Helping Hands have been supporting thousands of people to live their very best life in the home they love for over 30 years, thanks to our compassionate carers who ensure our customers remain as independent as they want to be. Whether you or a family member are in need of support, you can be reassured by our fully managed service that is regulated by the CQC and CIW. Why not talk to us today about care at home and see how we could be supporting you or your loved ones from tomorrow?
We can support you in and around Wembley, Perivale, Park Royal, North Acton, North Wembley, Tokyngton, Wembley Park, Sudbury, Preston and the surrounding areas.
Say the name Wembley to most people and they will conjure up images of the iconic sports stadium, and while this is arguably what the area is most famous for, Wembley itself has a much longer history. Its name is derived from the Old English “Wemba” and “lea” for meadow or clearing and was first mentioned in the Selvin charter of 825.
Now that Helping Hands are established in the area it also means that receiving care in the comfort of your own home is easier too, and with visits starting from just 30 minutes per week we can support everyone who needs us.
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 from Helping Hands you get the benefit of our outstanding carers looking after you at home, as well as the full support of your local branch team coordinating your care. This ensures you get individualised support thanks to your bespoke package of care and your small team of carers who you’ll quickly get to know and feel comfortable with. They can support you with everything from personal care to meal preparation, medication to housework, and with visits from just 30 minutes per week everyone can benefit.
Live-in care is exactly as it sounds – one of our amazing carers lives with you in your home, offering around the clock care and companionship so that you’re never alone at home. Regardless of whether your condition is complex and requires the supervision of our clinical nurses, or you just prefer not to live alone, our carers will make all the difference to your everyday life and promote your independence at all times. If you’re loath to leave the home you love and go into a care home, live-in care could be the perfect solution.
We’re better than a care agency, and the reasons why are huge. Firstly, we never charge hidden fees or ask you to pay for ‘introducing’ you to a carer, as we consider matching you with the perfect person to be all part of the service! Also, we never expect any of our carers to be self-employed, we take on all of our staff directly which ensures higher levels of motivation, knowing they’re valued by the company and given constant opportunities to progress their career and develop their skills.
Domiciliary care – or care at home – is a preferential alternative to moving into a residential home for all of our customers, as they get to receive the essential care they need while remaining in the home they love! They’re constantly surrounded by the people, pets and possessions that mean everything to them and haven’t got to be separated from by going into residential care. We can provide domiciliary care on either a visiting or live-in basis, meaning that whatever your care needs are, we can design a package that suits you perfectly.
When you’ve been diagnosed with dementia you need to know that your eventual care needs will be looked after effectively, and even though it can be a difficult conversation to have, the earlier you and your loved ones discuss it and get plans in place, the better. You may not need care for a long while after your diagnosis but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t consider dementia care at home as a good alternative to your loved ones looking after you. That way, all they have to focus on is spending quality time with you, rather than worrying about the practicalities of your care.
Respite care at home is a valuable alternative to going into a residential care home, even temporarily. Whether your regular carer needs a break, you need short-term support as you recover from an illness or accident, or your family are going away for a while, respite care from Helping Hands will see you remain in the home you love and receive all the extra support you need. Even if you need care in an emergency we can help, usually having a carer in your home within 24 hours.
If you are finding that everyday tasks are becoming more difficult for you lately then you may benefit from having some elderly care from Helping Hands. If you’re living with age-related frailties, you have joint pain or other reasons that make carrying out daily life problematic, our compassionate carers can come to your home and do the jobs you’re unable to. Whether you need support with personal care, meal preparation, medication, housework or so much more, we can help.
We believe that our carers are the best in the industry and we’re proud to shout about the compassionate and professional people we have working for us. We can be so confident because we only select people to become Helping Hands carers who share our ethos for delivering the highest quality, person-centred care. We also train them thoroughly when they join us and ensure they’re the right people to enter your home through Disclosure and Barring Service screening. Thanks to being fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you can be sure you or your loved ones will receive the highest levels of care at home every day.
Every one of our carers is a dementia specialist
We are founding members of the UKHCA
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