Hi, Im Jamie, With Elderly Errands I just want you to know Ill be providing the BEST care for you or your love one. I'll make sure your love ones are getting support, love, respect, and the proper care they need. Rather they need everyday care or just assisting with their daily tasks or routines, Ill be there to accomadate and assist with their needs and make sure everything needed is complete or do the best I can to complete. Im very compassionate, honest, patient, sincere, and understanding. I sincerely care about seniors and will do my best to assist help and make them happy and comfortable. I can assure your love one is in the best hands with me.
Thank you so much
Jamie I have been in all aspects of health care for 20 years. When I was 15 years old my father was hit in a head on collision, which left him to be a quadriplegic. My mother and sister and I, was taught by the best R.N's, O.T. and P.T. aswell as home care givers. Never did I think I would become intrested in the feild, but I did, and loved it. I became a STNA in 2000. I've worked with, adult/child MRDD w/ seizures. Also elderly along with Alz/dementia. I currently work in a Ltach hospital. I care for the very ill patients, some are on vents and have trachs. I've been there for 4 years. I am very committed to my patients and caring to them in their time if need. I love what I do and acknowledge that everyday I come in to work and see the appreciation on my patients faces. I had a young woman that was in a bad car accident, that was on a vent for a long time that I worked with, and everyday I spoke to her and explained who I was and what I was doing with her. After awhile , she was taken off the vent and could speak, aswell was awake. When I came into her room she seen me and said "Thank you Christina for everything" ! I was shocked she even remembered me or my name for that matter, needless to say I was in tears... because I mattered. And of course for her recovery. This just proved so much to me that day. A person may forget what you say, but at the end of the day, it's how you made them feel, is what they'll always remember.