Hello, my name is Jacky. I'm 28 years old. I have 6 years of experience working with elderly clients. I've worked in assisted living facilities, memory care and in home care, helping the clients with activities of daily living, light housekeeping, companionship, medication prompting, transportation, errands / shopping. I love helping people and putting a smile on their face. i'm very patient, caring, compassionate and trustworthy. I get a sense of fulfillment helping others. Empathy and compassion are my strongest traits. From Childhood There has been an unconditional love in my heart for people, children And animals . I would care for Family, Friends,and all animals when I was young, a care that never stopped!
Animals, smoking, Wounds, or incontinence, nothing really bothers me.
My mother had and past
due to severe epilepsy complications, father massive organ cancer, late husband had brain cancer, my grandmother had polio and lived 22 yrs in cast iron lung,
I learn every day to provide for the needs that are needed for the people I care for and their family. Conditions turn into multiple problems so education must grow with needs of those you care for. This allows me to stay with them through their changes and some I have learned about that allows me to improve their health and fulfill their dreams or final wishes and giving guidance and comfort to family.
Also diabetics, Graves disease, Hashimoto. I learn to cook special foods. Trained / certified in Herbal medicine and Essential oils therapy. Customers Confined to wheelchair, transferring To and from for toilet,bed And showers.
customers with Diabetes, Dementia, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, PTSD lead me to training dogs for disabilites to help in aiding above situations. I watch , monitor and ease pain confusion and fear that comes with problems. I can and do handle all the situations that are to much for most. I do it with compassion ,love, respect and leave them with dignity,pride and respect intact. I carry a class A license, with clean background and fully insured. I am here for you! In 1981, when I was a five-year-old child, my mother became gravely sick with an illness her doctors could not diagnose. She often spent four to five months at a time in the hospital, recover enough to come home, but would fall ill again and again with no explanations. This went on for approximately seven years. During the time my mom was home my two sisters, brother, and I did everything we could to make her comfortable that we were capable of doing as children. Yet, seeing my mom in pain and so much discomfort instilled within me a tremendous sense of empathy and compassion. Despite the short periods of time she spent at home between hospitalizations, I developed a deep sense of appreciation for my mother because I missed her terribly. Thankfully, she finally came home and the relief was immense.
My grandmother lived with us for 15 years due to her deteriorating health as a result of diabetes, cataracts, loss of hearing, and the loss of the ability to clothe and prepare her own food. I helped to dress her in the morning, attend to her left foot which she almost lost to gangrene. But we managed to heal it and she only lost her left big toe. She was still able to walk albeit with a walking chair. I loved to bake so I would make special desserts for her which she was allowed small portions. It was a great activity for us to bond together. She could watch me make it and give me tips.
In college, I became a Caregiver for a quadriplegic man. Although, I didn't have experience caring for a paralyzed man, Michael told me he would explain what he needed on the job. My morning shift started at 7AM and I bathed his nude body, medicated his bedsores, emptied his catheter, performed physical therapy, and fed him his breakfast. If he had chores to complete during my shift, I'd dress him then move him from his bed to his wheelchair and into in his van. Once we finished his chores, I would put him back in his bed, remove his clothing, and clean his apartment.