What our client’s say about Kim
From Mr and Mrs Brown: Kim is a delight, she gave much needed pampering and made me feel like a million dollars.
22 January 2014 – Appreciative email from a blind Mosman client’s Enduring Guardian
I came back from visiting Bob yesterday and thought about the messages I read in the Daughterly Care Communication Book. Is there some way Bob and I can acknowledge the positive contribution Kim makes to Bob’s life and to other carers’ work especially Denise’s? Kim is a real team player in the right sense of the word. In the 2 hours Kim is with Bob she manages to cook him a delicious meal (must be delicious cos he eats it all!), makes enough food to freeze some for others to use (especially helpful for Denise on Sunday nights) and asks for input for food suggestions as well as including more “exotic” ingredients (for Bob) on the shopping list. As well she improves his quality of life. She had him help her cook ANZAC biscuits last Monday – great tactile exercise for blind Bob and was the first to dance with him (now all carers dance!) she has given him the wooden spoons to tap out rhythms on the table and has brought other music for him to listen to. I would like to acknowledge what she does for Bob without making others feel left out (they all have their own strengths). What can you think of?
7 August 2015 Email from daughter of client, who lives in Hunters Hill, on Sydney’s Lower North Shore
A very special thank you to Kim. Not only has Kim provided the highest quality of care for Nancy in the last few years, but she has also made sure that our lives have run as smooth as possible and has continually made us all laugh with her quirky sense of humour. She has been an enormous source of comfort to Nancy and the entire family that words cannot convey the extent of our gratitude to Kim. Thank you Kim.
Daughter of Client, who lives in Collaroy, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches: “Kim has been great, has good ideas to help us all and is very good with Joan.”
3 November 2016 – Thank You to Kim from Mrs V, who lives in Neutral Bay on Sydney’s Lower North Shore
Kim’s kindness, patience and care are wonderful and much appreciated.