Physical well-being depends on emotional health. Various studies have shown that people who grow old in their homes have a better quality of life and key to that is the carer, given that in addition to helping the elderly person in their day-to-day activities, the carer also becomes a companion capable of listening to and understanding them.


The carers are professionals entrusted with giving assistance and attention in the home to the people for whom they are responsible, whether daily or at the times agreed with the client.


A good carer must have with certain characteristics and know how to provide help so that clients feel that their physical, social and emotional needs are met. They must be people with positive energy, ready for all types of situations. Caring frequently involves facing difficult situations but it never stops being a rewarding job.


There are various professional home care options to help those who need day-to-day assistance, whether because they suffer from illness or due to some other circumstance.


Carers may be live-out carers, working in the client’s home by the hour, or live-in carers, sharing the home with the person they care for. Both the two options provide security as the carers undertake the tasks and provide the care required by users, increasing user happiness and comfort, and ensuring that users don’t have to be admitted to a care home.