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Palliative care in the South East

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What South East Palliative Care Services are Available?

Palliative care is a branch of care reserved for people who have received a terminal diagnosis but aren’t necessarily in the final stages of life. It is suitable for those who may still have two or three years left, and wish to maintain their well-being and lifestyle as best as possible. The main focus of palliative care is to ensure your.progressive condition is constantly managed and monitored so that you’re able to continue living life on your own terms for as long as you wish.

Our wonderful team of carers in South East are able to provide bespoke, person-centred palliative care services to you on both a visiting care and live-in care basis

At Helping Hands, we firmly believe that home is the best place to receive the support you need, rather than moving to a residential care home. Staying at home for care means you’ll be able to continue living in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of the home that you love, and will have the best possible chance of being able to maintain your normal routines, activities and schedules.

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Monday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday 9:00am - 5:30pm
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Contact us today for flexible live-in home care services in South East England. We also have fully trained carers available across the rest of England and Wales.

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End of Life Care Options in the South East

End-of-life care is similar to palliative care in that it is designed for those living with a terminal illness, but it is typically reserved for those approaching the final months or weeks of life. End-of-life care places more of a focus on relieving any pain being experienced by the patient, and ensuring symptoms are minimised so that they can be comfortable and dignified at the end. During what can be a very difficult and emotional time for all concerned, end-of-life care also provides emotional and practical support for the family, ensuring everyone is being looked after in their hour of need.

Why Choose our South East Palliative Care Team?

Since 1989, Helping Hands have been providing expert, person-centred home care services to customers across England and Wales. In that time, our wonderful carers have helped tens of thousands of people to maintain their well-being and independence.

We’re very particular about who we recruit to our South East care team – we only ever hire candidates who possess bucketloads of natural compassion and kindness, and who are clearly committed to providing exceptional care. We know that not everyone’s cut out to be a carer, and we want to ensure that the people we’re sending to your home are fully suited to the role. All of our carers have been enhanced DBS-checked, and provided with extensive, industry-leading palliative care training which equips them to look after people with a wide range of care needs. And, with all of our care services being fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW), you can have full confidence in our commitment to only the very highest standards of care each and every day.

How to Arrange Palliative Care in the South East

If you’d like to arrange palliative home care in the South East, we’d love to hear how we can help you. Our friendly customer support team are available seven days a week to assist with any queries you may have, and talk you through your palliative care options. Alternatively, you can contact us through the form on our website if you’d prefer to receive a call back at your convenience.