Keeping a household running is an important job that might be neglected while you tend to someone's medical needs. The services of a homemaker can be an enormous relief for a family caregiver by freeing time for other responsibilities. A homemaker performs household

duties, including essential shopping, light housekeeping, laundry, and meal preparation. Non-medical personal care assistance may also be provided. Homemakers can often be hired to fit your schedule and the amount of help you need.


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If hiring someone yourself without an agency, be sure to call the references provided and ask many questions.