For over 25 years we’ve been supporting adults of all ages to maintain their independence and stay in the comfort of their own homes.
Our highest aim is making sure that you or your loved one feels safe and comfortable. We do this by looking after them in the same way that we’d look after a member of our own family and developing a care plan that is unique to their individual needs. We have a team of experienced, qualified carers working across Keighley, Ilkley, Skipton and surrounding areas.
Like all of us, the elderly and less-abled want to enjoy some independence. We help them take care of themselves so that they can continue to lead independent, fulfilling lives. We can assist with day-to-day tasks such as taking medication, washing, dressing, toileting and continence care, all in the comfort and privacy of their own home. We understand that every person is unique and the care they receive should be personal to their needs and requirements. And with our family feel, you can have complete peace of mind that your loved ones are being cared for with respect and dignity.
Sometimes our loved ones just need some help around the house. Our home help services allow them to worry about one less thing, whether it be collecting prescriptions, taking out the bins or even feeding the cat, we will ensure that their home remains tidy, clean and safe. We cover all aspects of home help to enable service users to live comfortably within their own home. A bespoke and flexible package can be created depending on the needs and requirements. Remember, living well has strong links to better health and well-being.
After a stay in hospital, your loved one may need short-term care to get them back on their feet. It can sometimes take a while for them to regain their confidence. That’s why our carers are on hand to help gradually restore them to independence. We can be there as little or as often as is needed. And we will be respectful and mindful as we understand how vulnerable your loved one may be feeling. Trust us to keep them safe and to help restore their confidence once again.
You may already be looking after a loved one, either full-time or with daily visits. We understand that carers’ roles can be difficult and often the carer themselves needs some time off. We can work with you and your loved one to ensure that our carers provide all the care and support that they need whilst their carer takes some time out.
When you find out that someone you love is nearing the end of their life, you want to do as much as you can to make sure they feel comfortable and safe. At S and S Homecare, we will be there to provide as much support as we can to ensure your loved one can pass away peacefully in their own home. Every moment at home with family is precious, so our dedicated team will create a unique end-of-life care plan to make sure all needs and wishes are met. Our carers will be sensitive and compassionate towards specific personal, religious, spiritual and cultural beliefs, and we will ensure your family is treated with respect throughout.
If your loved ones need 24-hour care but prefer not to live in a care home, then don’t worry, we can provide all the support that they need so they can live in the comfort of their own home. Our fully trained cares can live with them, so they feel comfortable, safe and well looked after. Live-in care is simply an alternative to residential homes, but is much more affordable. We can offer a personalised dedicated carer to keep your loved one safe and happy in familiar surroundings. They can support with day to day personal care, to more complex care needs such Dementia, Parkinson’s, MND and Multiple Sclerosis. Our live-in care service can offer 24 hours support, or overnight sleep-ins to wake-in nights. We also offer short term live-in care to enable your loved one to re-build their confidence and well-being after a fall, a stroke or a hospital stay.
Autism & learning disability care
Our team have experience in developing unique social and care plans to help adults with autism and a range of learning disabilities to live active and fulfilling lives. At S&S Homecare our aim is to develop the skills of the people we support to help them make sense of the world around them and through person-centred care plans, encouraged to achieve their goals and aspirations. For some people this means attending college to access various courses, for others it could be work placements and other day opportunities in-line with their goals.