Why We Love Our Work
Home Care Stories from the Team at Visiting Angels Eldersburg
Why do we love what we do? Read the following home care stories and you're bound to know why
Favorite Story About A Client
I once worked with a client who became pretty much house-bound because she was unable to drive. When we put in a caregiver, not only did she get out but her entire mood and spirit lifted! This is why we love what we do.
- Tiffany Reilly
One of our veterans. When we were working with a magazine (they were doing a story) and we showed up for the photo shoot, he answered the door wearing a fancy robe, an ascot
- Amy Elizabeth
- Samantha Copas
The client was a professional artist. She had dementia and she was able to still paint - just abstract
- Lee Ann
- Amy McColley
There was a man we took care of in Severna Park and our team became so close with his wife during this
- Colleen Shields
Experience with a Caregiver that Stands Out in your Mind
My most relevant story in the VA Spirit is when a client who is wheelchair bound was awaiting her caregiver who called out. Renae, our caregiver supervisor, went to the home and did total care for this client. The client adored her for her kindness, compassion, and helpfulness - Renae stayed for the entire 4-hour shift!
- Sara Farley, RN
Not exactly, but I love when the family calls and gives us positive feedback about a caregiver.
- Erin Strevig
Our caregivers are true angels! The best part is seeing when a caregiver and client really match and the caregiver becomes like family.
One of my favorite experiences with one of our caregivers was when one of them came to me for help because she was struggling with her client's case. The client was suffering from cancer and the caregiver was doing everything that she could think of to help keep the client comfortable. I went out and spent some time with them and we figured some things out. I
- Angie Braun
Many of our caregivers have significance in my mind. Most recently I interviewed a caregiver who had just lost his mom to complications of diabetes. He is a nurse in his home country and had hesitated to move to the US because he felt he was the only one who could properly care for her. The day he interviewed with me was the day of her funeral. he said he was not able to go home for the funeral, yet there he was at our office interviewing for a job to care for others. So many of our caregivers have stories of struggle, strength, and caring. They are amazing.
- Amy McColley
Once we were hired for a wedding to help the grandmother out all day so the mom could concentrate on being mother of the bride. There was a mix-up with the family and when the caregiver arrived to drive grandma to the church, a family member had already picked her up. The caregiver called the office, found out where the wedding was, drove there and stayed with grandma all day!
- Colleen Shields
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