We simplify everyday life even for the elderly and help out with laundry, cooking and simpler matters. We could work as an extra social network.
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Here’s How It Works
Our committed employees always have good references and experience in taking care of elderly. To make you feel safe, we take great effort in finding the right recruits for our assignments. Of course, it's always the same person who helps you out.
How to Become a Client
Before you become a client, we absorb and specify your unique needs. We then find suitable candidate for the assignment, thereafter we begin the service according to the agreed hours and days. Of course, we'll keep a close eye on things to make sure everything works according to your expectations.
Should an accident occur, Hemfrid has liability insurance and is responsible for any damage caused by our staff. Of course, our employees are also fully insured, both during working hours and to and from work.
Fair Working Conditions
As a Hemfrid client you can feel calm. All our employees have a collective agreement and work under fair conditions.
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Episode 1: Thomas Bodström
Lawyer Thomas Bodström shares personal memories from the time when his mother got Alzheimer's and his parents needed more support in everyday life.
Episode 2: Malou von Sivers
TV host Malou von Sivers talks about the struggle as a relative to get the right care for her parent, as her mother was not considered sick enough to receive care but also not healthy enough to manage alone.
Episode 3: Anne-Lie Rydé
The artist Anne-Lie Rydé shares about when she realized that her father began to show small signs that not everything was right, dementia was a fact and she took on the task of taking care of him.
Episode 4: Meja
The artist Meja shares her view on the care of society's elderly and tells how her own interest in the issue is based on when she saw how committed her own mother was to her grandmother's life.
Episode 5: Jonas Gardell
Jonas Gardell talks about his co-dependence with his mother but also about her dementia and care in old age, and what is happiness?
Episode 6: Alexandra Charles
Alexandra Charles talks about her commitment to her own mother's well-being and care. About how her mother did not get the respect, care and attention from society that she felt was needed and how it laid the foundation for the non-profit organization 1.6 Millionerklubben for women's health.
Episode 7: Marie Göranzon
Actress Marie Göranzon talks about her thoughts on getting older. But also the gratitude for being an active professional woman, for being healthy and having a life partner to share the moments of life with.
Episode 8: Barbro Westerholm and Monica Lindstedt
Barbro Westerholm and Hemfrid's founder Monica Lindstedt share the experience of caring for their parents 'relatives, the importance of society's efforts but also the importance of relatives' commitment to making it work.