InSafeHands operates a service that provides 365 days cover a year and our services are tailored to your individual needs.

 

 Domiciliary Care Services

Domiciliary Care Services

From 7.00am to 11.00pm

From 7.00am to 11.00pm

Pop in Service

Pop in Service

Sleep in Services

Sleep in Services

Bathing Service

Bathing Service

Cooking Service

Cooking Service

Waking Night Service

Waking Night Service

Shopping Service

Shopping Service

Sitting Service

Sitting Service

24hr Live in Service

24hr Live in Service

Domestic Services

Domestic Services

All suggestions considered

All suggestions considered

All services are complementary to each other, or they can be used separately depending upon individual needs. We hope that if there are any aspects of services that you feel are not right, you let us know, so that it enables us to respond to service user’s individual needs in a way which is flexible and timely. InSafeHands is constantly seeking to develop the services it can provide in line with the changing needs of the communities we serve.

InSafeHands is registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide care and support to the following groups of people:

  • Older people, including those with dementia
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with Learning disabilities
  • People with mental health needs
  • People with sensory loss, including dual impairment

How to access our Service

InSafeHands’ aim is to provide the highest standard of domiciliary care for all individuals. If you wish to access our service direct, simply provide our office team member with your contact details and the hours/services you require and we will contact you to make an appointment for the Quality Assurance Lead to visit you to discuss further our availability and current charges.

Meet The Team

  • Rachel Wright – Managing Director
    Rachel Wright – Managing Director Managing Director

    Rachel has a well-developed knowledge and experience of health and social care services, spanning both clinical professional and managerial roles.

    Having established the InSafeHands business in 2009 she has developed this business to a high standard of service delivery with high care standards and has led the business to achieve a CQC rating of GOOD.

    She has a very “hands on” and inclusive leadership style and is always on hand to support her staff.

  • Mary Haley – Financial Administrator
    Mary Haley – Financial Administrator Financial Administrator

    Mary joined the company in January 2015, and she ensures that the company remains financially viable with robust systems for cash flow. She is responsible for all financial aspects of the business in relation to payroll, invoicing, paying Cheshire East Council, ordering and receipt of goods, payments of client’s bills and spending funds, along with management of petty cash and general admin duties. Mary always ensures that staff are supported in their job roles and helps everyone who is new to the business.

  • Lynn Lurcock – Business Development Manager
    Lynn Lurcock – Business Development Manager Business Development Manager

    Lynn has had 38 years’ experience in the NHS, initially as a Registered Nurse and then moving into general management, working across a spectrum of organisations and services, and latterly working as an Associate Director. Having recently semi – retired, now working part time, Lynn joined the company in June 2017 to help with the ongoing development of the business. Lynn is happy to share her knowledge and experience to help develop those wanting to learn.

  • Gerrie Wilson – Care Manager
    Gerrie Wilson – Care Manager Care Manager

    Gerrie joined the InSafehands family in December 2018, she has been a registered manager for over 20 years and she is incredibly passionate about her job.

    Her day to day duties include managing InSafeHands involve client care consultations which are to discuss with the client their needs and put together, with their help, a personalised support plan. Her other duties include overseeing the management of the office and the care team, business development, working in partnership with other healthcare professionals , their local authority and pursuing professional development.

    She is also responsible for the HR elements of the business and she ensures that the team all deliver services of a high standard. Along with this she is also responsible for meeting and exceeding regulatory requirements to ensure the business and service are Care Quality Commission (CQC) compliant.

  • Lynne Howarth – Scheduler/Senior Carer
    Lynne Howarth – Scheduler/Senior Carer Scheduler/Senior Carer

    Lynne joined the company as a Care collaborator in 2017, after previously running her own business. Lynne, started part-time at the company as a Carer and quickly showed what a difference she could make to our clients, she undertook her NVQ level 2 and subsequently gained a senior Carers role, working in a supervisory role supporting our new Carers and our clients.

    Now working weekdays in the office Lynne ensures that the carers are effectively trained, that supervision of staff and observations of care are undertaken, and that clients care is delivered to a high standard. Lynne also does all the staff scheduling and oversees the recruitment of Care staff.

  • Andrea Parkin – Admin Assistant
    Andrea Parkin – Admin Assistant Admin Assistant

    Andrea joined the company in 2012 and is a key member of the office team. Always on hand to support all the office and care staff with any admin duties and helps staff and clients with all issues/concerns. Andrea coordinates many of the planned events and always goes the extra mile.

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