Arthritis treatment at home usually entails assistance with exercises directed by your physiotherapist, assistance with short walks or muscle loosening movements.
Carers will also assist you with any daily tasks that you may be unable to do yourself, due to arthritis.
Caring for people at home with a stroke might require full assistance with personal care, daily walking and exercises (as directed by your physiotherapist or doctor) and light exercises.
If your speech as been affected, our carers will be mindful to assist you with your communications. Our carers are well trained and sensitive to the after-effects of a stroke and will know to be patient and give you time to express yourself.
If you have had a hip or knee replacement, some assistance might make life easier for you until you are fully mobile again. Consider booking a carer for short visits to assist you with the tasks of daily living.
Whether you need full time, part time care or family respite, we can help.
We prioritise the following three areas to our careteam, to ensure your comfort:
Don’t hesitate to contact us for any for a confidential, no obligation chat. We are happy to help you.
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I want to thank you and all the wonderful carers for your kindness, care and attention to my darling mother over the past 7 years. The service of your agency made it possible for mum to live at home, retaining her independence in spite of medical and physical disability. Over the years we got to know many marvelous dedicated women, whose praise, we as a family, cannot sing highly enough. Their warmth, patience, empathy and ability to meet the challenges of home care were exceptional and for us a very rewarding experience.