Perhaps you are about to be discharged from the hospital, or you have a long-term illness; whatever your situation, our caregivers can assist you.
We provide both live-in care and visiting care to ensure that all of your routines and needs are met. While caring for others is a rewarding experience, it can also be exhausting, which is why it is critical that your regular caregiver has time to recharge their batteries.
Whether you have a professional carer, or your family provide the majority of your support, they all need the opportunity to go on holiday or take a day off. That’s where Helping Hands can make all the difference – your housework, personal care, medication and so much more will be taken care of, so you won’t have to worry about managing.
We can also escort you to appointments, help you to access the local community, or just take you for cake and a cuppa if that’s what you enjoy. By having respite care in your own home, you don’t have to worry about moving into a residential home, even temporarily.
Our carers across Wales go above and beyond on a daily basis to make sure our customers live their best lives possible at home.
We only accept the most caring and compassionate people to join Helping Hands; people who share our values of kindness and have a commitment to delivering the highest standards of care. We’re also fully regulated by the Care Inspectorate Wales, meaning you and your loved ones can have full confidence in our care delivery.
Additionally, we screen our carers through the DBS service and check their references thoroughly so that you will be happy about the people entering your home.
For questions concerning the respite care services we provide throughout all of Wales, you may get in touch with us in a number of ways.
Our customer care team are available seven days a week to take your call, you can chat to us on our website, or we will call you back at a time to suit you. You can also find your local branch here.