Gemma served as a carer for 10 years and she has had experience taking care of clients with dementia/Alzheimer’s disease. One of the families she worked for was delighted of her service as she handles everything with patience and kindness.
Gemma always encouraged her client to get up and explained why it is necessary. She deals with her client’s requests countless of times even during the night. Gemma would also give her client massages and manicure. She sings with her and generally try to make the client feel good.
She helped with housekeeping and make sure they could move around in a clean environment as well as cook simple and healthy meals for the client.
“I went through many unsuitable carers and I was delighted to finally find just what I was looking for in Gemma. She has adapted to the gradual changes that my mother goes through very smoothly. I could not recommend her highly enough.”
“Helping people gives me a very rewarding feeling and I often find this true when I work as a carer.”
Having a bilingual carer who speaks your native language will enable you to maintain your culture and traditions. You will be able to maintain familiarity and form a stronger bond with a bilingual carer in your home.
Elderly carers are there to support your independence at home, no matter the need. An elderly carer will take care of any requirements you may have, so you can continue to enjoy your life at home.
A housekeeper-carer is equipped to provide you with the care you need, as well as look after the home. Housekeeper-carers will be in charge of running the household, so you don’t have to.
Our housekeeper-carer cooks are the best addition to your home. A housekeeper-carer cook will look after your health, your home and also ensure you receive the most nutritious meals.
A housekeeper-companion will be there for you with a kind word or to support you in your favourite activities. Your housekeeper-companion will also ensure the home is kept up to standards.
Live-in care is the most comprehensive type of care. A live-in carer will be there to ensure your comfort, safety and security at all times. A live-in carer will ensure you are living a happy and healthy life in the familiarity of your home.
Live-out carers are a seamless addition to your home. Live-out care can be set up to support you and your schedule. A live-out carer will take care of any necessary tasks around the home, as well as any care needs.
Part-time care is an excellent option if you just need minimal support at home. A part-time carer can visit your home only when you need them to, making sure all your needs are attended to.
Post-discharge care may be arranged to help get you back on your feet after being discharged from the hospital. Your post-discharge carer will look after you as directed by your doctor in your post-discharge care plan.
Respite care allows for another carer to step into the shoes of your regular carer, while they take a break or leave of absence. Respite care can be arranged stress-free, making a seamless transition from your carer to a respite carer.