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Shield HealthCare’s 14th Annual Caregiver Story Contest

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  1. Anita Saddoris
    Posted September 27, 2014 at 5:16 am PST

    As caregiver I give 100and 10% of myself showing my clients my companion reassuring for their care and welfare knowing they can have trust in me for their well beging in life…

  2. Debora E. Rivera
    Posted September 27, 2014 at 6:14 am PST

    I have 5 years working as a caregiver and I dont regreat it, and I can say, im proud of my job, caring for elderly is having good feelings, be compasionate,care with love, and my reward is seeing them happy, feeling loved, when they ask for me when Iam not at work, meaning that they miss me, I give them all my tender love and care, as I would like to be treated when I reach that age.

  3. Ashraf naserzadeh
    Posted September 27, 2014 at 7:25 am PST

    I am caregiver , I help my patient as my family member. I feel responsible and care the most I can

  4. sandra brooks
    Posted October 2, 2014 at 1:55 am PST

    Great video,love it

  5. Posted October 2, 2014 at 1:57 am PST

    Great video

  6. Darlene Laeger
    Posted November 25, 2014 at 6:11 pm PST

    I was a care-giver to my sweet sister, she passed March 21 2014. I would do it again for her. She was 24/7 wheel-chair bound. I took care of her for 1and 1/2 years. She taught me a lot. I believe with my whole heart that the cream from Shields helped her stay soft (antibacterial skin care) Ca-Rezz . She was a donor and they wrote me a letter about her skin tissue. I am very happy she is helping someone else. Now I have two seniors who uses the cream, that I care for.

  7. Aimee Sharp
    Posted November 26, 2014 at 10:00 pm PST

    Hi Darlene! Thank you for sharing your warm thoughts. To officially enter Shield HealthCare’s contest, please visit our entry page at shieldhealthcare.com/caring or email your story, including your full contact information to caring@shieldhealthcare.com

  8. Darlene Laeger
    Posted November 25, 2014 at 6:24 pm PST

    The experience being a care-giver is wonderful and it warms your heart. My sweet sister was 24/7 wheel chair bound I had her only 1 and half years, she passed March 21, 2014. She taught me to be more kind and listen with the eyes. Now I have two more people I care for , I really believe that she directed me into this type of work .

  9. Posted November 25, 2014 at 6:33 pm PST

    I STARTED OUT 30 YEARS AGO AS A NURSE, FOLLOWING MANY TRIALS N LIFE , KEEP MY HEAD UP N MADE MY PT. PRIORITY, SEEN AND HEARD STORIES THAT WOULD AMAZE PPL.
    BUT I KEPT GOING IN LIFE TO SERVE AND CARE FOR THE ONES WHO COULD NOT AS OF TODAY I’M STILL A CAREGIVER FOR FAMILY IN MY HOME 14 YEARS AT HOME WITH THEM, I WOULD NOT CHANGE MY LIFE FOR ANYTHING BECAUSE KNOWING I MADE A DIFFERENCE IN THERE LIFE TO THE END IS THAT ONE THING GOD SEES ME DO, AND GIVES ME STREINGTH TO KEEP GOING.. THAT’S MY STOREY TILL “THE END”

  10. Aimee Sharp
    Posted November 26, 2014 at 10:00 pm PST

    Hi Marina, and thank you to you as well for sharing your warm thoughts. If you’d like to officially enter our contest, please visit our entry page at shieldhealthcare.com/caring or email your story, including your full contact information to caring@shieldhealthcare.com

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