At Extra-Help® North West Leicestershire, my aim is to help everyone.
I am proud to be able to offer Extra Help® to everyone in our community. This includes the elderly, parents, busy professionals, literally anyone who needs a helping hand on a regular or ad hoc basis.
I am passionate about assisting our elderly population to remain independent in their own homes by providing support with their needs including: housekeeping, meal preparation, domestic cleaning, shopping and attending appointments.
Also, by providing assistance to everyone in the community with everyday chores. Whether it be a one off clean, a regular clean or an end of tenancy clean, also gardening and household maintenance. Allowing busy people the opportunity to enjoy quality time with friends and family in their free time.
Extra Help® is fully insured and all of our home helpers are personally interviewed and DBS and reference-checked, to provide you with extra reassurance. We provide a caring service with continuity and consistency.
Having experienced first-hand, with my own parents when they were in need of an extra pair of hands, I can empathise and understand the importance of quality reliable companionship and home help. I found it invaluable when my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and my father was diagnosed with terminal cancer. It gave me peace of mind to know they were well cared for. In turn am passionate about providing the same care to others. Giving relatives the same peace of mind, I experienced myself.
Services include, but are not limited to:
- Companionship – spending some time or providing respite for carers
- Domestic cleaning, tidying, laundry and ironing
- Transport to supermarket, doctors, hospital appointments, hairdressers, social events
- Meal preparation
- Household jobs
- Spring cleaning
- End of tenancy cleans
- House move cleans
- School runs and help for parents
- Assistance to social events
- Household maintenance
LE65, LE67, DE11, DE12, DE15, DE72, DE73, DE74
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