For most people, the familiar home is the most important place in the world.
It has been furnished, designed and cared for over the years.
Especially if you have lived in a place for a very long time, the memories and the emotional attachment to a home are so strong that many people would find it difficult to change anything.
Why then should one do this in old age?
One may be forced to move into a retirement home at some point because life circumstances have changed. The problem is, however, that changes are particularly difficult for older people.
Many need their familiar surroundings and everyday tasks to be satisfied and happy.
We offer you the better and more dignified alternative to a retirement home!
We help you to find the right, affordable care for the elderly and home care (24-hour care) for your circumstances and serve as a contact between you, your relatives and the carer.
We will be happy to advise you and explain how we can do this for you.
We are happy to provide you with a personal offer according to your needs.
2.) Consulting and offer
On the basis of a personal interview and a needs analysis form, we find out your needs and wishes, on the basis of which we can make you an individual and free offer.
3.) Personnel proposals
If you accept our offer, we will look for a suitable caregiver for you. We only recommend suitable staff who are also qualified. We check this by means of certificates and recommendations. Once a suitable person has been found, you will receive a staff proposal from us.
4.) Your caregiver
Once we have found the right staff to care for the elderly and the proposal has been accepted, the care will begin on the desired date. We organise everything else and accompany you through all the necessary steps.
An "own" nursing- care worker
Having your own carer in your home offers many advantages. The carer looks after the person in need of care exclusively, has no time pressure and does not have to look after other people.
The care can be specially adapted to the needs. In addition, help is available immediately when it is needed.
The familiar surroundings remain
The person in need of care can stay in his or her own home and does not have to get used to a new environment or a small room in a nursing home.
Despite signs of old age or other limitations, the familiar life can be continued at home in a self-determined manner, with the support of the personal care worker. Certain everyday household tasks and hobbies that have become familiar over the years can be continued as usual. This enhances the quality of life and promotes the seniors' self-confidence and satisfaction.
More security and autonomy
The emerging COVID-19 pandemic has shown that safety is a high priority need.
A nursing home employs a large number of care workers and people. There is also a certain amount of public traffic from relatives visiting their loved ones. This leads to a generally higher risk of infection.
However, since you can stay in your own home, you decide who can come to your place. You also have influence over who cares for you and can coordinate the daily routine individually with the caregiver. In the event of an emerging pandemic, you can continue to see your beloved family and are not isolated.
A great relief for the family
Caring for a relative brings a heavy psychological, emotional and physical burden with it , which in many cases cannot be reconciled with one's own life. A 24-hour caregiver brings great relief to family members. Knowing that the dear seniors have someone in the house when help is needed is a good feeling. In addition, the family does not have to worry that their loved one will feel "shunted off" to a home.
Social contacts remain better
Many contacts, be it with neighbours, friends or even relatives, are better maintained in one's own home. With the agreement of the caregiver, time together can be just as enjoyable. Playing games together, shopping, going for a walk or other activities are no problem. The "coffee parties" with friends or family that you have been used to for years are much nicer at home than in a nursing home.
Oswald & Inga Auer