Amy P.

$20.00 / hr

I don't know what it is about the elderly but I completely respect them and I love to care for them. They deserve to be taken care of like they have taken care of generation after generation. I am very proud of getting my medical assistant certificate just months after my mom passed away because I promised her that I would before she died, and although it was such a hard time for me I did it.I also took care of my Gramp along with hospice. I helped dress, feed, cook, give him meds, walk, with enemas and his cathader, bath him, and I was privleged enough to enjoy his wonderful company. I was the last o ne he looked at and my hand was the last one he held before he went to a much better place. I only can hope that I made him as comfortable as possible. He brought such joy to me. A lot of people tell me that they think I would get way to attached to the people that I was caring for but shouldn't you? I think so. ... more

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Tim Kinsella

Jan 2011 - Nov 2013

Cooking, Cleaning, Giving medications and charting for hospice, Driving to appointments, Shopping, Laundry, Bathing, Giving Enemas, Emptying and cleaning cathader, Companionship, Going for walks, Dressing, and dealing with dementia which was hard.

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2003 - 2004 Cleveland OH