Safe Hands Homecare Services

Offering compassionate professional homecare services to our clients.

End-of-life care provides the holistic support that is needed at the end of someone’s life.

End-of-life care at Safe hands Home Care is a type of  care that is reserved for the final weeks and days of a person’s life. While some people spend their final days in a hospital, hospice or nursing home, end-of-life care at home has become a preferred option for those who wish to spend their last moments within their own home, and surrounded by their loved ones. At Safehands Home Care, we focus on helping the person to spend the time they have left in comfort and dignity, allowing them to pass in the most peaceful way possible.

At Safehands Homecare we can support you with:

Personal care

We can assist with all aspects of personal and continence care, from managing a stoma or a catheter to helping with bathing and dressing. Care at home allows you to spend your last months or weeks in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of your own much-loved home

Symptoms management

Our palliative carers are trained to help you manage any painful symptoms you may be living with, allowing you to live in comfort. Staying at home means you’ll be able to set your own schedules, and spend more time seeing friends and family on your own terms

Administering medication

Safehands Homecare staff can assist with medication support – whether that’s collecting it for you, organising it or actually helping administer it. You’ll receive personal support from a dedicated, compassionate carer who will be completely familiar with your condition and circumstances

Preparing meals

Our carer can cook healthy, balanced meals to ensure you’re getting all the nutrients you need, and prepare your favourite meals and snacks. Palliative care provides peace of mind both for you and for your loved ones, which is something you simply can’t put a price on

Valued Companionship

Having a friendly, trusted companion can go a long way to supporting your emotional well-being, as well as being a source of comfort and reassurance. All our staff receive training to deliver exceptional, compassionate support for people with a range of conditions.

Mobility support

Our carers receive full training in providing safe and practical mobility support, helping you to move around your home securely and confidently. You’ll be provided with a palliative care plan that focuses specifically on your condition – whether that’s a type of dementia, cancer, or other conditions.