services

How can Beacon help you?

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HOME HELP SERVICE

We assist our clients in maintaining their independence, with chores large and small done their way.

  • House keeping
  • General cleaning
  • Bed making
  • Laundry
  • Gardening
  • Food preparation
  • Shopping
  • Errands
  • Prescription collection
  • Support with pet care
  • Assistance to manage bill payments and budgeting
  • Support to read and respond to correspondence
  • Oversee deliveries and trades people
  • Help to organise home moves
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COMPANIONSHIP

We champion social inclusion and challenge isolation through client-led activities and companionship.

  • Join in hobbies
  • Engage in conversation
  • Accompany to clubs and meetings
  • Schedule and organise trips
  • Accompany on outings and to appointments
  • Support following hospital discharge
  • Emergency and overnight stays
  • Help with technology
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SOCIAL CARE ADVICE

We provide free, impartial advice and information about adult social care and support services including

  • Access to disability related benefits
  • Power of Attorney and deputyships
  • Adaptations to your home
  • Access to Adult Social Care assessments and care planning
  • How to find support with personal care
  • Community Services
  • Access to Care Act Advocacy
  • Sourcing personal care and care homes


We can assist with applications and form filling for Attendance Allowance and Personal Independence Payments, but please note that fees apply. 

 

Our services are available to people living in and around Market Harborough

 

We cover a 10 mile radius around central Market Harborough. If you live outside the area, we may still be able to help. Contact us to find out. 
 

We specialise in working with

  • People who are isolated
  • Older people
  • People living with dementia and Alzheimer’s
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory difficulties
  • People with mental health issues
  • People with learning disabilities
  • Carers