Care Giver Services

Kanopi Banner 100x400 Care Giver

Care Giver or care taker are consist of women and men with minimum education of high school or equivalent, SMK Kesehatan up to D1 keperawatan which are trained specifically (which got special training) in Kanopi training center to be able to take care and assist senior citizen and sick people.

Care Giver are coming from various places in Indonesia with various religion and races / tribes. They were given basic nursing education as well as attitudes & behavior/ethical education as a professional care giver.

However, for beginner care givers , they need time to adjust at the client ‘s house , so active participation from client ‘s family is expected such as notification of what the care givers need to do /adjust. (so client ‘s family is kindly expected to notify the care givers on what they should do/adjust.

Care Giver work and stay at client ‘s house and have the right to get 2 days leave each month. Leave will be govern by Kanopi Insan Sejahatera by sending temporary alternate care giver or if the care giver does not want to take a leave, then the leave will be considered as overtime which must be paid by the users per day according to the current Kanopi Insan Sejahtera regulation

Caregiver Services in Jakarta by Kanopi Insan Sejahtera

For those residing in Jakarta and seeking caregiving services for elderly parents or seniors, look no further, as Kanopi Insan Sejahtera provides reliable Caregiver Services.

Our Caregivers, responsible for attending to the sick, consist of both male and female professionals, with a minimum education level of senior high school or equivalent, ranging up to Diploma Nursing, specially trained at Kanopi’s training center. They are equipped to care for and accompany the elderly and individuals facing health challenges.

Caregivers are recruited from various locations across Indonesia, representing diverse ethnicities and religions. During their time at the training center, they receive fundamental nursing education and are instructed on the attitudes and behaviors expected of professional caregivers.

Certainly, for novice Caregivers, it takes time to adapt to the new location, namely the patient’s home. Therefore, active participation from the client’s family is encouraged to continually communicate any necessary adjustments.

Caregivers work on a live-in basis at the client’s home and are entitled to 2 days off per month. Holidays are coordinated by Kanopi, providing temporary replacement caregivers if needed. If the caregiver opts not to take time off, overtime will be calculated, with the client paying per day according to applicable regulations.

Why choose Caregiver Services from Kanopi Insan Sejahtera?

  • Clear background of our partners/workers.
  • Collaboration with several Vocational Schools and Nursing Schools spread across Indonesia.
  • We have a Training Centre to select and train partners before they commence their duties. Accommodations are provided.
  • Partners are educated and undergo internships at Nursing Homes owned by PT Kanopi before deployment.

Frequently Asked Questions for Caregivers Services

What is the age range for Kanopi Insan Sejahtera Caregivers?

The age range of Caregiver Kanopi Insan Sejahtera partners is between 20 – 25 years old.

Where do the majority of Kanopi Insan Sejahtera Caregivers come from?

The majority of Kanopi  Insan Sejahtera Caregivers come from Java.

Does Kanopi Insan Sejahtera Caregivers already have experience?

Of course, Kanopi Insan Sejahtera Care Givers have more than 1 year of experience in caring for elderly people and conducting personal hygiene for them.

How does Kanopi Insan Sejahtera CareGivers look?

Kanopi Insan Sejahtera Caregivers have ideal body posture & good looking.

jQuery( document ).ready( function() { new(Marionette.Object.extend( { initialize: function() { this.listenTo( 'pikaday' ), 'init', this.modifyDatepicker ); }, modifyDatepicker: function( dateObject, fieldModel ) { dateObject.pikaday._o.pikadayOptions = { yearRange: 100 }; } })); });
× Hubungi kami!