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Bed-Sharing With Your Baby

Bed-sharing - baby sleeping the same bed as their parents, is a contentious practice. Bed-sharing supporters contend that a baby should always sleep in their parents' bed. Others, though, feel that sharing a bed is dangerous.Co-Sleeping, Room-Sharing and Bed-Sharing Although "bed-sharing" and...

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Stroke Recovery: Getting Back On Track

A stroke can happen to anyone and at any age. Both the stroke patient and their caregiver may experience high levels of emotional, mental and physical stress during the process of stroke recovery. You might need a temporary or long-term assistance to help your loved one to get back on track...

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Warning Signs Of A Stroke

What is a stroke? A stroke happens when a blood vessel in the brain bursts (hemorrhagic stroke) or when the blood supply to part of the brain is suddenly cut off, usually by a clot (ischemic stroke). Brain cells die when the blood supply of oxygen and nutrients stops or when there is an unexpected...

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Early Signs Of Dementia: When To Be Concerned

A substantial deterioration in mental and physical capacities is brought on by dementia. However, the early signs of dementia can be unnoticed. It could be challenging to distinguish between normal aging and the early stages of dementia. The symptoms at the early stages are usually subtle and your...

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Security Bond Requirements For Maids

You must buy a security bond for your maid, unless she is a Malaysian. You can buy the bond at any bank or insurance company.What is a security bond A security bond is binding pledge to compensate the government in the event that you or your helper violates Work Permit Conditions or the law. A...

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When An Employer Can Be Debarred In Singapore

Employers can be debarred from hiring maids if they commit certain offences, such as: Abusing a maid. Exploit or ill-treat a maid, for example not paying her salary or not giving her enough food and rest. Instruct a maid to perform tasks that may danger her safety and health. Illegal employing or...

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Protect Your Maid From Scams In Singapore

Your maid, especially the one coming to work for the first time in Singapore might easily falls into scam. Here are some tips for them to prevent them falling prey.Protect Yourself Against WhatsApp Account Takeover Scams You may receive WhatsApp messages appearing to be from a friend or family...

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Contracts And Safety Agreement For Maid In Singapore

Maids are not covered by the Employment Act because it is not practical to regulate specific aspects of domestic work, such as hours of work and work on public holidays. However, we encourage you to sign an employment contract with your maid to avoid disputes. Before your maid starts working for...

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Replace A Work Permit For Maid In Singapore

You must apply for a new Work Permit card for your maid within 1 week if it is lost, damaged or stolen. When to replace If your maid's Work Permit card is lost, stolen or damaged, you must apply for a replacement within 1 week. Note: For a stolen card, you must also file a police report. If your...

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Levy Concession For A Maid In Singapore

Levy concession is to support Singaporeans who need care. As a maid employer, you can get a concessionary rate of $60 every month if you are qualified.Who can qualify As an employer, you can qualify for levy concession if your household member who is a Singapore citizen meets the following...

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Paying Levy For A Maid In Singapore

Every employer need to pay a levy for your maid every month using GIRO. This article will help you to find out the levy rates and how to pay and view your levy bills.What is the foreign worker levy The foreign worker levy, commonly known as "levy', is a pricing mechanism to regulate the number of...

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Apply For Levy Waiver For Your Maid In Singapore

You can apply for levy waiver for your maid under certain circumstances, including overseas leave and hospitalisation leave.When and what you need to apply a levy waiver The 6ME test results must be certified by a Singapore-registered doctor. You must pay for the 6ME and any medical expenses...

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Overseas Leave For Maids In Singapore

Your maid may wish to take leave to visit her family back in hometown. You can get a levy waiver for the time she is away and defer her 6-monthly medical examination if needed.Preparing for overseas leave Before your helper goes for her home leave, you need to: Make sure she has a valid passport....

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Looking After Your Maid In Singapore

Help her to adjust to working and living in your home Many maids are unfamiliar with the daily aspects of Singaporean life such as the usage of electrical appliances, standard of hygiene and cultural practices. Some maids may also miss their home. Give your maid time to adjust to our culture,...

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The Process Of Hiring A Maid In Singapore

Below are the options of maid that you can hire in Singapore: A maid who has not worked in Singapore before A maid who had worked in Singapore before but is overseas currently A maid who is currently working in Singapore and is allowed to transfer by current employer Below shows what happens in...

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Hiring A Maid Through An Employment Agency

Engaging An Employment Agency Some employers choose to hire a maid without employing an employment agency (EA), but there are also those who would like to engage an EA to assist them. This article will provide you a summary of the key things you should look out for when engaging an EA.How do I...

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Cancel A Work Permit For A Maid

If your maid is no longer works for you or when her Work Permit expires, you must cancel her Work Permit. Once her Work Permit is cancelled, you must cut her Work Permit card in half and discard it to prevent misuse. When to cancel the Work Permit Depending on which comes first, you must cancel...

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How To Reduce Procrastination Issues of Your Maid

Introduction Is your maid easily sidetracked and unable to complete one duty in the allotted time? Is she delaying the task that is listed on her schedule for today? Is she engaging in petty activities instead of doing housework? The maid can be labeled as a procrastinator if the employer observes...

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How Can Maids Deal With Picky Eaters

IntroductionIt’s time to eat! For the young kid of age 2, the maid prepared a nutritious and delectable lunch. The young child rises from his chair, casts a critical glance at the maid and stares down at his breakfast bowl. He shakes his head and then resumes his game. There’s no need for the...

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Hear From Our Satisfied Customers

Knows how to care for people with Alzheimer's

Well trained as to how to handle people with Alzheimer’s. My ah gong's maid is patient and encouraging and values the patient’s self-esteem. Grateful to have her care for my grandfather.

Wenqi, Bishan

Loves babies and is very patient

Sukari has been an exceptional great help to our family. She takes good care of me and my newborn. Has high standards of hygiene and cooks extremely well.

Wei Hao, Jurong

Fantastic cook! Independent!

Thankful to find a maid who is independent and can do marketing and menu planning on her own. Htet Htet is a great cook and my family is happy our needs are very well taken care of.

Jayden, Kallang

Why Choose Help Is here?

Professionally screened and high quality filter

All the maids in our teams are personally assessed and selected by our experienced in-house recruiter to ensure the high quality and standards of the maid that we put forth to you.

Experienced and well-trained maids

All the maids in our team have worked for a minimum of 4 years in Singapore, hence they are already very qualified and has experience working with your needs.

Upskilled maids to take care of mummy and baby

We send our maids who already have babycare experience to training classes to further enhance their skills. Our maids can also prepare confinement and milk boosting meals for mothers during their tenure, on top of taking care of baby as well as household chores.

Professional trained to take care of elderly

Our maids will attend a professional training course to enhance their relevant skills to help take care of your elderly at home.

Independent and does not require much training

Our curated maids have initiative and knows how things work in Singapore hence does not require much training on your part. They are capable of going to the market independently and can cook to take care of your family.

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