What sort of package do you need your care wrapped in?
Caring for a family member and need a break? . . . Respite care.
Recovering after being in hospital? . . . Convalescent care.
Peace of mind during the night? . . . Overnight care.
Help with getting through the day? . . . Regular care.
Living in residential care? . . . Companionship service for outings and one-on-one support.
Client is partially dependent
Our team of exceptional Carers are carefully selected and well supported. Within the non-complex care level we support:
Personal Cares: Assistance with showering/bathing, dressing and bed-making.
Being the eyes or ears for people with impaired sight or hearing - helping Clients who are blind or deaf to continue living safely at home.
Fostering the confidence of people whose memory is letting them down - perhaps because of Alzheimer's.
Identifying 'peace of mind' incontinence product to trial.
Helping people get out and about and ensuring they have the appropriate mobility aids.
Talk with us
if any of the following situations apply to you. We will be able to work through best options with you.
Assisting a person in their own home as they recover from surgery, a stroke, a fall, cancer treatment. Usually, personal cares and household management are the main focus.
Providing relief for those who are the main carers for their loved one with either physical or cognitive impairment. Several sessions per week may give them the breaks they need, or full-time care while they are away on holiday.
Living in Residential Care
Perhaps you would like to see your Mum or Dad living in residential care get out more or have someone take a personal interest in them, helping them to reminisce about the past, read, play cards or board games, do craftwork or be physically active. Our Clients in residential care find their regular time with an EFM Carer is greatly anticipated and very enjoyable. What a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift for your parent! Paying for regular outings for them to enjoy.
Samples of non-complex Care:
Sessions: Three or more 2-hour weekly sessions
Overnights: 9pm-7am - for peace of mind overnight
Live-In Care: Carer lives in with a Client and provides appropriate care