Beatrice W.


Can relocate

5 years of live-in care experience

About Beatrice W.

I am a patient and compassionate person - qualities that are absolutely key for a carer. I am a firm believer in empowering people to achieve goals so I will happily spend most of my day supporting someone to do tasks that reach goals for them. I am very sensitive to the fact that people may have goals that are not attainable at the time or may even be unrealistic but it is vital I am sensitive to their feelings and I will try to break down a goal into smaller, more attainable goals to prevent them becoming disheartened. Someones emotional well-being can heavily influence their physical well being so it is important to consider in their daily care. In terms of caring for someones physical well-being, my career in care so far has provided me with a wealth of experience supporting many different people with many different conditions. I am confident in dealing with people that have complex health issues. I am willing to up-skill and learn any interventions the client would benefit from so I am able to continue to support and meet their needs. I have plenty of experience in dementia care and have supported people with early stages, advanced dementia and all in between. One of the most important things I have learned so far when caring for people with dementia is that validating their feelings can really help them in times of distress. All humans have a desire to not be alone and this is one of the main parts of my job as a carer. As with all of my care, but particularly end of life care, I am sensitive, compassionate and make sure everything I do is for the clients comfort and sense of peace and happiness. I enjoy spending time with others, learning about people and their hobbies. Doing activities together and really getting to know someone. These are the main reasons I got into care- I love to interact with and watch someone grow.

Ok with cats or dogs



Attending Appointments



Doing Errands

Doing Laundry

Dressing and Undressing

Driving Licence

Eating and Drinking Assistance

Live-In Care

Manual Handling

Medication Prompting

Moving and Handling

Personal Assistance

Personal Grooming and Hygiene

Physical Activities


Wheelchair Assistance

Specialist care

Incontinence pad changes

Using a hoist


Has driving licence

Signature dish:



Alzheimer's Dementia






Insulin dependent (Type 1) Diabetes

Learning Disability

Mild cognitive impairment

No condition

Non insulin dependent (Type 2) Diabetes

Parkinson's disease

Physical Disability

Vascular Dementia




Shopping, travelling , watching movies

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