Abi M.


Can relocate

12 years of live-in care experience

About Abi M.

I have worked in various social care environments and gained a broad knowledge, understanding and invaluable experience in providing professional support that promotes equality of opportunity, rights, independence, choice, privacy and dignity to my clients to enable decent living and fulfilment. I am a conscientious worker and a credible team player with a high degree of adaptability towards performance requirements. In the course of seeking both personal and professional development, I have pursued and achieved various training and qualifications. I have experience working with Cancer, physical disabilities, Stroke, end of live and elderly people with dementia and Parkinson disease. All these years I have covered all aspects of daily living such as personal care, housekeeping, administering medication, driving to appointments and shopping, and cooking tasty healthy meals and welcome very much when my clients want to contribute to the cooking process,. My role in healthcare has never been just a job for me, I really enjoy working directly with people. especially on a one to one basis where I have the time to build a good relationship, offer 100% support and make a difference in their lives. I find it very beneficial for families and is the reason I prefer to work in private care. I also find that the relationship can be rewarding for both parties. For me, it is not only about helping others but I have learned how to really communicate with people. Seeing the difference I make to my client's life gives me great joy and satisfaction. In my spare time I enjoy a spot of gardening and bird watching, being one with nature and the calmness if brings. I am ready for a placement and willing to travel.



Attending Appointments


Doing Laundry

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



Alzheimer's Dementia

Cerebral Palsy



Insulin dependent (Type 1) Diabetes

Learning Disability

Non insulin dependent (Type 2) Diabetes

Physical Disability

Spinal Injury


Terminal Illness

Vascular Dementia




Cooking, Reading and going on long walks

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