CareChamp is the epitome of innovation, combining all the skills and training necessary to offer superior disabled care, dementia care, elderly frail care and post-operative care, with the latest in technology to deliver a streamlined service to clients who need assistance in caring for an aging loved one at home.
The certificates earned by each caregiver at CareChamp from Nido Nursing (Pty) Ltd, added to their experience in nursing homes, private hospitals and private homes, qualify CareChamp caregivers as the very best in South Africa! In addition to this, there is a culture of ongoing training that is inculcated into the team at CareChamp; always looking for better ways to deliver the best service to all clients, irrespective of their care requirements.
What CareChamp offers is the opportunity for elderly, frail or disabled clients to remain safely in the comfort, familiarity and security of their home as their ability to cope on their own diminishes, and every caregiver at CareChamp is committed to maintaining the safety of valuables and respecting the privacy of their clients.
CareChamp caregivers are not there to push anyone around, they are there to bring a better quality of life to the elderly and those with mental or physical disabilities, and to respect the beliefs, culture and background of each client in the process of assisting them wherever it is needed.
Dementia is a form of mental disability, and the caregivers at CareChamp have been highly trained to deal with the difficulties this illness causes, bringing knowledge, experience, sensitivity and compassion into a situation that can be very difficult for family members to deal with on their own.
It’s hard enough for most of us to see our parents losing their autonomy and independence as they age, and dementia makes it that much harder because it feels as if the person we have known and loved all our life is slipping away a little more each day; this is when the training and passion for what they do makes the assistance of CareChamp caregivers a boon in many ways.
Physical disabilities or illness in elderly frail loved ones diminishes their abilities to carry out the simplest of tasks, such as brushing their hair or bathing, and although it is going to take some getting used to, with the right caregiver, accepting assistance is going to be a lot easier for your loved one!
Sometimes, all your elderly loved one needs is a little company to ease the sense of disconnection from the world as they knew it before they had to hand in the car keys and accept the loss of many forms of independence, which is where the caring companions at CareChamp enter the picture to ease isolation that often leads to depression in the elderly.
CareChamp companions are people who are passionate about adding value to the lives of others in their spare time, whether they are retired professionals or work part-time. Companions at CareChamp are available to spend a few hours a week with elderly clients, building a friendship that will help to intellectually stimulate and motivate your loved one, and, if they are still involved in any social activities, to ensure that these activities continue.
A companion will also assist with a few household chores or see to the smooth running of the household if it is required; the point is that not only will your loved one have great company, they will also have someone who really cares on hand to help out with some of the tasks they can no longer carry out on their own.
CareChamp offers every home based nursing and caregiving service possible to make life a lot easier for you, your loved one and your family; they are dedicated to raising the bar when it comes to caregiving and home based nursing in Cape Town. Give them a call to find out just how easy this team can make it for you to have the best in care for your loved ones at home!