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Cost of care

How much does homecare cost? 

We pride ourselves on our prices being clear and upfront, with no hidden costs. That way, there are no surprises further on down the road. Our prices below exclude VAT & client fees.

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Visiting care costs

With visiting care, a carer will come to your home at set points throughout the day or week to provide practical, physical and emotional support.

✔ Prices start from £25 per hour

✔ Visits lasting 30, 60 minutes or more

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Live-in care costs

Live-in care involves having one of our wonderful, friendly carers live with you in your home and provide you with round-the-clock support and companionship.

From £1,000 per week for a single person

✔ From £1,855 per week for a couple

Call us today to arrange home care

Is home care cheaper than a care home? 

In many instances, home care can work out cheaper than a care home. With our visiting rates starting at £25 per hour, a few regular visits at the times that suit you can be a cost-effective way of receiving the support you need whilst continuing to enjoy your own home. And, if you’re a couple, live-in care starts from £1,855 per week, which is a comparable per-person price to residential care.

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Residential care
Your friends and family can visit as much as they like

You can continue with your preferred lifestyle and routines

One-to-one, 24-hour care from your own dedicated carer

You have full control over your meal times and preferences

You can remain in the comfort of your own home

Can I get financial support to pay for my care?

In England, the threshold above which you’ll have to pay for your care in full is £23,250.

If your assets, including most investments and savings, are greater than £23,250, your local authority will consider you able pay for your care yourself. It is worth noting that for integrated care within your own home, the value of your property will not be taken into account.

If you’re uncertain about your status, you can request a Financial Assessment from your local council to see if you qualify for help towards your care costs. Your assessment will be an evaluation of your financial means, and will calculate whether:

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✔ The council provides financial support for you care

✔ You pay for the rest

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Fully regulated by the CQC

At Helping Hands, our home care service is fully managed and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

From your very first phone call to our friendly team, every aspect of your home care service is independently monitored and regulated by the CQC.

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