At Home Caring, we understand that support comes in many different forms. When it comes to your loved ones, they don’t just deserve general support for their daily duties but they need to feel that they have a kinship with someone. This is especially true if your loved ones have come from a completely different culture. It’s one thing to feel isolated when you are going through a lot, but when you throw into the mix the difference in cultures, this can make that feeling of being isolated even worse. This is why we provide a variety of support workers who speak different languages and have knowledge of different cultures. Our Cambodian NDIS support workers are here for your loved one’s needs.
What to expect from our Khmer speaking support workers
Whether you are looking for an aged care support worker, mental health support worker, or a personal support worker, we provide you with a Khmer speaking support worker for your needs. We provide a variety of duties, and we ensure that we cater our services to suit the individual and their loved ones.
We appreciate that when it comes to finding a home care support worker, there are many barriers and elements everybody has to consider. We appreciate that a relative coming from a country like Cambodia can easily feel isolated in a setting they are not used to. But we will all feel like this, which is why it’s important that our Khmer speaking disability support workers and home support workers can give your loved one that extra sense of belonging.
Of course, it’s one thing to have someone speak your language, it is also something to recognise your cultural beliefs. The Cambodian culture is a reserved one, and we appreciate that, in an Australian setting, we may easily cause your loved one offence, especially in clothing. At the height of summer, we think nothing of wearing shorts and shirts, and this could cause offence to your loved one.
In a cultural sense, we appreciate that when it comes to providing support services, that it is not just enough to communicate with your loved one. The importance of rituals in Cambodian culture is not lost on us. This is why, if you are looking for a Khmer speaking support worker, our Cambodian NDIS support worker will give you and your loved ones all-important care and attention with supreme focus.
What will a Cambodian support worker do?
Our Cambodian support workers are able to connect with you or your loved one on a linguistic and cultural level, but a support worker is someone who has received specialist training to provide personal care and services within a home environment. If you or your loved one is considering moving into a residential care unit to get the help you need, you may be able to get the support in your own home, all in familiar surroundings.
Our Cambodian support workers can assist you or your loved ones with a number of different daily tasks. From meeting daily domestic tasks like housekeeping to their nutritional needs, our support workers provide a variety of specialist care. Our support workers also offer that all-important sense of support and companionship. This is crucial, especially when it comes to Cambodian cultures and traditions.
If you or your loved one requiring care is strictly observant of Cambodian national holidays like Visak Bochea Day (the birth of Buddha) taking place in April, or the Victory Over Genocide Day on January 7th, it is important that you share these moments with someone who appreciates the culture. Our Khmer speaking support workers give you or your loved ones that all-important sense of belonging.
Live-in Khmer speaking social support services
If you are looking for someone to provide around-the-clock services, we can also provide this. Many people prefer to have a carer live with them on a full-time basis, guaranteeing they get all the care they need, without having to move into a residential care unit, also known as an aged care facility. A live-in Cambodian speaking support worker can assist with the following:
- Hygiene tasks, such as bathing and dressing.
- Mobility support around the home and outside.
- Administering medication.
- Cooking meals, such as popular Cambodian meals like fish amok and Khmer noodles.
- Emotional support and companionship.
- Looking after your pet.
Whether you are looking for or Khmer speaking support for your loved one, or yourself, the importance of a live-in support worker can make a difference to your quality of life.
Are you looking for Cambodian support workers?
If you’re looking for care, and need a Cambodian support worker, we provide a variety of experience in the industry that we can guarantee you have the Khmer speaking support worker you need.
We appreciate that you or your loved one may feel that they need extra support during this time. When we are coming to terms with the fact that we may need extra care and support, the thing to make it easier on us is having someone who understands our needs.
If you feel that nobody gets you, because of your cultural background, and what you have experienced in your life, our Khmer speaking support workers can provide that all-important care and support, while also understanding your background.
If you want to speak to one of our experienced and friendly team members to see if our Cambodian support workers are the right fit for you, get in contact with us and we can answer all of your queries. Arranging care is an overwhelming process, and of all the deep-rooted and devastating history of Cambodia, it’s important to have someone that understands you or your loved one on their level, culturally and linguistically. This is why our level of aged care is unsurpassed and our focus to give services that meet the individual’s needs goes beyond mere preparation but digs deep into the cultural and historical aspects of the person.
We appreciate that everybody has their own cultural and linguistic needs, which is why our Cambodian support workers can help your loved ones when they need it the most.