Elderly Care Western Cape

Expert and Loving CARE in the comfort of your own home! Paarl,  Durbanville, Somerset West, Strand, Gordon’s Bay, Stellenbosch, Cape Town and Western Cape

SIEKES en BEJAARDES in Kaapstad, Durbanville, Stellenbosch, Boland, Helderberg en die Wes Kaap… Liefdevolle tuisversorging deur ons bekwame versorgers.

CALL NOW!          082 559 8500        EMAIL    info@jenscarewcape.co.za 

Our experienced and compassionate carers look after you or your loved one in the comfort of your own home. We care for you during the day and night, over weekends and public holidays, as well as through a 24 hour live-in option. We also offer respite care to give you a welcome break from looking after your loved one.
Let us help you carry the burden because we understand the challenges of
Caring for the Elderly, particularly if they resist care.

We are registered with most medical aid schemes

We will assist you with the procedure to apply for pre-authorisation for home nursing care.

Ons het streng vereistes rakende ons versorgers se opleiding, ervaring, verwysings, persoonlikheid en waardes om te verseker hulle stel bejaardes hoog op prys. Deernis en liefde is ons wagwoorde en ons versorgers moet hieraan voldoen!

Ons dienste sluit in dagskof, nagskof asook inwoon.

We are well experienced in providing Elderly Care, compassionate care for Alzheimer’s Disease  and Parkinson’s Disease patients and tender loving care for Cancer patients. We provide suitably qualified carers that provide care in the comfort of your own home.

What is Caregiving?

Caregiving is the process of caring for sick, elderly or disabled individuals.
Many families are firm in their intention to take care of sick, elderly, or disabled parents or close relatives when they can no longer take care of themselves or when they are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, Cancer and Dementia. However, our modern lifestyle involves many pressures and challenges such as both partners working; raising young children; spending time with their spouses, hobbies and other activities. Furthermore caring for a family member suffering from Alzheimer’s in particular can be extremely stressful because of the emotional distress, cognitive and behavioural complications that ensue.
As a result care giving obligations can become a burden with resultant significant strain on the whole family.
Due to the above, many family members contact us for relief, and our home care services become their first port of call for them.
Caregivers not only help people who are desperately in need of it, but they also provide much-needed companionship and friendship. This is very close to the heart of people receiving care.
Each one of us may need care giving assistance at some point in our own lives as well.

“Offering care means being a companion, not a superior. It doesn’t matter whether the person we are caring for is experiencing cancer, the flu, dementia, or grief.”   Judy Cornish.

Home Based Caregiving