Company Background

Hallam Homecare Services was established on November 2016. The company was established based on the shortage of domiciliary care providers in Sheffield. Hallam Homecare Services senior management further researched the demand for Domiciliary providers within Sheffield’s community groups.The company was created to cater for the demand and fill in the shortage of Domiciliary care providers in Sheffield, specifically in the BME sector.

Mission

Hallam homecare Services strives to offer, kind, compassionate, effective and, at the same time, affordable domiciliary care.

It is our goal to employ competent, caring, and well-trained individuals who are responsive to the needs of our clients in order to provide person-centered care. We perceive, taking care of those who once cared for us as one of the highest honours. Hallam Homecare Services is determined to deliver quality care while preserving our clients’ privacy and dignity.

Management and staff experience & skills

Hallam homecare services senior management has a lengthy experience in the care sector within Sheffield.

Through our lengthy support to members of the community we have identified areas that are in need of support within the domiciliary care sector. Furthermore, research was launched by our senior management team in this field. Our gathered findings asserted the high demand for more domiciliary care providers who understand service user’s language, culture and religious differences.

Report NO. 12 of the Carers, Employment and Services (CES), a study conducted at the University of Leeds, focuses on the situation of carers living in Sheffield. The findings draw the light on the fact that 8{0440b41ffd0c12afbc50dac04a575f8fddb42e5d55e6be3b070cea37b118fbe6} of carers belonged to ethnic minority groups. The growing number of such carers suggests, without a shred of a doubt, the need for more providers who can support them and delivers the kind of care which takes into consideration the language barrier, as well as cultural and religious differences.

The above research shows that there is a demand for domiciliary care which focuses on personal centered care for community members taking the above barriers into account.

Our bi-multi lingual staff have many years of care experience and a good/practical understanding of both the cultural and religious distinctions among the community members. All our staff have had constant training that prepares them to fully understand their roles as carers, and they also have the ability to deliver person-centered care. Some of our staff have also been employed in care for many years.