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About Care Services

There comes a time in the life of many adults when new and unexpected responsibilities fall on your shoulders. Over time, elderly family members and loved ones may fall seriously ill, or their health declines to the point where they require special care.

In circumstances like these, it’s easy to feel lost and unsure about what next step to take. Do you quit your job and dedicate yourself to caring for your loved one? Do you ask a spouse or family member to take on this mantle of responsibility? Or do you relocate their loved one to a special facility?

At Mansion ABLH Recruitments, we offer another option: care at home

Dementia Home Care

At Mansion ABLH Recruitment Limited, we offer high-quality dementia home care, allowing patients to stay in their familiar surroundings and maintain their daily routines. Our tailored in-home service focuses on individual needs, providing consistent supervision and professional care to ensure safety and health. Our caregivers, trained to handle the complexities of dementia and Alzheimer’s, offer one-to-one support, minimizing disruption and stress for both patients and their families. We believe that consistent routines and familiar environments are crucial for the stability and well-being of dementia sufferers, enabling them to interact with loved ones and lead as normal a life as possible.

Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary caregivers, also known as home or private caregivers, help individuals maintain their independence and quality of life by providing daily or live-in care. They assist with household tasks, medication, personal care, and other activities essential for daily living, allowing people to remain in their own homes while receiving the support they need.

House Keeping Services

A housekeeping assistant can help with domestic cleaning, laundry, ironing, meal preparation, household chores, pet care, and running errands, allowing you more time for enjoyable activities with family and friends.

Errands And Shopping

Our support can make a world of difference, with special attention to only helping with the aspects you want by adapting to your changing needs. All of our assistants are thoroughly vetted and reference checked and have all undergone comprehensive training courses to gain. As a fully regulated service, we place importance on helping you in all areas of your life. Whether you opt for visiting care or live-in care, our dedicated staff can come with you to social gatherings, either to simply transport you there or to assist you for the duration.

Emergency Home Care

Life’s surprises can be delightful, like meeting an old friend or receiving a gift, but they can also be disruptive, especially when you suddenly need care for a loved one who can't care for themselves. In such situations, consider our emergency home care services. Caring for a sick or elderly family member is a significant commitment, and our service provides a quick solution by assigning a professional caregiver to ensure your loved one's health and safety when you're unexpectedly unavailable. Note, however, that this service is distinct from emergency medical assistance, which should be handled by medical professionals.

Visiting Care

Domiciliary caregivers, also known as home or private caregivers, help individuals maintain their independence and quality of life by providing daily or live-in care. They assist with household tasks, medication, personal care, and other activities essential for daily living, allowing people to remain in their own homes while receiving the support they need.

Medication Assistance

Our caregivers are extensively trained to provide dedicated medication support, whether through visiting care starting at 30 minutes per week or 24/7 live-in care. They are proficient in medication management, ensuring accurate administration and record-keeping, recognizing its critical importance. Detailed training includes medication reporting and safeguarding procedures. Each client's personalized support plan outlines medication administration and relevant risk assessments.

Caregiver Assisted Travel

Our assistants can help you get out and about, either by using your car or on public transport. Being able to leave the house with confidence means you’ll be able to maintain as much normality and independence as possible and can keep living life on your terms. For many of our customers, being able to get out and about makes a massive difference to their physical and mental well-being.

Home Care

Home care, also known as 'care at home,' provides flexible, personalized support that allows individuals to receive expert assistance in their own homes as needed. This option is ideal for those struggling with daily routines, requiring mobility support, living with complex medical conditions, needing help to leave the home, or seeking companionship. It is a popular alternative to residential care, enabling people to stay in the homes they love while receiving tailored care ranging from weekly visits to specialized medical support.

Personal Care

Personal care for elders is the support and supervision of daily personal living tasks and private hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your appearance. Personal care can include providing assistance with bathing & showering, going to the toilet, shaving & nail care, skin care, and catheter/stoma care. It can also include helping with meal preparation, laundry and bed changing.. It provides you or your loved one with the opportunity to receive discreet and sensitive one-to-one support from a fully-trained private caregiver.

Companionship

Sometimes care and support aren’t about a complex medical need or essential personal care tasks, but rather living the life that you want, doing the things you love and feeling as human as possible. Companionship care is a type of home care service designed for individuals who may be at risk of loneliness or who have been experiencing loneliness for some time. A caregiver will visit the person’s home and spend time with them, providing company and emotional support.

