Seniors Helping Seniors Innovates Homecare Services
Homecare services Maidenhead, Ashford, Guildford, Canterbury, Tonbridge, Hastings, Brighton and Warwick ..
Seniors Helping Seniors innovates homecare services throughout the UK.
We provide senior citizens with the assistance they need to maintain an independent lifestyle in their own homes. The most common home care services we provide support Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s)
Our affordable in-home care services empower seniors to live independently by taking care of day-to-day tasks and as health and requirements change, we assist in the ways our clients find most helpful.
We manage the provision of those services expertly and with kindness.
What homecare services are provided?
Each location is independently owned and operated. The services offered vary by location. Check the location nearest to you for details.
Every office provides non-medical home care services and Companionship. Some offices provide Personal Care Services.
Increasing demand for homecare services
Age correlates with homecare services. As the population is ageing there is an increase in demand for homecare services.
It’s important to know that age is not a disease!
Age is about choices
Health and functionality change as people live longer. People choose homecare services because there are things they want to try and tasks they’d rather leave to someone else.
Often loved ones and health professionals with safety concerns intervene to encourage people to utilise homecare services.
A population that is transient and diverse, as well as a decay in the traditional family structure and in social care, means supporting people by providing the services they need and want as they age is a function mostly provided by people self funding their own care or by the state funding or part funding homecare services.
Baby Boomers +
People who are part of the Baby Boomer Generation were born between 1946 and 1964.
The UK population has risen 6% in ten years. 60 million people live in the UK.
18.6 per cent of the population is over 60 years of age and 527,900 (0.9 per cent of the population. Is 90 years of age or older.
The number of people aged 65 -74 living alone has risen 22% in ten years and the number of people living alone aged 75 has risen 5%
The 2021 Census indicates a big bulge in the number of 70–79-year-olds.
Baby boomers are used to buying in services when needed and ‘boomers’ utilise homecare services.
Ageing in place
83% of people want to age-in-place.
Home is both where the heart is and where the memories are.
Ageing-in-place means a person makes the decision to stay at home for as long as they can.
People who age-in-place retain a high level of control over their lives.
Despite illness, disability and degenerative disease people can lead long and happy lives in their homes so long as safe and reliable services come to them.
Supportive in-home services are cost-effective and scalable.
Over six and a half million people are caring for family or friends.
Dementia is just one of the challenges people contend with and dementia is the fastest growing disease.
Within the population of carers, 850 thousand people will be caring for people living with dementia by the end of the decade.
Social demographic change and specifically the fact that every generation has children later in life than the previous generation, means that the need to care for an elderly parent tends to come at peak career age for most people.
The Sandwich Generation buying homecare services for loved ones
Workers dealing with the challenges of dependents at home and elderly parents are referred to as the Sandwich Generation – their time and their resources are challenged at the same time.
1 in 6 carers leave work or reduce their work hours to care for loved ones
People who can afford to, or where distance makes it impossible for them to provide the support themselves, organise homecare services where their parents live.
“Quality and affordability of care for older and disabled people including those with dementia is as much an issue of economic participation as childcare” says Heléna Herklots of the Carers UK charity.
Our non-medical care focusses on keeping well. Preventing crises is very much right-place, right-time in the UK.
The cost benefits and efficiencies in our processes secure our sustainable domicilary elderly care business model.
All our services are delivered with sincere companionship because our focus is same-person care and carefully matching carer to client.
Fully managing all elements of service provides outstanding customer experiences and supports outstanding carers.
Our carers are staying active, staying social, and staying financially stable with an hourly wage which is above the Living Wage. Our franchise partners make money through doing good.
The teachable business model exemplifies profit with purpose, empowerment, inclusivity, self-governance, thought leadership and the value of local expertise.
"We have been using the services of Seniors Helping Seniors for over 4 years and have been really pleased with the care and attention the team have always given to Mum. Nothing has ever been too much trouble and the team have often gone above and beyond to ensure that Mum was comfortable in her own home for as long as possible.
They often shared lots of laughs and fun times as well as caring for her emotional and physical needs and it always left us reassured that she was in the best of hands.
They are a very flexible team and always willing to help out when additional support was required putting the needs of Mum first. A special thanks to Eileen and Simone who have been on the journey with Mum and become more than a companion to her, they have become good friends. A very caring exceptional company. "
"Our Mum is suffering from severe dementia and although we take on a lot of the care ourselves, we needed some extra help in the afternoons. The care from SHS has been outstanding. All the carers have been great with Mum, taking her for a drive, a cup of tea and a piece of cake when able which is her favourite thing to do.
We have received photo’s of Mum from the carers of Mum while she is out and she always looks so happy. She can’t wait to go with them! Teresa provided Mum with a photo book at Christmas – such a lovely thing to do and Mum treasures this. Tina has been great also - always there to help co-ordinate and offer support.
We really cannot fault the care received. We know Mum is in safe hands and Dad can have a rest while she is out. Highly recommended! Joanna, Karen and Nicola."
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