If you’ve just been given a task by a housekeeper, how do you put it down and get the job done?
The answer is with the tools you have at hand.
Here are some tips to get your housekeeping tasks done at home, without resorting to expensive professional help.
When should I put down my tools for housekeeping?
For some, this could be a matter of time.
But for most people, the answer is no matter how long you spend on the job.
If you have to go to the cleaners regularly, consider putting down your house cleaning tools to give yourself time to get home.
It’s worth noting that some housekeepers can be quite busy, so they may need to take extra time to do housework and make sure you have the tools to get the task done.
Is it a matter for you to get professional help?
If you want to get housekeeping jobs, and want professional help, consider seeking professional help from a home health or nursing home.
You can call 1-800-668-7100 or write to: Health and Wellness NSW, P.O. Box 1110, Sydney NSW 2006.
Some home health and nursing home managers have been trained to help you find home health care and support.
This is a good opportunity to find a home, a mentor and some support for you and your family.
For more information, visit the Department of Health website: www.health.nsw.gov.au/homehealth.
The Department of Primary Industries also has information on how to get job placement and support in the health and welfare sector.
This includes information on getting work and training, working from home and working with others.
For job placement advice, call 1300 653 866 or visit their website.