Carer Maria's experience
Maria has 10 years of experience working as a full time carer.
What personal care experience does Maria have with her clients?
Maria helped with all aspects of personal care, helping her clients with bathing or showering, assist them with standing, walking or getting out of the house, oral hygiene care and other day and night routines. She prepares the medication for the week and liaises with the pharmacy as necessary.
What housekeeping and cooking experience does Maria have as a Carer?
Maria also took charge of the housekeeping duties around the clients' home. She kept the property in a clean and organised condition, helped with laundry and ironing, organising groceries as well as preparing meals and snacks which are tailored to the clients' dietary plans.
What do Maria's previous clients say?
"She takes great pride in her work and always makes sure that they are well turned out. She is extremely reliable, responsible, trustworthy, kind and caring."
Why does Maria love being a carer?
"I would like to give my clients the care and encouragement that they need during their golden age. Armed with my experience and expertise, I want to keep all my clients safe and comfortable at all times", says Maria.
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