30 June 2017 | News | By BioSpectrum Bureau
With CSS, Caregivers listed on CaregiverAsia will have a more professional profile online and will be equipped with essential tools to aid them in their Caregiving careers.
Singapore – Caregiver Asia Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based company specializing in providing trusted on-demand care services, announced the launch of Caregiver Support Services (CSS). With CSS, Caregivers listed on CaregiverAsia will have a more professional profile online and will be equipped with essential tools to aid them in their Caregiving careers. Besides training and profile writing assistance, Caregivers can further opt for backgrounds check to be done on them. This will help create a more trusted caregiving environment.
For Caregivers, all these services are easy-to-use, accessible and affordable. For Careseekers, the very visible badging function against the Caregivers’ profile will empower them to make informed choices on the Caregivers they are hiring. This will create a more trusted caregiving environment so that Careseekers can transact with a peace of mind.
Yeo Wan Ling, CEO of CaregiverAsia said, “We are pleased to have launched our first ever suite of support services for Caregivers. First impressions count. Caregivers are great at Caregiving, but might need an extra boost in enhancing their careers as Caregivers. We want to help Caregivers put their best side forward on our site by putting across the perfect profile for them. In addition, we want to create a more trusted caregiving environment so that Careseekers can transact with a peace of mind. We have done so by putting in global background checks and easily accessible online Caregiving skills awareness training programs. At CaregiverAsia, we are mindful about creating a trusted marketplace for all to transact in, and are looking forward to developing more such products to enhance our services and those of the Caregivers who post with us.”
CaregiverAsia offers a whole range of services that are based on top care concerns faced by urban families: In-home Care, Respite Care, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing Care, Personal Care, Rehabilitative Care, Dementia Care, Special Needs, Pregnancy Care and many others.