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    Posted: 05 January 2019 at 9:43pm
Originally posted by Ryeonism Ryeonism wrote:



yup, from my observation the caregiver would come by 9 or so help the girl eat, assist her to wash herself and just stayed by her side assisting what ever necessary for her to get healthy. and i think because the caregiver have adequate background knowledge so, she also help/teach the girl some medical terminology 

That is one of the main reason why I would choose Caregiverasia over the other service providers as all their freelancers would have some knowledge on the patients that they are dealing with and weren't just taking care of them by sitting at the side and playing with their phones. They were able to provide some medical advices and also some method in relieving their pain or sickness.
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Originally posted by evonvon evonvon wrote:

What i like about this platform is that they offer reflexible service hours, so it really is a convenient helping hand.   


Yeah I agree, because majority of the time the caretakers that were found outside they would not like to take short-term jobs such as for a few days or weeks and prefer long-term for at least few months, and they might even ask for deposit too just so you dont cancel their service halfway.
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Originally posted by raudeen raudeen wrote:

well for started, most of caregiverasia parttimer have certificate approved by moh so you know they are not just some random strangers pretending knowing what they do as their job. second, the price rate are really affordable and reasonable for those are truly in needs of their services.

Yup, for sure the first point is very important for us, of course we dont wanna spend money on hiring someone who does not even have the minimum qualification and experience in doing jobs within this field, things aren't that easy as it seemed to be when taking care of patients with different needs.
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Originally posted by Acap50 Acap50 wrote:

This was my first time heard about caregiver asia as well. never really knew about it until i read it here. I didnt knew caregiver asia gives opportunities for people to do partime job as well.. Thats great! 

No surprise that not much ppl knew about Caregiverasia right now because they just recently expanded their market to Malaysia and Taiwan even though they had been established quite long time ago already in Singapore, but after awhile I'm sure more people would be using their service after getting to know about it.
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Originally posted by Ryeonism Ryeonism wrote:


yup, from my observation the caregiver would come by 9 or so help the girl eat, assist her to wash herself and just stayed by her side assisting what ever necessary for her to get healthy. and i think because the caregiver have adequate background knowledge so, she also help/teach the girl some medical terminology 

not bad at all, to have someone care for you after operation like that. I would be dead miserable and bored at hospital ward if no one came
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Originally posted by evonvon evonvon wrote:

What i like about this platform is that they offer reflexible service hours, so it really is a convenient helping hand.   



yup, from my observation the caregiver would come by 9 or so help the girl eat, assist her to wash herself and just stayed by her side assisting what ever necessary for her to get healthy. and i think because the caregiver have adequate background knowledge so, she also help/teach the girl some medical terminology 
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What i like about this platform is that they offer reflexible service hours, so it really is a convenient helping hand.   



Edited by evonvon - 04 January 2019 at 3:34pm
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Hey! I heard of Caregiver before. My sister had to remove her appendix. She was in a shared-room with another girl. The girl's family was busy so they hired Caregiver to look after her during the day. 

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Originally posted by minnyminny minnyminny wrote:

I really like that through caregiver, you can at least meet with the nurse first. 

Its important for us to know the personality of the person that is going to be hired too, well aside than their edu background

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Originally posted by Acap50 Acap50 wrote:


I see. Well thats good but how reliable it is actually? 
well for started, most of caregiverasia parttimer have certificate approved by moh so you know they are not just some random strangers pretending knowing what they do as their job. second, the price rate are really affordable and reasonable for those are truly in needs of their services.
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