Are You a Comfort Keeper® In Home Caregiver in Milwaukee, WI?
An in home caregiver must possess these key characteristics before joining our team
As an in home caregiver you will do more than prepare lunch, dust the furniture, or help a client get ready for the day. These are important, of course, but through our unique approach to in-home care, Interactive Caregiving™, Comfort Keepers find ways to actively engage clients in life. This could include cooking favorite recipes together, reminiscing over old photos, visiting friends or attending community events, continuing favorite hobbies, taking a walk, doing puzzles.
The Best Comfort Keepers® Review Their Careers
These are some of the characteristics of an in home caregiver on our team:
- able to weave joyful, life-enriching experiences into the fabric of everyday moments
- good communicator
Also important are the ability to accept constructive criticism, solve problems as part of a team, and understand and respect procedures and protocol. If you have these characteristics and want a career that compensates you fairly, offers an opportunity for growth and provides a daily dose of personal satisfaction, contact your local Comfort Keepers® office today to learn more about becoming an in home caregiver with the industry leader in home care.
Comfort Keeper Mary Ellen Is a “Blessed Light” to Seniors in Southeast Wisconsin
My name is Mary Ellen. Mary means “blessed” and I was blessed at the age of 12 with an epilepsy diagnosis, which meant I was lonely and didn’t have many friends.
When I had seizures, I lost control of my body and learned to trust in Jesus. God has since blessed me with excellent medical treatment and I have been able to live a normal life.
I was hired as an in home caregiver with Comfort Keepers to help seniors with meals, cleaning, personal care and above all encouragement.
I enrich lives through meaningful conversations and memory recall.
I see God using my childhood experiences to give me empathy and love for clients with dementia or physical limitations. I understand their loneliness and their need for encouragement.
My middle name is “Ellen;” which means “light.” I like to think that I have become a “blessed light” through my work with Comfort Keepers.