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Dementia Home Care

Our high-quality dementia home care means there is no need for someone living with dementia to move into a care home. Our tailored in-home service focuses completely on our clients and what is best for them.

Out of all the possible diseases people face in old age, dementia and Alzheimer’s are some of the most brutal, mostly due to the profound changes in behaviour and the capabilities of the person affected.

Despite the difficult outlook of patients suffering from these conditions, they’re still able to lead a semblance of their normal lives. They can still interact with their loved ones and family members, as long as they get proper care.

Most Alzheimer’s and dementia patients have unpredictable and sometimes risky behaviour patterns. That’s why they require regular supervision and care to stay safe and as healthy as possible. We, here at Mansion ABLH Recruitment Limited, offer a solution for families and people who need the support of professional dementia caregivers. Whether it’s caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other health conditions, we’re here to help.

Health professionals believe that a consistent routine and familiar surroundings are crucial for ensuring the stability of dementia sufferers. A similar principle applies to those who suffer from Alzheimer’s.

If you have a family member who is struggling and you don’t want to put them in residential care, Mansion ABLH Recruitment Limited can help. Our expert dementia caregivers understand the importance of consistency and are ready to provide care in the patient’s home.

The Alzheimer’s and dementia home care approach usually puts the least amount of stress and strain on the person being cared for. They will stay in familiar surroundings, and their daily routine will likely be much the same as it was in previous years.

We select caregivers with good experience dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s sufferers and ensure that there is an absolute minimum of disruption for our clients. These specialists undergo a training program and can handle any difficulties posed by your loved one’s illness. They can offer one-to-one care for dementia patients and handle issues with behaviour, mobility, or any unexpected situations that may arise.

Having a firm understanding of your loved one’s medical condition and mental state, our caregivers will adapt their care and communication towards the circumstances and make the experience as convenient as possible.

Emergency Home Care

Life is full of surprises and unexpected changes. Some of these surprises, like meeting an old friend or receiving a gift from a stranger are truly special and brighten up our day. Unfortunately, we also face situations when the changes are not pleasant and disrupt our plans. If you are in a tight spot, and urgently need help caring for a loved one who cannot care for themselves, you should consider taking advantage of the emergency home care services we provide.

 

If you have a family member who is ill or unable to move around much due to their age, you are probably quite familiar with the great amount of time and effort that goes into caring for them. This care is a serious commitment to the family member’s health and safety. Especially since leaving them without the proper care even for a day can have disastrous results.

 

So what can you do if your sick loved one is suddenly left with no one to care for them due to life circumstances?

 

There is an easy and common-sense solution and that’s our emergency home care for the elderly. Two simple steps:

  1. You contact us and describe the situation and kind of
    care you need.
  2. We quickly find a professional career and assign them
    to caring for your loved one.

It should be mentioned that this service is not the same as emergency medical assistance, because medical emergencies should be dealt with by doctors and hospital staff.

As much as we might try to plan out and micromanage our daily routines, these plans rarely hold up when put to the test with the unexpected twists life throws at us.

Many different situations would lead to the need for emergency home care:

  • The spouse of your loved one has passed away or fallen very ill. Upon reaching old age, spouses rely on each other more than ever for support with all that ails them. Thus, when one of the two is left without this pillar of support, finding someone to provide them with even the basic level of care becomes critical.
  • The person previously caring for the family member is suddenly absent or unavailable. Having a designated carer who you relied on for a long time suddenly fail to show up can be a bit of a shock, but it doesn’t have to be a hopeless situation. You are taking a trip or have other new obligations. If you are the main person caring for your family member and suddenly some time-limiting obligations or travels come up, you will certainly need to find someone else to carry out the work.
  • The health of your loved one has suddenly deteriorated. Even the strongest and liveliest of elderly folk can see their mobility and aptitude quickly take a hit with the onset of illness. While they were once capable of day-to-day tasks before, they will now need to rely on someone to care for them.

If you sign up for our urgent care services, you can expect us to quickly find and assign a qualified professional to care for your loved one.

 

After an arrangement is made, this caregiver will come to the house and provide the watchful and attentive care that your loved one needs. This person will help them with moving around, carrying out daily tasks, and giving medical assistance. The caregiver can also provide company to someone who is going through a tough time and benefits from human contact.

