Using a home carer to give your elderly loved ones piece of mind and confidence to enjoy each day reduces the stress and pressure on you and your family.
Home care does not have to be full time or permanent. Our care workers are used by clients when their family members go on holiday or when returning from hospital and a little extra assistance is needed.
How it works – 4 easy steps:
- We’ll meet you to properly ascertain your care needs.
- We’ll introduce you to a friendly, qualified & experienced care worker.
- After your 1st week we’ll check in to make sure all is going well and that you’re happy.
- You’ll be given a dedicated Case Manager at Golden Care to assist you with all your queries and care needs thereafter.
You’ll have the continuity and comfort of living in your own home and familiar surroundings with companionship to enjoy each day.
Your Care Workers are employed by Golden Care Agency which gives you security of back-up through the Agency.
Our fees are paid by you weekly either by direct internet transfer or cheque.
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