Friday, 17 July 2015


Michael Macleod  sheltering from the rain at St James Church
The Kenilworth Parkinsons Support Group invited Guy Macleod  to give a talk on "Macleod Care"  at St James Church in Kenilworth on a rainy Cape winter's morning on Friday, 17th July, 2015.

Guy was  accompanied by his son, Michael, who has helped set up this new enterprise, that was launched in 2014, by designing its web-site and also helping to promote its services.

Macleod Care provides personal help and home care services to young and old and has, since its inception last year, already  established contact with a number of clients (as well as potential clients)  in the southern suburbs - the eldest of whom recently turned 100 !

The audience were very interested in the services offered, which, Guy stressed, were based on "going the extra mile" for clients by focussing on their emotional well-being. "Going the extra mile", Guy said, would also  include  posting  "interesting and uplifting stories" on the internet on behalf of clients so that they can  be shared  with, and benefit, everyone in the world. 

Guy said that retired folk living at Musgrave Park in Diep River and Huis Nuweland in Claremont regularly make use of Macleod Care's services. He also mentioned that his wife, Roshan, is not only a qualified carer but is also a seamstress of note with a growing clientele.

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