Live in care can be big step

We realise just what a big step it can be to have someone come to live with you.

Such an important decision requires both parties to be happy.   

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One-to-one support within the freedom and safety of your own home

Within the freedom and safety of your own home, you’ll enjoy
one-to-one support.

You will be able to relax. You will know someone is there for you.

And they can be there for up to seven days a week.

Or, if you prefer, they can also be out of your way when you don’t want them there.

You can have help with your housework, help with personal care, help shopping or they can simply provide you with good company.

Filipino Care Givers provides help to people with a whole variety of needs, from basic domestic needs to palliative care:

  • Personal Care
  • Daily activities
  • Social activities
  • Companionship
  • Cooking meals
  • Assistance with medication
  • Lightdomestic duties
  • Shopping
  • Accessing local support etc.
  • Stay in hospital companion/carer
  • Palliative Care

 

Companionship

Perhaps you just need some company or help around the house?

Someone you can chat to and discuss things with, at home or when out-and-about

According to Age UK, almost a million people in the UK go for more than a month without speaking to anyone.

We’ve found that many clients don’t necessarily need a lot of help.

But perhaps they would appreciate having a companion sometimes to support them during various activities and household chores.

If there’s room in your life for someone like that, Filipino Care Givers can help.

We can provide someone to share your interests with, while offering companionship.

Clients have found that getting together with a companion makes them feel revitalised and energised.

Spending quality time with someone who understands them and is genuinely interested in them is very important.

Typical activities that Filipino Care Givers clients enjoy with a companion include:

  • Walking the dog
  • Going to collect pension or visiting a bank
  • Shopping for food
  • Going to leisure to activities
  • Enjoying a chat over a cup of tea
  • Company while doing crafts or hobbies
  • Visiting a community centre or family
  • Using public transport for doctor and hospital appointments
  • Cooking and eating meals together

These activities can form part of palliative care programmes relieving stress and alleviating the pressures of illness and disability.

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Contact Us

Filipino Care Givers

Network International Business Centre, 2nd Floor, 30 Heath Road, Twickenham, TW1 4DD

Telephone
08000231280 - Monday to Friday 9:30 to 5:30
Mobile & Out of hours: 07960 756004
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