What’s happening

We want to share our latest news and success stories. Take a look at what’s new for InSafeHands.

  • Dementia Friends helping change understanding

    It is true that more people over 65 have dementia but it is not exclusively an older person’s disease. Dementia doesn’t care who you are; it could affect us all. Because public understanding is so poor, people with dementia often feel – and are – misunderstood, marginalised and isolated. And that means that they’re less […]

    11th February 2021

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    Transforming lives with the right care

    Nothing gives us greater joy than seeing a client making changes for the better, and them recognising their own achievements and happiness. It’s a carefully crafted solution, matching the right care giver with our clients. We recently saw one of our alcohol-dependent clients come from despair and low self-esteem to feeling positive and respectful of […]

    11th February 2021

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    Empowering clients through independence

    Our clients and their families choose In Safe Hands for our caring and supportive services. We are proud to deliver a full range of care provisions in our community to a high standard. Perhaps less considered, yet of paramount importance to us, is the promotion of independence for our clients in their everyday lives. This […]

    11th February 2021

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  • Student Case Study

    Investing and supporting students is something that InsafeHands has always been committed to, as it provides a great opportunity for both students and staff. Students get direct experience and a true snapshot of working life whilst staff learn a lot from students in terms of the techniques and processes they have been taught and a […]

    10th February 2021

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