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Homecare Services

Making the Right Choices

Its a frightening time for anyone who finds they need the service of a homecare provider. Having to deal with all sorts of officials to find out what help is available and how you can access this help. Often times, when a need is identified, an official from Social Services will visit and rather than advise on what help you can get, you end up being told what you need and how you are going cope in the circumstances!

Download our free guide to your options when choosing the right homecare solutions for your and your family.

Your Options
CHOICE - is a word rarely used in these circumstances by anybody who needs the service of a homecare provider, however, with the government initiative on Direct Payments you can CHOOSE who you wish to help with care for you or your loved ones and not be forced to use a service that you have no control over, but still have to pay for!

Yorkshire Homecare Services are a local agency that care about people not profits and can offer a real alternative to anyone who is dissatisfied with their current service or who find they need help at home. As with all homecare providers we are CQC (Care Quality Commission) registered, which means our systems and procedures are regulated, which means our systems and procedures are regulated and inspected regularly to ensure security and safe care are maintained.

We operate 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365 Days a year and you speak to the Consultants directly, not an answer machine, or worse, a messaging service. In an emergency you will speak to people who understand and know exactly, your circumstances and requirements.

Clients can be anyone over the age of 18 who lives within the Hull & East Riding area.

Clients could have a wide range of needs and include the elderly, young physically disabled, People with learning disabilities, people with mental health problems and people who have been diagnosed as terminally ill and who wish to remain at home.

Our respite service allows people who are the main carers for family members to have a short break and relax.

Services we can provide in the home include:

Household cleaning service
Personal care service
Live-in service
High dependency service
Hospital discharge service
Relief/respite holiday service
Bathing Service
Laundry Service
Community support
Emergency Service
Day/Night sitting
Collecting pensions
Get up service
Putting to bed service
Preparation of meals
Shopping service

For more information and/or an informal chat please contact our helpline on 01482 679900

Other Useful Contacts

Some of the website links given below are for organisations and charities who may be able to help and advise you regarding some of the care funding options available to you.
the UK’s largest charity working with and for older people
A membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Admiral Nurses are specialist dementia nurses, working in the community, with families, carers and supporters of people with dementia
The Lewy Body Society was founded in 2006 in order to raise awareness and educate the public, the medical profession and those in health-care decision-making positions about

Dementia with Lewy bodies.
The Huntington’s Disease Association exists to support people affected by the disease and to provide information and advice to professionals whose task it is to support

Huntington’s disease families
The Parkinson’s Disease Society is the leading charity dedicated to supporting all people with Parkinson’s, their families, friends and carers
Organisation offering advice and support to people with Multiple Sclerosis
The Stroke Association is the only UK wide charity solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages
A charity for people with diabetes
A charity with groups across the UK where people can find support and encouragement.
The charity that supports people with a brain injury and those who care for them
Working together to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life
Working to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress
working to support people with mental health needs to get what they want from life and to feel happier
About cerebral palsy. For disabled people achieving equality
Carers UK is the voice of carers and a good reference site
The National Advocacy Network (or NAN) is the only fully inclusive network for advocates and advocacy schemes across the UK