Su Wai has taken care of elderly as a live-in caregiver for 3+ years. She is especially experienced in caring for elderly with dementia and providing companionship and conversation.
Mang Em Zi has a total of 5 years and 3 months experience working in Singapore providing caregiving. She is experienced in caring for fully bedridden elderly.
Su Mon has a total of 7.5 years experience working in Singapore as a live-in caregiver and helper. Su Mon specializes in providing companionship to elderly, while assisting in their daily needs.
Su Mon Aung was a live-in caregiver for a Singaporean family for 7-years, trained by a member of their family who is a professional nurse. Elderly like her gentle approach to care.
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“Su Wai has relieved me by providing caregiving to my parents in so many ways. She helps me to wheel my father around the estate. She also takes over from my elderly mother slightly more challenging household chores like washing the toilets and cleaning the windows.
So far, she has always been on time, knowing how my elderly folks appreciate punctuality. She’s also very patient with them. Thank you Su Wai!”
“Su Mon is pleasant and strives to improve. She is a versatile caregiver and aims to understand the needs of my family. Punctuality was something that previously was a major concern that the Helpling team helped to resolve, to which we are appreciative of. Su Mon has helped us for a few weeks now and we value and trust her.”
“We are indeed very pleased to have Su Mon around to help taking care of our dad especially, as dad has recently been discharged from hospital after operation to recover at home. Su Mon has a pleasant disposition with a cheery smile, carrying out the tasks responsibly. Thank you Su Mon !”
Sometimes a live-in caregiver isn’t the best option for families because they only need someone for the short-term, cover for their full-time help, or to give the primary caregiver some rest. Some of the more common reasons family choose to go with Helpling Care are as follows:
The Home Caregiving Grant can help make care for your loved ones more affordable. The Singapore government offers a Home Caregiving Grant to help alleviate some of the financial burdens associated with caregiving.