Companionship

Whether you live across the country or across the street from your aging family members, it helps to know they have someone nearby if they need support. Sometimes the right home care for your loved one is just having a friendly, compassionate companion who visits…

Light house keeping

When your aging or disabled loved one lives in a clean and organized home, they enjoy greater feelings of wellbeing and even good health.  For example, keeping refrigerators and cupboards free of expired or spoiled foods can avert food-borne illnesses or to avoid fire hazards…

Attendant/driver service

If mobility is the concern, the care giver can attend functions, appointments, family gatherings or shopping excursions and the customer will have the added security of someone to lean on…

Wound care

Accidents or progression of disease create situations where preventative management is required to fight infection and further disease. A care worker can work in conjunction with the doctors and nurses to make sure that wounds are kept under control to facilitate healing.

Palliative care

One of the most sensitive areas in the health management is caring for a friend or loved one whose prognosis is grim. A comfortable family home allows the loved ones to spend their precious time in surroundings full of love and good memories.

Wake -in Care or ‘Sleep-in Care

You & I Services LTD provides wake-in and sleep-in care. This is in cases where night care may be required sometimes to provide a break for you or your family for a short duration…

Live in care

You & I Services LTD can provide a care worker to live with you in your own home. Similarly, we will often provide live in care when a customer needs temporary support through a period of convalescence or recuperation when…

Respite care

For too many times, people with dementia find themselves pigeonholed, often losing their identity, when in fact, each is an individual and it is not only dementia they have in common. Sometimes care will be of a practical…

Personal Care

There comes a pint in time when our bodies are no longer as strong as they used to be. You might have reached that point in life when your health has deteriorated for example and you can no longer move around easily or help yourself…