Jennifer B.


Can relocate

7 years of live-in care experience

About Jennifer B.

My career in care work started 5 years ago with a family member, which I did daily for 3 years. What started off as something that was necessary for my family at the time really ignited a passion in me to care for others and I haven't looked back since. I have been a professional carer for 2 years now and have worked exclusively in live in care. I have experience in elderly care, having had clients previously with multiple conditions I am comfortable in my abilities to adapt, be reactive and fully support my clients needs. The care I provide is driven by the clients needs and values I believe are vital for promoting a clients overall wellbeing: respect, trust, compassion and communication. I do this by making sure the client is fully involved in any decision making throughout the day, giving them responsibility and autonomy. I make sure to gain consent before doing anything for them and respect their decision. I know there are times when tasks that are necessary are not always favoured and in these circumstances, it is important to have built up a mutual respect and level of trust to enable open communication to aid in getting these tasks done. Practically, I also possess many skills that are vital for a good carer- I am confident in running and maintaining a house, I can make appointments and assist the client to attend them, I like to do arts and crafts, as well as other group activities such as board games and puzzles and I also love to cook and am willing to try new recipes and cuisine. I am always open to constructive feedback to help me improve and I aim to up-skill and gain more practical skills and knowledge as I carry on with my work in care.

Ok with cats or dogs


Hometouch Client.


“Thank you SO much for sending us Jennifer to look after my mum when the other carer couldn’t come back on the 17th. She has been absolutely first class; Mum really likes her and said a couple of days ago how much she will miss her when she goes”



Attending Appointments



Doing Errands

Dressing and Undressing

Eating and Drinking Assistance

Live-In Care

Manual Handling

Meal Preparation

Medical Administration

Medication Prompting

Moving and Handling

Personal Assistance

Personal Grooming and Hygiene

Physical Activities


Wheelchair Assistance

Specialist care

Using a hoist

Signature dish:



Alzheimer's Dementia




Mild cognitive impairment

Non insulin dependent (Type 2) Diabetes

Physical Disability

Rheumatoid Arthritis





Reading, Walking, Making hand crafts.

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