Careful Selection of Caregivers to Give You Quality Home Care

We screen and select each of our caregivers very closely. We always strive to provide you with caregivers who meet our quality standards.

With every Caregiver whom we interview, we ask ourselves if this person should care for our own parents.
We carefully select our caregivers to give you quality home care

Each candidate who applies to us undergoes a rigorous process of evaluations and interview before she is accepted.

Caregivers are screened based on their skills and experience

Skills & Experience

1-to-1 interviews and evaluations for a detailed and thorough understanding of their caregiving experience.

Caregivers need to demonstrate their caregiving knowledge or skills in areas such as transferring from bed to wheelchair and vice versa, changing diapers and more advanced care, if they had prior experience, like nasogastric tube feeding and suctioning.

Caregivers are selected based on their employment history

Employment History

Evaluation of employment history. Completed 1 or multiple contracts in nursing homes or in the elderly's home.

Various sources for verification such as their employment records in Singapore from MOM portal, arrival and departure stamps, employment certificates or employer feedback.

Caregivers are evaluated on their spoken language of Mandarin, English or Cantonese

Spoken Language

Evaluation of caregiver's ability to converse in Mandarin, English or Cantonese.

Interviews are conducted in any of these languages to test caregiver's fluency and competency levels.

We look out for attributes of patience and positive attitude towards caregiving during selection of our caregivers

Patience, Attitude towards Caregiving

Throughout the application and interview process, we continuously evaluate caregivers for patience and positive attitude towards caring for the elderly.

This is done through various sources and methods including but not limited to employment history, interview etiquette, past behaviours on how they have handled the elderly or difficult situations that may have occured at home.

We continuously screen out caregivers, filtering out caregivers whose professionalism and behaviours have fallen short of our caregiver standards.

Caregivers must pass a pre-employment medical examination to be certified as fit for work before departure

Medically Fit

Caregivers undergo a pre-employment medical examination in their home countries and are passed as fit for work.

Tests include physical examination, urinalysis, chest x-ray, pregnancy test, tests for syphilis, Malaria and HIV.

These are covered under the pre-employment medical examination for FDW as prescribed by the MOM.

Find Your Ideal Caregiver Today!

Take a look at our caregiver summary bios or get in touch with us so we may assist you in your search today!


Mandarin-speaking Caregiver

Mandarin and Indonesian
  • She has 17 years of eldercare experience in Taiwan.
  • She has experience caring for patients with dementia, diabetes, heart problem and hip fractured.
  • She is experienced with giving injections and Blood Glucose Monitoring.
  • 11 years in Taiwan caring for a 75-year-old lady with diabetes and hip fractured. Cared for the elderly until she passed away.
  • 6 years in Taiwan caring for a 76-year-old lady with dementia, diabetes and heart problem. Cared for the elderly until she passed away.


Experienced Caregiver (Phil)

English and Tagalog
  • She has over 5 years of eldercare experience in Taiwan.
  • She has experience caring for patients with colon cancer and frailty.
  • 4 years 9 months in Taiwan caring for a 72-year-old man with colon cancer. Cared for the patient until his passing.
  • 7 months in Taiwan caring for an 86-year-old man who was frail. Cared for him until his passing and transferred to a new employer.

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Let us Assist You in Your Caregiver Search Today!

Call us at 6646 0000 or submit this form so our Care Specialists may assist you.

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