A tidy and clean home paves the way for optimal safety and better overall health. It’s part of our standard of care.
Having a clean home impacts your mobility, hygiene, and more. You could be living in a dangerous environment if you’re not able to conduct light housekeeping yourself. One on One caregivers keep your spaces organized and tidy to ensure you are comfortable and secure.
Completing tasks around the house can even be risky when physical ability is limited. Not to mention, surfaces in kitchens and bathrooms can often be wet and slippery. We save you time and energy with our weekly cleaning assistance. And your chances of falls and injuries decrease.
We’re committed to your protection. Keeping common areas free of clutter and germs is part of caring for you.
Our caregivers engage in light chores such as sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, mopping, changing bed linens, and refreshing pet spaces regularly. Your caregiver will take out the garbage, clean bathrooms, do laundry, iron clothing, and keep the kitchen and appliances neat and sanitized.
One on One is not a housekeeping or maid service. We do not deep-clean baseboards, ceiling fans, or window sills. Our caregivers are not responsible for moving furniture or ironing linens. Nor are they in charge of yard or garden maintenance. They’re ultimate concern is you and your safety, and their daily duties will reflect that.
If you have preferred cleaning products and particular ways to fold garments and towels, our caregivers do their best to accommodate your preferences. Your full-time, in-home companion works for you, under your direction. And part of their role is to relieve you of burdensome and even unsafe routine housework.
Household chores won’t be a problem for you. Your caregiver can handle them.