YOUR ATTENDANT was established after trying to find a flexible service that could meet my parents' needs
A NEW AND UNIQUE SERVICE
I’m proud to provide Auckland’s retired community with a brand new style of professional service. In a time when our senior family members are making the most of their independence, their baby boomer children are working harder and for longer hours than ever before. So when the time comes and they need a little assistance YOUR ATTENDANT can deliver them a friendly, tailor-made service.
YOUR ATTENDANT is committed to delivering you an efficient, professional service. We will engage with you as you would expect your friends to engage with you, in a manner that is dignified and discreet. We will be relaxed in our relationship with you, ready to enjoy a chat and a laugh, yet focused on achieving what you require.
Each of our mature, professional staff is carefully selected and has had extensive experience in the service and community sector. With full police clearance, comprehensive First Aid certificates and clean driving records we are fully capable of delivering you an exceptional service.
I’m Diane Daly, the Company Director
From a long and successful background in the management of community services, my role has been supporting the delivery and monitoring the quality of service provision. The success of my work is in my strong commitment to serving others and providing professional assistance that respects and meets individual needs.
This service was established as a result of a very personal experience. I was working long hours in 2014 when my 85 year old father broke his hip. I tried to find a capable, caring senior companion, someone who could simply assist him (with his newly acquired walker) and my Mum to get around and spend a few hours a month with them, as and when they needed it. Proud and private people, they were absolutely determined to remain independent. I did the grocery order and what I could manage in my evenings and we scheduled their appointments, where possible to fit in with my work commitments.
When I tried but couldn't find suitable help I finally reduced my hours at work and took up the role myself. Aware of so many others in the same predicament I decided to establish the service.