Our elderly loved ones sometimes have a difficult time staying busy and active, especially if they are retired and living alone. This often results in lack of incentive and interest in the activities they once enjoyed. Maybe mobility issues become a problem, such as painful arthritis in their hands and then they lose the desire to continue with gardening, crafts, cooking, baking, shopping etc. without assistance.
This is where I can help. I can offer the patience, support and supervision to enable your loved one to carry on being independent and doing the things they enjoy, comfortably and safely.
Families often take on this role, but we are the first generation that are living longer lives yet having to work full time to afford child care and parent care at the same time. Health care has improved so much, we are all benefitting from extra years.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.