Top 5 Highlights
- Esther is bilingual (Spanish and English).
- She can “sign” in two languages for the hearing impaired.
- Esther has experience with all major chronic conditions affecting older adults.
- Esther has experience caring for patients in Assisted Living Communities and privately at home.
- Esther doesn’t quit! She continues caring for her patients through complete rehabilitation or through end of life hospice.
I never knew my father or my grandfather. I guess in some ways my patients give me a part of those relationships; relationships I never had. I truly feel my patients need me. Not too long ago I had a patient I was caring for in the assisted living community. I had seen that decline too often before. I knew his time was coming. I called his son to let him know his dad was going to die. I looked at the patient and told him not to worry; that I had called his son and everything was ok. He got a look in his eye of relief and took his last breath. I took a moment to go outside and grieve his passing.
A few months later the owner of the assisted living community called me to let me know I had received mail. I shook my head thinking who would send me mail there? I opened the envelope to find a Thank You Card from the son with a check for $500 dollars. The patient meant a lot to me and I was humbled by the son’s recognition of my care for his father.
- Chronic Conditions: Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s, COPD and Hospice (including end of life Hospice)
- Activities of Daily Living: Bathing, Dressing, Incontinence Care, Med Reminders, Meal preparation.
- Transferring: Hoyer Lift, Gait Belt and bed bound care.
Certifications and Licenses
- CPR: Expires 3/2020
- First Aid: 3/2020
- TB: 3/2019
- DL: 4/2028
- Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card: 6/2023
“Esther is a great caregiver! She always went above and beyond. You are lucky to have her!”
– A Professional Reference
Hospitality from the Heart
Have you noticed the shortage of caregivers and the increase number of seniors needing caregivers to remain in their homes? It’s a real problem and it’s getting worse with each passing day. In the coming years there simply won’t be enough good caregivers to support the seniors who need them!
Hart 2 Heart continuously recruits, interviews and professionally vets caregivers seven days a week, every week, every month.