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Sensory impairment

Sensory impairment and care Sensory impairment most commonly refers to sight or hearing loss. It includes combined sight and hearing loss, which is frequently referred to as dual sensory impairment or deafblindness. There is an increased prevalence of Sensory Impairments … Read More

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Physical Disabilities

Life with a disability Disabled people are often talked about as though they form one group. But every disabled person faces different challenges and health conditions. The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as anyone who has a physical or … Read More

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Personal Care

Personal Care and support. Maintaining personal hygiene with dignity and respect. At True Quality Service Ltd we understand that this is often the most difficult kind of help to accept.  That’s why we approach it with the utmost respect for … Read More

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Mental Health and Care

What is Mental Health Being mentally healthy doesn’t just mean that you don’t have a mental health problem. If you’re in good mental health, you can: make the most of your potential cope with life play a full part in … Read More

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About Dementia

If you’re becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if you’re over the age of 65, it may be a good idea to talk to your GP about the early signs of dementia. As you get older, you may find that memory loss becomes … Read More

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Care For Older People in Their Own Homes

The Benefits of Staying in Your Own Home “Patients often do better being cared for at home” says Dr Rooke, Chair of Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group. our-carers-thumb Helping Hands Dementia TV Barbara and her Carer, Rosemary, show how the challenge … Read More

Live-in Carer’s experience

Meet Felicity, who loves being Sharon’s Live-in Carer Felicity and Sharon have been a team for four months now. Together they are busy making sure that Sharon, who has Cerebral Palsy and Asperger’s syndrome, can feel confident about living independently. … Read More

The Helping Hand

Helping Hands Approach To Care Helping Hands values reflect the past and what has made us successful, as well as the future and how we wish to develop. They sum up what guides the everyday actions of all Helping Hands … Read More

Our Value

Helping Hands Company Values Our philosophy is simple: “To provide quality support and care to enable people to remain in their own homes and pursue their chosen lifestyle, regardless of age, disability and geographical area” Our Company Values exist to … Read More