Home Instead Senior Care Chesterfield is pleased to announce that they have been approved for membership of the Derbyshire Trusted Trader Scheme. This means we are now included in the trusted trader register which is available through the County Council’s website (www.derbyshire.gov.uk/trustedtrader).
Derbyshire Trusted Trader can help you find honest and reliable traders who commit to doing a good job for a fair price.
Helen's Trust help incurably ill people stay in their own home. The trust aims to help remove the barriers that may be preventing a person from staying at home by funding and providing care and equipment. Some examples of things we have provided in the past are:packages of care which meet individuals needs.equipment, such as a stairlift to enable someone to be able to go to up to bed.transport to and from hospital appointments to enable the person to stay at home.in many cases it is small things that make a big difference. We support anyone within our current geographical remit. We are not bound by age, sex or type of illness and nor do we carry out any form of means testing. Returning to your own home, even after just a short time, can be one of the most comforting feelings, relaxing in your own chair, drinking tea from your favourite cup or watching your pets play in the garden are simple pleasures we can all take for granted. At the most challenging of times these home comforts can make an even bigger difference to our beneficiaries and their families. Everyone has a different reason why their home is a special place for them.
Care100 was set up by Kate Spencer-Payne and Gill Haring. The aim is to offer comfortable surroundings with help and advice to enable you to make the right choice about items to help you live independently. If you would like to come and visit, our showroom is fully accessible including toilet facilities. You can park close to our showroom. If you feel you might need specialist advice regarding powered wheelchairs, please call us before you come down to visit us
Derbyshire Carers Association (DCA) was founded by Gerry Fryer in 1988 following circumstances which found him in the caring position as described by himself here. Once
he realised how little support there was for Carers Gerry aimed for and met his aspiration for Carer support provision. With the help of some other Carers DCA gained its first paid employee in 1989, this has now grown to over 30 dedicated and passionate employees as well as a large number of volunteers.
When anything has needed to be addressed, we have been listened to and care has been taken to improve.Mrs MW, Chesterfield