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Scandinavian Choir - Swedish Church Service on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April - click here

Nordic Adventures - Master Series 2 - Friday 28 and Saturday 29 April

Interesting opportunity for a Responsible and Friendly Norwegian/Scandinavian!
SASA has received a request to find a Norwegian speaking backpacker or University student or equivalent to live in a home in Adelaide at Leabrook with a couple who need assistance. The wife is 71 and has early onset dementia, and as the husband is semi-retired and not always at home during the week, he wants someone who can spend some time with his wife. The time commitment would not be significant, no more than 2 hours a day. The assistance would be live-in, all meals etc provided and access to a car. At times, when the husband needs to travel interstate or overseas, the person may be the sole companion to his wife, but no more than 2-3 weeks in a year. The wife speaks fluent Norwegian, having lived there many years ago, so the ideal would be to find a Norwegian speaking person. However the Norwegian population in Adelaide is limited so if you are Scandinavian and understand Norwegian, please get in touch.
Good Luck and Kind Regards,
Elisabeth Aaserud
            Contact details:
            Colin Dunsford AM, Executive Consultant
            Ernst & Young, +61 8 8417 1600


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