Assistance in daily life
Book a call

Book a call and we will find out together which service is right for you. If you are between the ages of 18 and 67 and need help with activities of daily living, we will then book an interview with a consultant who will help you.

What happens after I schedule a call?

1

You’ll get instructions over the phone.

When we call you, you’ll need to answer a few questions. Then we’ll find the right counsellor for you and schedule an appointment for you to meet and talk. If you’d like to bring someone with you for the interview, it’s a good idea to mention that during your call.

2

You meet the counsellor

You’ll meet the counsellor and together you’ll explore what services might be right for you and what the next steps are. Sometimes you’ll need to meet more than once.

3

You and the counsellor will be in regular contact.

The counsellor will support you and help you apply for services and resolve various issues. If you need assistance, don’t hesitate to call the counsellor.

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Questions & Answers

We recommend scheduling a call to learn about which services are available to you. Here are answers to some common questions:

Am I entitled to services?

You may qualify for services if you provide proof of disability, have recently been on sick leave or have recently moved to Reykjavik. It’s best to schedule a call to confirm your eligibility and we will then let you know how to proceed.

What happens if I don't qualify for service?

The counsellor will explore with you what the possibilities are, and you will then decide together what to do next.

Do I have to go somewhere for the interview?

No. You can speak to the counsellor by phone or in an online meeting. Together, you decide the next steps, for example where you want to meet.

What is the best way to find the services I am entitled to?

A counsellor will contact you after the call so you can decide together how the services are set up and what the best options are for you. Your counsellor may be in regular contact with you to inform you about how these services are provided.