January 24, 2020



• Providing a safe, fun and stimulating environment for the children while planning and supporting play and educational activities
• Doing nursery and school runs, and taking children to appointments and activities and organizing play dates with other children
• Preparing meals and cleaning children’s bedrooms, bathrooms and playrooms.


• Live-in care
• Regular visiting
• Overnight care
• Running errands – such as collecting prescriptions or shopping for food
• Transporting to and from activities or hospital/regular medical examinations
• Helping with housework
• Preparing complex or highly specific meals and snacks (such as, in the case of a special medical condition (like diabetes) a food allergy or intolerance, for which it may necessary to find a sitter with additional experience)
• Personal care, such as help with getting washed and dressed
• Housekeeping or domestic work, such as vacuuming, cleaning and doing laundry
• Medication support – both administering or prompting, depending on doctor’s definitons
• Continence care(pads)
• Support with mobility – hoisted transfers, altering position in bed or assistance moving safely around the home
• Companionship – Caregivers often become more like friends and companions, sharing moments, meals and offering emotional support
• Personal Assistant services (scheduling appointments and daily routines for working adults and elderlies but in need of constant care)
• Pet care – if you have a pet, your Caregiver will support with walks and feeding
• Respite Care & Assisted holidays (e.g. helping the client travel with her family)
• Emergency care (calling the family member, guardian, doctor or the hospital in case of emergencies)


• Personal care
• Assistance with daily living activities
• Meal preparation
• Housekeeping
• Transportation


  • Performing Physical Exams
  • Obtaining Medical/Health Histories
  • Providing Patients With Health Promotion, Counseling, And Education
  • Coordinating Patient Care Collectively With Other Members Of The Healthcare Team
  • Taking Part In Critical Decision Making
  • Assessing And Planning Nursing Care Requirements
  • Providing Pre- And Post-Operation Care
  • Monitoring And Administering Medication, Wound Care And Intravenous Infusions
  • Taking Patient Samples, Pulses, Temperatures, And Blood Pressures
  • Writing Records
  • Organizing Workloads
  • Providing Emotional Support To Patients And Relatives