tracy and her team will work with you to ensure that you have the care you need to remain independent at home.
Respite care for your short-term needs
The need for care can arise at any given moment, often with such little notice that finding an alternative seems almost impossible. With bespoke respite care from our Shipley team, we’ll step in to ensure that you have the care you need, when you need it.
We believe that you should never have to compromise on the quality of your care, that’s why our expert team will provide a seamless transition to ensure that you can continue to receive the support you need with minimal disruption to your existing routine. Whether you are moving out of residential care and need some support to adjust to life at home, or you have experienced an unexpected illness or injury and would like a helping hand on your road to recovery; we’ll be there to support you for as long as you need us to.Request a callback Email us
Fully trained carers to support you in Shipley
Here at Helping Hands, we’ve been providing person-centred care to thousands of families across England and Wales for over 30 years, so we know exactly what it takes to provide high-quality care. What’s more, each of our carers go through a stringent recruitment process and are fully-trained in areas including moving & handling, health & safety, safeguarding and medication administration, so you can be sure that you are only receiving care from the best in the industry.
All of carers are directly employed by us and they all complete full background checks such as Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) screenings, so you don’t have to worry about any additional paperwork. Not only do our carers have the experience and the knowledge that is needed to provide high-quality care, but they also possess the one quality that simply cannot be taught: they all genuinely care.
We are incredibly proud to be the only home care provider to be endorsed as a Centre of Excellence by Skills for Care, and we are also fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
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If you would like to speak with Tracy about how we can support you, please call us on 01274 350 586. We’re here to take your call seven days a week.
Alternatively, if you’d rather meet face-to-face, you’re more than welcome to visit us at our branch on Otley Road. Or if mobility is difficult for you, we can come and meet you at a place most convenient for you – whether that’s at your local café or in your home.