Helping Hands Community Care is a leading independent care organisation that has been serving local communities across the North East of England, established in 1988.
The team at Helping Hands is committed to providing a home care service that’s second to none.
Our care workers, many with specialist skills able to help people with complex needs, are working 24-7 to help elderly and vulnerable people.
We provide a critical role in visiting homes in towns and remote rural areas to ensure the old, disabled, sick and injured are cared for in the comfort of their own homes.
Carers often travel long distances to visit homes to meet and support people who come to rely on us as friends and companions while also providing essential services. Our support can range from preparing and cooking meals, shopping, cleaning and washing to also managing medication and helping with other personal matters.
Many Helping Hands carers also have the experience and expertise to provide specialist care for people with behavioural needs, disabilities, dementia or post traumatic injuries.
Our skilled carers are trained to deliver clinical support where needed. We often work closely with families, specialists, rehabilitation centres, therapists and other health professionals to ensure we tailor our support to meet the needs of the individual.
Central to our organisation is RESPECT, an aspirational philosophy that drives everything we do, internally and externally. All of our carers are encouraged to embrace our collective responsibility to make life better for colleagues and service users.