If you or your family have opted for home care in order to take care of a loved one who is frail, living with dementia or Alzheimers, CareChamp offers the perfect solution with their flexible, transparent approach to care giving in the comfort of your own home. CareChamp has fully trained home care professionals who will also assist with services such as ‘hospital to home’ care or post-operation care and disabled care, all of which is carefully monitored for quality by the management on a day to day basis.

Depending on your requirements, CareChamp also has a team of wonderful caring Companions who are available to render assistance in the form of spending time with an elderly family member, as well as fulfilling a number of roles in the home, doing all they can to motivate and intellectually stimulate your loved one, including managing the household if required.

Once you have contacted the CareChamp management team for an initial assessmsent they will carefully plan around your care requirements in order to present you with a solution to suit you or your family perfectly. Whether it is on a long term or short term basis, help will always be at hand once you have joined the CareChamp family.

With home care services that start from R 29.00 an hour for a trainee ‘Champ’ and R 59.00 for a fully trained and certified health care assistant, CareChamp has made exceptional home care affordable in South Africa.  Although based in Cape Town, CareChamp is able to render home care services throughout the country in partnership with NIDO Nursing, which is the most widely respected National Health Care Training Academy in South Africa.

You can rely on CareChamp to provide you with a home health care professional who will make you feel completely at ease in your own home, backed up by thorough and intensive background checks, the best home care assistant qualifications as well as police and health clearances.

Visit the CareChamp website to view the entire range of home care services and companions offered by this team of ‘Champs’!

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