Caring for seniors and enriching their lives brings great joy to my heart. With an educational background in physical therapy and years of direct experience with seniors, I understand the key to aging gracefully. It’s not rocket science, just basic common sense.
Over many years, I have developed an innovative program for promoting graceful aging, independence, and dignity for seniors. The focus is a holistic whole person approach for facilitating physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Along with providing a comprehensive wellness program, patient care advocacy, and other specialized services, I believe in making life fun with a wide variety of meaningful programs and events. George Bernard Shaw once wrote, "We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing."
Many programs and special events I organized for retirement communities have appeared in the News and Observer, Herald Sun, Apex Herald, and other newspapers. Two were covered by WTVD ABC news 11. I always wanted to become a nurse, since I was a little girl. I started to take on a caregiver role when, my grandmother was dosage with Diabetics. I love being a caregiver, because you never no what someone is going through and how you can be the one the make the person smile. As of now I'm also a nursing student at ECPI University. I'm proud of achieve my goal by taking the foot steps to be a nurse, I also want to peruse my nursing career in long term health. I'm 27 years old, who became a caregiver at the age of 18, my first and longest client was my grandmother. I have to beautiful children and I'm current a nursing student at ECPI University, which I will graduate next year. My hobbies are reading the bible, spending time with my kids, and shopping. I love older people, I think you can learn a lot from someone, who have been here on earth for some years. I feel like as people grow older, the took care of the children and grand children. So it shouldn't be hard for some one to help them when they are at the age where they may need a little help.