Halo Home Service
My name is Michaela and I am based in Wellington, Somerset but willing to travel to surrounding villages and Taunton. I have over 30 years experience of working in public services including police, NHS, and most recently, for a local organisation, providing help, support and solutions for the health and social care needs for members of the community.
I can offer regular and reliable support or occasional/one off support to suit you. Encouraging you to keep you happy, independent and safe in your own home is my focus. This can be anything from housework, meal prep and shopping. I can take you to an appointment or for a day out for companionship.
I can sit with a loved one so you can have some valuable time to yourself.
I can help you declutter and organise your home, assist you fill in paperwork and support with basic computer skills and home gadgets.
I am friendly and flexible, own my own vehicle with business insurance. I have an enhanced DBS certificate, personal liability insurance and accredited by Somerset Council.
Areas: Wellington and surrounding areas, Taunton
Last Updated: 28th June, 2022
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I have been through the Community Catalysts ‘Introduction to Setting up Your Small Enterprise’ course and Learn Dash assessment Community Catalysts runs a high quality, interactive training course in the area where this entrepreneur is operating. The course enables entrepreneurs to understand what is required to set up as a safe and legal small enterprise offering help, advice, or support to local people. A certificate of attendance is awarded once the entrepreneur has completed a Learn Dash assessment. This does not mean that they have been accredited or approved in any way by the local council or by Community Catalysts and people should continue to do their own checks.