Care At Home

                                                               

  • For people of all age groups who wish to maintain independence at home
  • ‘Home’ can be a room, an apartment, a house in the suburbs or a room, apartment or independent home in a retirement village.
  • Carefully selected home carers assist and support people of all ages to cope with daily living activities.
  • Does your family live far away or Overseas and you need someone to call on or provide support for you from time to time?
  • Do you need someone to support your loved one from time to time to ensure that they have taken their pills or given themselves their diabetic injection?
  • Do you live in another city or Overseas and you need someone to support your loved one from time to time?
  • Do you need someone to contact who can provide support in the event of a fall or injury at home?
  • Do you need someone who can be one of the contacts on your Emergency Care list?
  • You may need a simple meal to be prepared in an emergency.
  • Short Check In and support visits
  • Longer shifts or visits
  • Emergency visits to assist when there is a crisis
  • Last minute Home Care when there is short notice, your Home Carer has let you down or no one else is available at short notice.

‘My husband and I are going away from 1 – 18 May.  I need someone to assist my mom with showering, dressing, ensure she eats a healthy breakfast and takes her pills in the mornings.  In the evenings I need someone to assist my mom into her nightwear.’

‘I need someone to checkin on me once a day and take me to my specialist appointment once every three weeks.’

‘I need someone for nightshifts 7 days on , 7 days off.’

‘My mom lives in a house on her own.  She needs someone she can contact in the event of a fall or similar emergency in the home.  My siblings and I live in Gauteng and abroad’

‘I live on my own in my house.  I have an Emergency Care alarm button.  I need someone to be one of the people on the Emergency Care contact list.’

‘I live on my own, I need someone to provide support for me from time to time.’

‘I live on my own, I need someone I can contact who can help me in an unexpected domestic or personal emergency.’

‘I work in Cape Town.  On occasion and I need someone to stay with my Mom in Somerset West for the day while I am away. I leave for work at 6.00 a.m.’

‘I need someone to stay with my mom who is 95, while my husband and I go out for supper or to a movie in the evening.’

‘My husband and I are going away on holiday for 9 days.  I need someone to provide support for my mom who is 95, frail, and recently suffered from a mini stroke, by providing a short visit during the day.’

‘My dad is back on his feet.  However, the mind is strong but the body is weak.  He needs assistance with daily activities until he has recovered sufficiently to operate fully independently again.’

‘The carer has let me down this weekend, do you have someone who can assist me at very short notice’.