Dietrich Wienecke and Philipp von Cramm are proud to have founded ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat (040-696328-458). This new support service is transforming the lives of the elderly community in Hamburg.
If you need just a little extra help to make it through the day, ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat is here to give you that support!
The two lifelong friends and business associates who founded the service have noticed an absence in the care market for elderly individuals like you. Even if you are living independently, and in your own manner, you may still need additional help to complete some of the tasks that are a part of daily life. As such, ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat is a new service agency that takes care of the daily tasks that foster your well-being and ensure your home and affairs are in fine order.
Go to https://eckermann.co to find out more.
The launch coincides with a recent study of people over 65 in several European countries, conducted by Shout Out UK, an advocacy agency for the elderly. They found that almost half of all people aged 65 and up required support with their activities of daily living.
In most cases, this support comes from your family, friends, and healthcare professionals. However, as ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat notes, there is often a gap in what support is available. While the government generally provides you assistance with basic medical care, there are no service providers in Hamburg that see you as a whole individual with a full lifestyle and a complex set of needs and wishes.
As such, Dietrich Wienecke and Philipp von Cramm’s agency focuses on services as extensive as organising tradesmen, domestic help and care services for you, settling your accounts with your health insurers, paying your other bills and claiming your allowances, and filing your important documents. They can also personally accompany you to personal and necessary appointments, including to doctor’s visits.
Rather than just nursing care, ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat is more like a personal assistant who facilitates your ability to keep living independently.
Dietrich Wienecke and Philipp von Cramm named ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s long-time secretary and friend Johann Peter Eckermann, and it is in that same spirit of friendship and support that they have established their new support service.
A spokesperson for the new service agency said, “There is a gap in the care of older people in Europe when those affected are not yet in need of daily care, but can only manage the demands of life away from the daily routines with difficulty and effort. In Hamburg, Germany, help is now in sight for thousands—thanks to our new offer, which combines a high quality of life and self-determination with very manageable costs.”
Thanks to ECKERMANN Privatsekretariat, there is a better way of thinking about elder care in Hamburg.
Visit https://eckermann.co to see how you can register for their support services.