 

If round-the-clock supervision is required, our specialists will be able to live in the given house throughout the contract.

 

Speaking of the contract, we offer a flexible 48-hour arrangement that can be tailored to your needs. You will only need to cover costs for the duration of the care used and will be able to start and stop the care at any time you find convenient.

Home Care

Home care is a bespoke support option that lets you receive first-rate care in your own home.

Also known as ‘care at home’, home care allows you or your loved ones to receive expert assistance in your own home. Home care can be received as little or as often as required – every individual will have their own set of care needs, which makes it important to have full flexibility over the support that you receive.

 

Whether you’d just like weekly care visits or require specialist care for a complex medical condition, home care is for people with all types and levels of need. Here are some of the many reasons why home care is such a popular support option:

  • Struggling with daily routines
    A caregiver can assist with your daily routines – whether that’s doing time-consuming housework or providing discreet personal care
  • Unwilling to move to a care home
    Care at home is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to moving to residential care because it allows you to remain in the home that you love
  • Requiring mobility support
    A caregiver can help you get into and out of bed and move around your home with confidence, as well as assist with physiotherapy exercises
  • Living with a complex condition
    Our caregivers are fully trained to help people living with complex medical conditions who would benefit from extra support at home
  • Needing help leaving your home
    With home care, your caregiver can help you get out and about – whether that’s popping to the shops, seeing loved ones or going away for the weekend
  • Feeling lonely or isolated
    All Helping Hands caregivers are chosen for their kind, friendly personalities, which means they provide wonderful companionship as well as care support

Our Expert caregivers, visiting you at home to provide life-changing care when and where you need it.

Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary care is a range of services put in place to support someone in their own home.

Domiciliary caregivers, also known as home caregivers or private caregivers, are professionals who help people live independently in their own homes through daily visits or live-in care. Their role is focused on assisting with household tasks, medication, and other activities that help to maintain quality of life.

It is available to those who need another pair of hands to help with day-to-day household tasks, personal care or any other activity that allows them to maintain their quality of life and independent living.

Personalised support
Domiciliary care allows you to enjoy a personalised care plan that ensures you’re always getting the right support for your needs and wishes.

A holistic approach
Our holistic approach means no stone is left unturned in your care plan, so you’ll get the emotional, practical and physical support you need.

Stay in a familiar environment
Many people relish the chance to remain in the comfortable, secure surroundings of home whilst receiving the additional support they need.

Spend more time with loved ones
You’ll be able to choose when your family and friends visit, and your caregiver can assist with hosting duties – including getting your home spick and span.

One-to-one care
Care at home allows you to receive personal one-to-one support from your caregiver, meaning you’ll always have their full attention.

Maintain your routines and hobbies
Domiciliary care allows you to continue living life on your terms, which includes keeping up with all your favourite hobbies, routines and activities.

Domiciliary care is for anyone who wants to stay at home to receive the support they need. Our expert cares will take care of your needs.

Visiting Care

Visiting care supports you to continue living from the comfort of your own home.

Visiting care offers the support you want, when you need it, so you can continue enjoying an independent, comfortable life at home. With support starting from just 30 minutes per week and going up to several visits a day, a visiting caregiver can make all the difference.

From support with your medication and going to the toilet, through to knowing your favourite meals and whether you prefer a bath or shower, our fully regulated visiting care service lets you continue living the life you want, on your terms.

Personal Care

Personal care for elders is the support and supervision of daily personal living tasks and private hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining your appearance. Personal care can include providing assistance with bathing & showering, going to the toilet, shaving & nail care, skin care, and catheter/stoma care. It can also include helping with meal preparation, laundry and bed changing.. It provides you or your loved one with the opportunity to receive discreet and sensitive one-to-one support from a fully-trained private caregiver.

You will receive assistance in the following:

  • Bathing and showering
  • Getting dressed
  • Oral hygiene
  • Applying make-up
  • Foot care
  • Toileting and continence
  • Moving position in bed
  • Managing a stoma

House Keeping Services

Cleaning services
A housekeeping assistant can help with all the awkward domestic cleaning jobs, such as hoovering the stairs and cleaning the loo.

Laundry and ironing
A helping hand with the laundry and the ironing can free you up to spend time doing the things you enjoy with family and friends.

Preparing meals
Whether you want your favourite meal or nutritious snacks, a housekeeping assistant can prepare food and drinks for you.

