Whatever help you need around the house, we can do it
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Our team is always happy to answer any questions you have.
When you need an extra pair of hands around the house, we can come and help you with any and all household tasks. We customise our services to your needs, so we do as much or as little as you want us to do.
From household cleaning to gardening, cooking and meal preparation, there’s nothing we can’t or won’t do around the house for you.
Domestic assistance services
Everyone needs a bit of help around the house sometimes, so we focus our domestic assistance on the tasks you need a hand with the most. You’ll get as much or as little support as you need to have the lifestyle you want.
You don’t have to worry about a thing because we’re here to help. We’ll take care of everything you need us to, and we’ll do it just the way you want it. We can do everything, including:
Health and wellbeing
As your care needs change, we can help you in other areas as well, so you can enjoy the healthy, independent lifestyle you want. Our health and wellbeing services include:
The right personal caregiver for you
When it comes to in-home care, the person who is in your home with you is just as important as the things they do for you. We make sure your caregiver suits you, including:
For anything you need in your home, we can help. We’ll make sure your in-home care is as comfortable as possible.
Find out more about our domestic assistance services
For more information about our domestic assistance services, see our information pack for new clients and families. Everything you need to know about our home care services in one place.
Get in touch with us about domestic assistance
If you have any questions about how we can help you, don't hesitate to ask. Our team is always happy to help.
Our friendly team will get back to you within the business day.
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