It shouldn't. You should not cut yourself short as professional maid services charge more that you might think. Get a could estimates from a few maid services to give you an idea of what kind of room you have to work with as far as fair pricing.
It depends on the persons respiratory health, but i would say that not typically. No.
This job would be considered a caretaker position. Usually caretaker positions have potential to include light house cleaning, laundry, shopping, rides to appointments, grocery shopping, meal prep, and cooking as well as any other mobility type assistance that might be needed. I would have to say that the best way... more
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