Safe Hands Homecare Services

Offering compassionate professional homecare services to our clients.

With Safehands Homecare you can feel confident that our Care Professionals will assist with your care and support needs discreetly and with dignity.

Our Personal Care services ensure that care and support is provided with dignity and a commitment to enabling you or your loved ones to be independent. We understand that having support with daily living such as bathing or dressing can make a difference in your quality of life, helping you to stay happy at home.

At Safehands Homecare we can support you with:

Bathing and showering

Our carers can sensitively assist with personal hygeine to help you feel confident every day

Getting dressed

With a carer, getting dressed and undressed can become much quicker and simpler.

Oral hygiene

Your carer can help you with brushing your teeth and other areas of oral hygiene

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.

FAQs

Personal care is an umbrella term commonly used to define the range of services put in place to support an individual with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your personal appearance. It can also mean,physical help given to a person and prompting of an individual to carry out daily living tasks themselves.
Promoting good personal hygiene helps to prevent illness and the spread of infection. It also helps maintain self-confidence and dignity. Washing your hands is one of, if not the most important personal hygiene practice. While there are many other important aspects of personal hygiene, by far the most important step you can take to prevent the spreading of germs is washing your hands.
A familiar care professional matched with you provides personalised care and support to you in your own home in the way you want it to be provided.
We understand that it can be difficult accepting personal care from anyone and that is why you will be introduced to your Care Professionals and they will spend time getting to know you before assisting you with your personal care.