Respite care is temporary short or longer-term care, which may be needed for several reasons; perhaps your regular carer needs a break, your family members are going on holiday or you’re being discharged from hospital. Having respite care from Helping Hands means you’ll be supported by a company with over 30 years’ experience, so you can be confident that you or your loved one will be professionally taken care of.
Respite care comes in two solutions; visiting care, where a carer come to your home for pre-arranged calls from 30 minutes upwards, as often as you need, and live-in care in Wolverhampton which involves the carer residing in your home with you, providing around the clock care and companionship. Even if you need nursing care, we can support you, thanks to the supervision from our team of clinical nurses, meaning we really can care for everyone, regardless of your condition. Our dedicated home care in Wolverhampton will be happy to tell you more, so call them for more information.
Being cared for at home means that you stay in the place you love most; surrounded by precious memories. This can be very beneficial for your mental and physical health as you get to be where you want to be, without the upheaval of relocating to a residential home.
Our carers can help with all the household practicalities as well as care for you, so if you’d like support with personal care, medication administration, meal preparation, housework and much more, call our friendly Wolverhampton home care team today.
If you’re being discharged from hospital or you want to go on holiday with your family, you may feel you could do with some extra support in the short-term. Perhaps your regular carer is going away so you need someone to support you until they return. Thanks to your personalised support plan that will detail exactly how you like your routines followed, you can ensure that your care will continue with no disruption at all.
When you’ve been in hospital, you need to be confident returning home and know that there is after-care support until you’re fully recovered. Thanks to your personalised support plan, your carer will be able to ensure complete continuation of care, meaning total reassurance for both you and your loved ones.
Sometimes emergency care can be needed without any warning. Perhaps your regular carer needs to rush home due to a family emergency, or it may be that your hospital discharge was unexpected. You may even be coming back from a residential home where you’ve been living temporarily, but whatever the circumstances, you can be assured that our carers will be there for every aspect of your care needs.
At Helping Hands, we have been supporting people to live as independently as possible within their own homes since 1989, all over England and Wales. Our carers are amongst the most compassionate you’ll find, dedicated to ensuring our customers always receive the highest quality care possible. We rigorously train our carers to ensure that they are equipped to support our customers, regardless of how much experience they already have. We also offer them opportunities for development so that their skills are always being built upon. We are also fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, which further demonstrates our commitment to delivering the highest standards of care. We have continuously been awarded ‘Good’ status, as has our branch in Wolverhampton.
Talk to our team of customer care specialists to discover how we could be supporting you or your loved ones. They are available seven days a week for your convenience, or alternatively contact us via our website and we’ll be happy to call you back.