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I just tried contacting several businesses that specialize in house cleaning for my Mom. In our town they charge anywhere from $85 to $100 per hour with a 2 hour minimum! When I told them that this was an apartment and that needed light housekeeping they said they charged the same. So I contacted the agency we use for her paid caregiver and found out that they do light housekeeping for a fraction of the cost. Then, if your aunt needs other things done, like personal care, you don't have to find another person to do that.
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If she does not qualify try a "gift" of a house cleaning, marry maids or other such company that is bonded and safe. People find it hard to "turn down a gift". Then it can be like a monthly gift, like fruit of the month...lol Good luck.
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Start with calling your office of the aging if her income is below a set amount she may qualify for low cost help or you might get in touch with an accountant who could help you figure out how this can be done
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