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Live in Care in Warrington

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Why choose live in care in Warrington?

Choosing the right type of care for you or someone close to you comes with many questions and worries, which the home care in Warrington are experienced at managing. They’ll get to know exactly what you want and need from your care and put a support plan in place that it totally centred around you, relieving any trepidation you may be feeling about receiving care at home.

Additionally, our Warrington team, along with the rest of our 100-plus branches across England and Wales, are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Being regulated by the governing body for care means that you can rest assured that the care you’re receiving is monitored for its safety, efficacy and responsiveness.

Opening hours
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
Helping Hands Warrington, Unit 2,
9 Padgate Lane,
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4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9 rating

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“Care twice a day for my parents” 26 September 2019

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What’s included with care at Helping Hands?

Many people opt for home care when they reach their more senior years and start to notice that they’re not as steady on their feet or arthritis may be setting in which makes it more difficult to keep up with the housework. Our friendly carers can pop in and give your home a dust, do the laundry, and run the vacuum round, after which they could prepare some lunch for you so that you can take the weight off your feet and relax. This initial hourly care can sometimes lead to more regular care where you receive support with personal care, taking medication and getting out and about in Warrington. The common thread that runs through all of our care packages is that we take the lead from you, enabling you to live the life you want to lead, rather than do everything for you.

Do you need care?

Whether you have vascular dementia and need round-the-clock support with all aspects of daily living or if you’re a young adult with a genetic health condition that means you need assistance whenever you leave the house, our carers in Warrington are equipped to support a variety of different customers with different health conditions and care needs.

Short term home care support

Visiting care starts from 30 minutes a week and can incorporate several hourly care calls throughout the day if you need someone to help to prepare your meals or you just want a bit of company in the afternoons when you’re watching your favourite quiz programmes. We also offer overnight care if you struggle in the early hours and want the extra reassurance of having the assistance of a trained carer on hand should you require it.

Intermittent long term care in the home

Everyone needs to take a break every now and then, and this couldn’t be more important for someone that is a full-time carer, particularly if they live with their loved one or have other responsibilities too. With respite care, you can afford to take a step back and take some time for yourself while we take care of your loved one. We’ll ensure that we keep to all of their existing routines so that everything is settled for your return.

Immediate start home help carers

Sometimes, care needs change or occur at the drop of a hat and it can be pretty much impossible to plan for. Emergency care from our Warrington team means that a carer will be with you usually within 24 hours to swiftly provide the care and support you may vitally require at a time of crisis. As well as assisting you to feel more like yourself again, they’ll be there to emotionally support you so you can start your road to recovery in a positive mindset.

Expert carers

The team in Warrington is led by experienced branch manager Jenna, who has carried on Helping Hands’ values of kindness and supporting our carers fully so that they can care for our customers to an exceptional standard. As well as selecting those to join us that are genuinely caring and compassionate, we ensure that all of our carers are trained by our in-house instructors so that they have the skills required when they’re out in the field. Modules include first aid, safeguarding, dementia, medication, personal care and manual handling, with refresher courses provided for all of our carers throughout their time at Helping Hands. That way, they will always be providing the latest care practices to you in your home, keeping you safe and secure in the place where you feel most comfortable.