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Friends Helping At Home - Plymouth

Friends Helping at Home provide a quality enabling and caring service. We introduce professional, checked service providers and carers that you can meet before deciding whether you wish to book them.

We are not the typical agency. We offer a highly personalised and affordable service with a dedicated person in your area - your point of contact to help you find the services you want, when you want. Typically, our customers can save between 10-20% on their costs and enjoy total control of selecting known helpers and carers.

Every service provider and carer undergoes a rigorous interview process, by a local branch manager. This includes ensuring that enhanced DBS checks, references and insurance are in place.

If you have decided that live-in care is the best solution for you, then there is a solution that every family is entitled to. This is called the 'Direct Payment' scheme which every council has. This basically gives places the funding of care into the hands of the family, enabling them to select the care provider they prefer and the level of care they feel suitable.

The council will assess needs of your loved one and determine an amount as a budget you to use. This can be anything from £50 up to £600 per week depending on your needs and finances. Our branch manager will be able to assist you in obtaining the funding that you might be entitled to.

If you have decided that live-in care is the best solution for you, then there is a solution that every family is entitled to. This is called the 'Direct Payment' scheme which every council has. This basically gives places the funding of care into the hands of the family, enabling them to select the care provider they prefer and the level of care they feel suitable.

How we can help

  • Book the hours on the days you want
  • Always on call
  • Returning from Hospital
  • Respite care
  • Out and about
Based: Plymouth
Please call our Plymouth Branch Manager for further information or to arrange a meeting.
  • 18+
  • 65+
  • Carers
  • Dementia
  • Domiciliary care
  • Heart conditions
  • Mobility issues
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinsons
  • Physical disabilities
  • Stroke
  • Visual impairments

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