Having a caregiver that you can trust and rely on to make you feel comfortable about the care of your loved one in the comfort and security of your own home is ideal, especially if you are dealing with a hectic day to day life.  It also helps to have a caregiver you can rely on to take over for a few hours a week if you are playing the role of caregiver yourself, giving you the time and space needed to recharge your spirit.  Taking care of a loved one is both physically and emotionally challenging, which is why CareChamp would like to be able to step in and lend you a hand when you need it most.

CareChamp makes this level of comfort and trust the bottom line by carefully vetting each caregiver who joins their team of ‘Champs’, ensuring that thorough background checks are done, in addition to ensuring health and police clearances for all team members.  The CareChamp team of caregivers are also people who are passionate about their calling and have answered it with the ability to offer the kind of compassion any elderly, frail or disabled client deserves.

The management team at CareChamp has done everything possible to ensure that you can have complete peace of mind while leaving your elderly or frail loved one safely at home in familiar surroundings, knowing that they will have the best care possible.

Depending on your individual care requirements, CareChamp will assist in establishing the most affordable and flexible solution, drawing up a schedule that will suit your needs, whether it is just for a few hours a day, on a weekend or on a long-term basis.  The entire experience offered by CareChamp is one based on transparency and honesty, providing you with the expert advice of professionals dedicated to the highest level of home based nursing services in South Africa.

CareChamp also offers hospital-to-home services, exceptional nannies and companions for the elderly as well as registered nurses who are on call to assist caregivers with any queries they may have.  Why not contact CareChamp yourself to find out what they can do to lend a hand in what may be challenging circumstances for you and your family.

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