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Our live-in caregivers are overseas professionals who obtained their certificates (Caregiver Certificate/Nursing Aide/Diploma in Nursing/Bachelor of Science in Nursing) in their home country or Singapore Training Institutions.
They are carefully selected and trained by our Professional Nurses (Registered Nurses in Singapore).
The daily tasks of an experienced caregiver include:
Live-in caregivers are FDWs. Therefore, they stay in the employer’s house and take care of their loved one with medical conditions (bedridden/wheelchair bound/with NGT feeding/change diaper or assisted shower, and more)
It is necessary that they share the same room with the patient so they can provide care 24/7 in the client’s own home. With that said, adequate rest is also important for the caregiver.
On average, it takes employers 2-3 days to browse, compare profiles, conduct interviews and make a hiring decision.
Once the documentation is completed, we’ll proceed with the MOM submission:
Overall timeline (for straightforward cases):
The condition of a patient keeps changing. Therefore, after a caregiver starts working in the employer’s house, our trainers will arrange a home visit with the patient to:
Most of the caregivers under transfer will still be working. They’ll be available for a face-to-face interview only during their day off or after getting permission from their current employer.
You can terminate a caregiver’s sentence anytime by giving a 7-day notice, regardless of the reason. After seven days, you can contact us to look for a new employer for your caregiver. Or, if your caregiver chooses to return to her home country, you may arrange for repatriation.