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Our Services

Supported Living

We provide comprehensive home health care services to young adults aged 16 to 25 who require supported living placements. Our goal is to provide safe and high-quality accommodation in which our young people can develop and enhance their independent skills.

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Dementia Care

Dementia care services provided Stella Maris are specialized support and assistance tailored to individuals living with various stages of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive impairments. These services are designed to ensure the safety, comfort, and well-being of individuals with dementia while also offering support to their families and caregivers.

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Elderly Care

Led by our nursing specialists, care for the elderly involves dedicated support for an older person who wishes to continue living in their own home. It may involve housekeeping services, cooking meals, personal care, domiciliary care, mobility support, administering medication or simply companionship and support getting out and about.

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Respite Care

Respite care provides pre-planned short-term placements for children and young people. The length and timing of each arrangement for respite care, varies according to the specific needs of the child and their family or placing authority.

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Complex Care

The aim of complex care from Helping Hands is to enable you to do the things you want to do, whilst being surrounded by the place you know and love the most; your home. With that in mind, our packages of care are completely individual to you, which means they’re flexible and can adapt around your changing needs too.

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Unaccompanied Care

Unaccompanied children are amongst the most vulnerable in the country. They have often lived through years of trauma and arrive profoundly affected by what they have witnessed.

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Domiciliary Care

Domiciliary carers, also known as home carers or private carers, 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.

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