Household chores
From doing the laundry to taking out the bins and maintaining your garden, your assistant can stay on top of the housework.

Caring for your pets
Your caregiver can lovingly help look after your furry friend, including feeding them and taking them for walks.

Running errands
You might benefit from errand support, such as help with your mail, picking up groceries or collecting a prescription on your behalf.

Medication Assistance

All of our caregivers are trained to provide dedicated medication support, including helping you to organize and administer it.

Whether you choose to receive visiting care from 30 minutes per week, or you have live-in care around the clock, our expert caregivers are carefully trained in medication management to ensure that they will always be able to administer and record your medication with the highest levels of efficiency and professionalism. We understand how vitally important it is to get medication management right – after all, your life could depend on it – so you can always be sure that our caregivers and managers consider it the highest priority when ensuring a caregiver is ready to visit their customer for the first time.

Our medication training is detailed and carefully assessed to ensure that all of our caregiver are confident in managing their customers’ medication, including the reporting procedure and safeguarding processes in the unlikely event that a customer takes too much medication. Your personalized support plan will detail every aspect of the medications you take and how they are to be administered, along with relevant risk assessments for those medications that require it.

Talk to our friendly customer care team any day of the week to discover how our amazing private caregiver could be making the difference to your, or your loved one’s life in the home you love.

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Companionship

Sometimes care and support aren’t about a complex medical need or essential personal care tasks, but rather living the life that you want, doing the things you love and feeling as human as possible.

Companionship care is a type of home care service designed for individuals who may be at risk of loneliness or who have been experiencing loneliness for some time. A caregiver will visit the person’s home and spend time with them, providing company and emotional support.

Your companion is there to be a friendly face and provide fun, compassionate companionship throughout the week.

A companion can prepare your favourite meals for you at the times that you decide, and can also sit and share the meal with you.

If you’re finding you need a bit of extra assistance with the shopping, a companion can either collect it for you or accompany you to the shops.

Travelling long distances can seem a daunting prospect, but your companion can help you plan your journey – as well as accompanying you.

As well as providing friendly companionship, your caregiver can also help out around the home with domestic tasks such as cleaning and laundry.

Whether they’re plumping your pillows, adjusting the heating or tidying things up, your companion can help ensure you feel comfortable and relaxed.

Find your perfect companion today!

Outdoor Services

Errands And Shopping

Support from a Mansion ABLH Recruitment Limited personal assistant to boost your independence and confidence.

Our support can make a world of difference, with special attention to only helping with the aspects you want by adapting to your changing needs. All of our assistants are thoroughly vetted and reference checked and have all undergone comprehensive training courses to gain.

As a fully regulated service, we place importance on helping you in all areas of your life. Whether you opt for visiting care or live-in care, our dedicated staff can come with you to social gatherings, either to simply transport you there or to assist you for the duration.

As well as providing practical and personal support to you at home, your assistant can also help you to engage in your interests and normal routines, such as:

  • Going out for meals
  • Meeting friends and family members
  • Going to church
  • Exercise classes
  • Attending social clubs
  • Visiting relatives
  • Trips to the theatre
  • Attending events

 

Caregiver Assisted Travel

The ability to travel is what keeps us connected.

Our assistants can help you get out and about, either by using your car or on public transport. Being able to leave the house with confidence means you’ll be able to maintain as much normality and independence as possible and can keep living life on your terms.

For many of our customers, being able to get out and about makes a massive difference to their physical and mental well-being.

Here are some of the benefits of having a travelling companion:

Visiting your favourite spots
With caregiver-assisted travel, you don’t have to stop visiting your favourite cafés, restaurants, and day trip destinations.

Navigating public transport
Using public transport and getting to grips with timetables becomes straightforward when you have someone alongside you to help out.

Exploring new locations
Your assistant can drive or accompany you anywhere you like, including exploring new spots that you might not otherwise be able to visit.

Seeing friends and family

Travelling with a caregiver suddenly gives you the ability to visit and spend time with loved ones with much greater flexibility and without concern.

Maintaining your routines

For a lot of people, an independent lifestyle means being able to maintain as many of the same routines as possible, such as doing the weekly shop.

A friendly face alongside you

Having a friendly, reliable companion alongside you wherever you go can be a great source of comfort and reassurance.

More than just a helper!