Why choose homecare in Swansea from Helping Hands?
When it comes to choosing care for yourself or a loved one, it may be quite a difficult and distressing time for you, especially if you haven’t been able to plan in advance. But with our friendly and experienced carers in Swansea, you can rest assured that you are in safe hands with care workers who will always put your needs first to ensure you’re safe and comfortable in your own home.
Our Swansea branch is regulated by the Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW), which means that our care, safety and processes are all closely monitored by the governing body for care in Wales, giving you peace of mind that you’re being looked after by a regulated care provider.Request a callback Email us
What’s included with home care at Helping Hands?
As leaders in the care industry for over 30 years, we know what it takes to deliver exceptional care to you in your home, regardless of your health care needs or medical condition. We can help with everything from the practical tasks of keeping your home clean and tidy, collecting your shopping and taking you to appointments, to providing specific support for those living with dementia, Parkinson’s or more complex care conditions such as a stroke, brain injury or motor neurone disease (MND).
And it’s not just the practicalities that we’ll assist you with; your mental health is just as important as your physical health and we’ll be there to have a cup of tea and a chat, help you maintain your hobbies and even take you out to the coast for the afternoon if you wish.
Do you need care at home services in Swansea?
There are no set rules that you need to meet in order to receive home care. It really is for anyone who needs extra support at home, who wishes to remain living there independently instead of perhaps moving into a nursing home or residential care home. You may need a couple of hours’ of support each week, or you may require a full-time live-in carer to provide 24-hour support if you have more complex health care needs. Whatever your requirements, we’re here to help.
Short term home care support
If you need support little and often on your terms, visiting care allows you to have flexible assistance that fits in seamlessly with your routines and lifestyle. It’s an ideal arrangement for those in their more senior years who don’t have too many health concerns but need a little extra help with keeping up with the housework or preparing their meals. We can also be there for you if you become more anxious during the early hours. Our overnight care gives you the extra reassurance to know that someone will be there if you wake up and need help getting in and out of bed safely.
Intermittent long term care in the home
Nobody can work 24 hours a day, seven days a week without a break, and this resonates even more so for those that provide full-time care for a loved one. With respite care from the Swansea team, you can rest assured that you can get the vital time off that you need without having to worry about your loved one. We’ll ensure that everything remains exactly the same as how you left it, with our friendly team providing the right support while you take a step back.
Immediate start home help carers
You may have just recovered from an operation and need support at home to help you get back on your feet, or your regular carer may need to attend an urgent situation away from your home without any prior warning. But worry not, because our emergency care service is designed to provide care to you as soon as you need it, often within the same day as your call to us. Day and night, we’ll be right there with you for as long as you need us, so you will never have to worry about how you’re going to cope.
Expert home carers in Swansea
Matthew and his delightful team of care workers really are dedicated to assisting and caring for those in Swansea and the surrounding areas, enabling them to get the best out of life and live the way they wish. And it’s our care workers that are the backbone of our teams across England and Wales.
We invest lots of time and care into our care workers, making sure we only select the very best candidates for the job. Once recruited, they are put through their paces in our assessment centres where they learn the skills necessary to meet our high standards of care. We also complete thorough background checks on our care workers, with several character references and a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) screening.
How to arrange home care in Swansea
If you’re considering care for yourself or perhaps are looking for a loved one, you can call our customer care specialists seven days a week. They’ll get to know what type of support you need and set up a meeting with Matthew and the local team so that they can come and visit you in your home.