Elizabeth M.
From  £130/day
personal carer
17 years of experience

DBS check approved

Renewal date: Oct 2020

Speaks English

I have been a manager for over 9 years looking after domiciliary carers. I have gained substantial experience in managing carers, who supported service users to live independently in their own homes. Also, I have 7 years experience working as a live in carer providing hands on care/assistance to my clients with different health issues such as depression, Parkinson’s disease, Dementia, Asperger's, Alzheimer's, Autism and many more. My experience as a live in carer, I supported with personal care such as meal preparation, administering of medication and managing appointments.

I enjoy the work I do, as I find great satisfaction in seeing service users remain happy in their own home environment whilst also living an independent lifestyle. I am always patient and ready to listen to what my clients would want to do at their own time, setting out their own targets, and as a carer always there to ensure a good and fulfilled outcome.

I enjoy outdoor activities, cooking, cleaning and I would like to support my clients to be able to access any activities that they feel comfortable with.

I am available immediately and flexible to travel. Thank you for viewing my profile.

Reviews 1
Elizabeth was looking after my brother as a live in carer for 5 years. She is absolutely reliable, punctual, caring and we did not have any issues with the way she cared for my brother. She was amazing and made sure my brother was looked after by providing personal care such as administering his medication, giving him peg feeding and also general house duties including cleaning, washing, ironing and shopping.
Previous Client
Mar 5th, 2018
Condition Expertise
Alzheimer's Dementia
Cerebral Palsy
Eating Disorder
Learning Disability
Mild cognitive impairment
Motor Neurone Disease
Multiple sclerosis
Non insulin dependent (Type 2) Diabetes
Orthopaedic Injuries
Parkinson's disease
Physical Disability
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Terminal Illness
Traumatic Brain Injury
Vascular Dementia
Visual Impairment
Attending Appointments
Doing Errands
Doing Laundry
Dressing and Undressing
Eating and Drinking Assistance
Medication Prompting
Moving and Handling
Personal Assistance
Personal Grooming and Hygiene
Physical Activities
Wheelchair Assistance
Watching tennis, football, athletics
Level 4 NVQ in Leadership and Management for Care Service
London (Edexcel), 2010
Certificate in Public Health
University of Greenwich, 2017