CareApa – Caring for Your Parents

As your parents (or you) get older, living independently in their own home can become more difficult. If they are finding it harder to do the things they used to, they can ask for some help at home (if your are busy!)

Asking for help doesn’t mean that they are losing their independence; it’s quite the opposite. Getting a little help with daily activities means they can stay independent in their own home for longer. In fact, a little support can lead to a much better life.

Help at home looks different for different people. It may mean getting help with shopping and cooking. Or it could be receiving personal care to bath, dress, and get in and out of bed. It may even mean getting modifications to improve their safety and movement around the house.

Getting some help at home can enable them to continue to live independently in your own home for as long as possible.

What kind of services are available?

Meals and other food services 
Help to ensure you continue to eat well, for example: 

  • meal delivery
  • assistance with food preparation 

Personal care services 
Help to maintain your personal hygiene and grooming, for example:

  • bathing 
  • taking medication
  • getting in and out of bed

Nursing care services
At-home help to treat and monitor those with medical conditions. 

Allied health / therapy services
Help to maintain movement and mobility, for example:

  • podiatry
  • occupational therapy
  • physiotherapy

Specialized support services
Help for people with a particular condition, e.g. poor vision, dementia

Domestic assistance
Help to keep your living space clean and livable, for example: 

  • general house cleaning
  • clothes washing and ironing
  • shopping

Home maintenance services
Help to keep your home and garden in a safe condition, for example:

  • fixing uneven flooring
  • installing a security light
  • clearing the yard of debris

Home modification services
Help to increase or maintain your ability to move around your home, for example: 

  • grab rails
  • ramps
  • accessible bathroom redesign

Goods, equipment and assistive technology
Help with mobility, communication, reading, and personal care limitations, for example:

  • robotic vacuum cleaners
  • shower chairs
  • walking frames

Assistance with care and housing 
Linking to housing and care services for people experiencing homelessness.

Transport services 
Help to get you out and about to appointments and community activities, for example: 

  • driver service 
  • travel vouchers and subsidies

Social support services 
Help to remain social and take part in community life, for example:

  • in-home social calls 
  • phone and internet communication services 
  • group social activities

How does it work?

Our Mobile Caregivers are all well trained and certified. They have gone through our thorough verification process to ensure the safety of you and your love ones.

You can book their services on hourly, daily and monthly basis. the fees and services have been displayed on their service pages to ensure transparency of the services provided.

All you have to do is to book they services via , and pay them online. You can do some inquires and you can visit their stores to read their profiles beforehand.

It is as simple as that!!

How do I access these services?

You can visit these gigsters who offer these services:

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