Casey Ford is fairly new to the caregiving scene. She has only ever been a caregiver for Senior Care which she started in January this year. Although she’s new, she is a natural! Her clients have all adored her. They have said that she’s always one step ahead of their needs, gets everything done that’s needed and will sit and visit with them. Casey’s favorite part of caregiving, aside from the satisfaction and reward of helping others, is getting to know them and hearing their stories. She said they all have stories and experiences to share! Casey has proven to not only be an excellent caregiver, but an excellent employee as well. She is always willing to help with emergency shifts even if she has to rearrange her schedule or plans. She definitely goes above and beyond in everything she does! When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, and just going on walks. Although she grew up in Arizona, she moved to Idaho in her freshman year of high school. Luckily for us, Casey liked it there so much, she decided to stay and make a difference for people there as well as in northern Utah!
Congratulations Casey for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
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Jennifer Kimsey is a country girl from Wayan Idaho. In her spare time she enjoys reading fantasy books, hiking, and just being outdoors. She discovered her passion for caregiving 5 years ago when she was offered a job caregiving. She hadn’t had any prior experience, but was quickly drawn into the rewarding field. She joined Senior Care 2 1/2 years ago and has shown her new passion in the excellent care she provides her client. When asked what she enjoys most about caregiving, she said “I just really enjoy seeing the client smile. That’s how I know I’m doing the right thing!”
Congratulations Jennifer for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Tiffany and her 5 siblings grew up in Twin Falls, Idaho. While she attended Jr. High School there, she took a class that allowed students to go into the Special Ed. class and help those students read, do math, etc. Tiffany loved working with those students and helping them! So she continued helping them in High School through a Home Economics class and helped them learn how to cook. After High School she helped her grandmother for some time. That is when she decided to really get into the caregiving field. She relocated to Franklin, Idaho two years ago where she joined the Senior Care team. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and camping. However, she also really enjoys the work she does and has worked very hard for her clients and for Senior Care. When asked why she got into the field she said, “I just love taking care of people. I’ve done it for 13 years and have loved every minute of it!”
Congratulations Tiffany for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Nancy King is initially from New Mexico where she was born and raised. She met her husband there and they decided to move to Idaho for better a climate. In Idaho she continued to care for others. Caregiving comes naturally to Nancy, and she has been in the field for 13+ years, 8 months of that she has been with Senior Care. She said she really enjoys helping elderly people because they are simple and so grateful for the little things! At the end of the day, she just likes to feel like she’s accomplished something good for someone else.
Congratulations Nancy for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Kady Remer, born and raised in Pocatello Idaho, has graced the caregiving industry with her presence for 16+ years. She started out volunteering with her grandmother at a local assisted living center. Her love for others and helping them grew from there! Kady has been with Senior Care for a little over 2 years and in that time she has proven to be very driven, hard working, caring, and dependable. She has also demonstrated great responsibility with new assignments given to her recently as well as picking up extra shifts to help with coverage. Outside of her work she is still thinking of others and helping them! She has recently received a degree in Special Education and will be joining that field as well, teaching people with special needs.
Congratulations Kady for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Jordan Jensen, raised in Shelly, Idaho, has always enjoyed helping people and making them happy. She joined the caregiving field 3 years ago and she joined Senior Care in January this year. She has made a huge impact on everyone she has helped in her caregiving. Her clients adore her and “couldn’t ask for anyone better!” Jordan receives great satisfaction from giving to people and making their day better. She added, “I’m grateful to work with such great people and alongside other great caregivers. I’ve never worked for a company that appreciates their caregivers as much as Senior Care does! This is the best job I’ve had so far!”
Congratulations Jordan for being selected as Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Patty McCammon, “Potato Girl”, stuck to her roots in Idaho Falls where she is currently caregiving for Senior Care. She has been in this field for 6+ years and with Senior Care for 8 months of that time. She enjoys the reward of helping those in need. Her greatest experience so far has been helping a bed-ridden client become healthy and strong enough to get up and walk around their home. When asked why she chose the caregiving field, she simply said, “It’s my passion.”
Congratulations Patty for being selected Caregiver of the month! To learn what it takes to become Caregiver of the month, click HERE.
Pocatello native, Katie, lives a quiet life focusing her time and energy around her family. She had interest in the health care field during college. After receiving her CNA in Salt Lake City, Utah, she moved back to Pocatello where she helped residents in a nursing facility. Discovering her passion in helping the elderly, Katie started helping her grandmother with Alzheimer’s live at home. That experience got her into caregiving in a home care setting. Having family as such a priority in her personal life, she enjoys helping her clients stay close to their families and making a positive difference for them. Katie loves being able to cheer them up and give them the help and interaction they need.
Congratulations Katie for being selected as employee of the month! to learn what it takes for a Senior Care employee to become Caregiver of the month click Here.