Home Care Services

Home care provides ageing adults with the assistance they need to maintain their independent lifestyles. 

Home care enables your ageing loved ones to remain in the comfort of their own homes while professional caregivers assist them with household chores, bathing and dressing, shopping or meal preparation, medication reminders, and other care needs. Every home care programme is unique and specially designed to support your loved one. AgeWatch Africa provides many affordable solutions that are tailored to the changing needs of your loved ones including:

  • Scheduling an in-home assessment with our nursing staff
  • Creating a personalized care plan that outlines support levels and costs
  • Matching your loved ones with a reliable, trained caregiver
  • Coordinating caregiver responsibilities
  • Monitoring support levels and adjusting care plans as needed
  • Providing clear, consistent communication with family members that are working abroad

Diaspora Options

Today, many Kenyans live far from their families and many adult children may have relocated for job offers or educational opportunities. At AgeWatch Africa, we make it easy to find high-quality, reliable care for your ageing family members. Our services are designed to overcome great distances and help you coordinate care for your ageing loved one even though you may live in a different city or even, a different country.

Testimonials from our Clients and Their Families

“I am proud of what AgeWatch is doing and I have the testimony to prove that this service restores dignity and changes lives. What AgeWatch does is touching more than the client’s life. Most homes are under tremendous stress when caring for aging parents or grandparents. This service has relieved a lot of tension at our home and brought understanding.”

-Charlotte A., Atlanta, GA, USA

“No one can refute that the service has transformed grandma. She was not able to turn in bed, now she is regaining her movements, her strength and her personality. Not long ago, I heard that she was rolling herself on the wheelchair to the gate and pointing where she needs to be farmed. Grandma is back! We love to see it. In three months, she improved from unable to turn in bed to rolling her own wheelchair outside. I believe she will walk. I am hoping to add physical therapy soon and that should help.”

-Charlotte A., Atlanta, GA, USA