At Helping Hands, we provide different types of care services across England and Wales. We provide home care in Truro, so our customers can continue to receive support in the comfort of their homes, including palliative care.
We have been providing palliative care for several years and our carers genuinely understand what it takes to deliver the highest quality of support. It can be overwhelming and upsetting when your loved one is diagnosed with a terminal condition, which is why palliative care will help support their mind, body and spirit. Having palliative care also involves providing emotional and spiritual support for family members, as we know it’s not easy seeing your loved one living with a serious condition.
Palliative care is needed when your loved one is living with a life-limiting condition. These conditions can include dementia, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis and cancer. Palliative care follows a holistic approach as it focuses on the individual and not just the condition itself. This can include psychological, social and spiritual support for your loved one and the family. So, if you are the primary caregiver for your loved one, we can step in and let you rest when you need to. Whether you need relief at night or assistance with personal care, we’ll ensure our carers fulfil your every requirement.
We provide palliative care on a visiting and live-in basis. You can have a carer visit your loved one several times a week or stay with them and provide 24-hour support. Both packages have many benefits, but we will work with you to decide what works best for you and your loved one.
At Helping Hands, we believe that receiving care at home is invaluable. Your loved one can receive care without relocating to a residential care home. Plus, they’ll be close to their loved ones, precious pets and special memories, which is important for their mental upkeep. It is essential to keep in mind that our carers do not take over; they offer support when you need it. We are ultimately here to make your life a little easier for you.
All our carers are fully trained and vetted to provide exceptional palliative care for our customers. They are compassionate and inspirational individuals who will always put out customers first.
Our carers specialise in palliative care, so they have the skills to look after your loved one and understand how much of an impact this has on family and friends. This is why we believe our carers are the best people to help you through this journey. Our carers become the pillar of support you need.
As we are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you can have complete confidence knowing your loved one will receive the highest level of care they need to enhance their lifestyle.