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The caregivers that my mom has had have been very sensitive and respectful. They went above and beyond for her needs and sensitivities. Mom's caregiver now learned some Yiddish to speak it to her a little bit.
We both are Holocaust survivors and I know that they take care of people like us. We feel we are in good hands.
I look forward to them coming. They come and no one left me sitting there waiting.
They are very good at cleaning. If they take her away I would ask for her again. I show her what to do, and I don't have to follow her around. She just does everything in good spirits.
In our age we can't do without help. They provide excellent service to us to help out in everyday life.
They help clean my home and take care of me. She is like part of the family.
I want to thank them for their support especially in such terrible times. They give me a lot of attention and I really appreciate it. I have a Russian speaker and am very thankful for that.
I appreciate that they will call me and leave me messages and make sure I know about what is going on.
They are the best. They take care of me, are very polite and do what has to be done.