Our home care team in Welling are on hand to provide adults of all ages throughout the community with the compassionate assistance and expert guidance they need to maintain an independent lifestyle. With ongoing professional development, industry-leading training and Care Quality Commission (CQC) monitoring & regulation, we offer support that enables a safe and fulfilling lifestyle for your loved one, regardless of their condition.
Our Welling team are available to assist you in the likes of Dartford, Eynsford, Gravesend, Hartley, Meopham, Shorne, Swanley and surrounding areas.
Once home to popular musicians, such as Kate Bush, and Steve Hillier of Dubstar, Welling is a historic area of South East London, bordering the county of Kent. With a professional team dedicated to providing the area’s inhabitants with the very best standard of home care, Welling is also home to one of the nation’s leading home care providers – Helping Hands.
With all manner of customers requiring varied assistance from weekly visits to frequent daily check-ins and even full-time live-in care, we are on hand to help your loved ones receive the additional support they need to preserve their independence at home. All care plans are tailored to each individual and packages are flexible so that your plan can change as your needs do. Get in touch today to learn more about how we can help you.
"Hello, I’m Jackie. As Branch Manager for the office in Dartford, I’m responsible for the office staff and team of carers, ensuring the service runs to exceptional levels, growing the business and developing everyone continuously - including myself!
"I’ve always worked within the domiciliary care sector, but with council contracts. Helping Hands inspired me to take on a new challenge within the private sector
"It fills me with pride to know that our clients are receiving an excellent range of services that are all designed to meet our customers’ needs."
For over 30 years, we've been supporting people with care, nurse-supported care and companionship across England and Wales. As industry-leaders in home care, we know what it takes to provide the right level of care so that you can retain your independence in the comfort of your beloved home.
Over 100 branches across the UK means we're local to you
We are not an agency - we employ every carer directly
Get to know your carer before care starts
Family-run and experts in home care since 1989
Fully flexible care packages as your needs change
Flexible care provided in your own home with a fully qualified carer. Visits start from as little as 30 minutes up to several hourly or overnight calls throughout the week.
One-to-one support from a fully qualified care that lives with you. Full-time support so you can stay at home where you feel most comfortable.
With visiting care ranging from 30 minutes per week to ongoing daily support, our home care team is on hand to provide the additional support you need to maintain your independence at home with a person-centred approach to every individual. With industry-leading training, 30 years of experience, and a dedication to compassion, rest assured your loved one will receive the care of professionals who are committed to prioritising your wellbeing as little or often as you need.
Every care plan is tailored to each individual so that you receive support as part of a flexible package that can change as your needs do. Whether you require a friendly face to check in on a weekly basis, or a companion who helps you with daily tasks on a regular basis, our visiting carers are equipped to deliver all levels of support with kindness at the forefront of its delivery.
For full-time support that caters to your needs around the clock, our live-in care team are on hand to provide discreet and unobtrusive delivery of care day or night. With a dedicated live-in carer, you can feel safe in the knowledge that there is a professional who shares an interest in your hobbies, understands your routine, and is on hand to provide assistance as and when you need it.
With home care around the clock, you have a comfortable, cost-effective solution to residential care that allows you to keep control of your lifestyle as you enjoy the freedom of your own home. Our live-in carers possess expertise in a wide variety of conditions so that you have a companion who is prepared to assist with any difficulties you may experience in your daily routine.
For those living away from family or struggling with conditions that make your daily routine increasingly difficult, a domiciliary carer is somebody who provides the additional support you need to continue living independently and does so with your dignity and happiness in mind.
Domiciliary care is the ongoing support from a visiting carer that allows you to enjoy living at home with all the difficult tasks taken care of by a dedicated professional. Whether you require scheduled visits to help you attend appointments and accompany you on trips out, or regular daily visits to help keep on top of household tasks and continue making your home liveable, a domiciliary carer is a companion who puts your well-being above all else.
Unlike care agencies, we directly employ every member of staff through locally-managed branches that pertain to the consistency of our brand values and high standard of training. Our packages are bespoke to every customer and include zero hidden costs, so you understand precisely what you’re paying for, along with the knowledge that you are receiving an exceptional quality of care that is tailored to you.
Our service is fully regulated, with regular monitoring and ongoing training. With these things in mind, we are committed to the professional development of our staff and ensuring every carer feels valued in their role and is motivated to do their utmost for every customer.
Throughout our 30 years of experience, dementia care has been a cornerstone of our service; delivering a friendly face, extensive knowledge and genuine compassion to the home of those living with dementia nationwide. From your initial diagnosis and during all stages of the condition, our dementia care team are here to guide you through every step with informed advice and consideration for the wellbeing of your family as well as yourself.
As memory deteriorates, we believe staying at home is all the more important. Being in a familiar environment and surrounded by as much love and happiness as possible is paramount for mitigating the challenges of dementia, and we do our utmost to ensure your home is a safe place to achieve that.
Ageing comes with its privileges, but lessened mobility, increased frailty and more susceptibility to health problems are challenges that often warrant extra support in later years. Whether you struggle living alone or require specialised care for a condition, our elderly care team are on hand to give you all the support you need to continue living independently; within the comfort of your own home.
From making meals and taking care of the laundry, to personal care and helping you get around your local community, our elderly carers are equipped to assist you in maintaining an independent lifestyle and provide the help you need, morally, as well as physically, to live a safe and fulfilling routine.
Our respite care team is on hand to provide short-term care for those who require a temporary provider. It may be the case that your usual carer is away on holiday or is off sick and an urgent replacement is required, while some of our respite care customers are in need of temporary support while they recover from surgery or an injury.
With a respite carer, rest assured you will receive a fully qualified professional that can work around your routine for a time specified by you. Whether specialise support is required, or a companion to help you with your independence at home, there is a Helping Hands respite carer ready to assist you at short notice.
With over 30 years of experience in delivering person-centred home care, we’ve built upon our foundation of kindness to go from strength to strength in our service and become an industry-leading provider with branches nationwide.
Throughout this process, a commitment to improving our expertise, training and industry credibility has been at the forefront of our success. We are proud to employ a diverse workforce determined to progress their careers and deliver the very best support to our customers. Just 2% of applicants are accepted for a position with Helping Hands, all of which undergo extensive background checks including Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) screening and ongoing professional development in line with our Care Quality Commission (CQC) licensing.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
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