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Home Help

Elder home help enables your loved one to retain their independence while receiving care in the familiarity of their own home.

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Home Help: What's the Cost?

There are various cost options to consider and some help towards fees may be available from your loved one's local authority or through NHS continuing healthcare funding, depending on the individual circumstances

Five Reasons a Loved One Might Need Home Help

If you are considering elderly care options for your loved one, then help at home from a dedicated live-in carer is often the most favoured option.

Is Postoperative Home Help Necessary?

If your loved one is due to come out of hospital following surgery, arranging appropriate home help can allow them to be discharged sooner and to start recovery in their own home.

What Are the Benefits of Home Help?

Help around the house and with personal tasks means that your elderly relative can continue to manage the day-to-day activities within their grasp, while receiving assistance with those things they are no longer able to do.

How Do I Choose the Right Home Help?

If you have an ageing parent or relative who is no longer as able they once were, it's important to understand the different types of help available before deciding on the type that they need.

Does My Elderly Parent Need Home Help?

Changes in your loved one's physical or mental health can deteriorate quite slowly over time, so are not always noticeable immediately, but there are six key signs that you can look out for.

How Can I Pay for Home Help?

You should contact your local authority before hiring home help, who will carry out an assessment to establish if you're entitled to any grants.

How Do I Find the Right Home Help Provider?

If your elderly loved one is in need of care, you should make sure that the person you employ to care for them is honest and trustworthy and has the necessary skills to perform their required tasks appropriately and professionally.