Joyce J.
From  £130/day
personal carer
10 years of experience
Driver's Licence

DBS check approved

Renewal date: Aug 2019

Speaks English
Emergency Backup
Has Driver’s License

I've been caring for people for more than 9 years and I'm looking for new opportunities now. I provided palliative care to my last client. I made her happy in her last months, provided all the support, care and comfort she needed. I enjoyed making her life better and making her independent as much as possible. As a carer I usually provide personal care including washing, dressing and maintaining their hygiene making their environment safe and providing them with emotional support and company.

I am compassionate, loving, caring, a good listener and always open to learn new ways, ideas. I'm dependable, trustworthy and sociable. I love to make a difference in one's life.

In my free time I enjoy going for walks, going to the cinema, shopping, cooking and reading books and magazines.

Reviews 1
Joyce was a carer for my terminally ill mother. She worked for one month, started when my mother returned from the hospital and only left when my mother passed away. Joyce took care of all needs a terminally ill patient might have. She was totally punctual and reliable. She also assigned duties, coordinated activities with other support services, communicated with the family and most importantly, developed an excellent relationship with my mother. She was excellent in this role for my terminally ill, distraught, elderly mother, I can only highly recommend her.
Previous Client
Nov 1st, 2017
Condition Expertise
Alzheimer's Dementia
Cerebral Palsy
Learning Disability
Orthopaedic Injuries
Parkinson's disease
Terminal Illness
Vascular Dementia
Visual Impairment
Attending Appointments
Doing Errands
Doing Laundry
Dressing and Undressing
Driving Licence
Driving Licence (with Car)
Eating and Drinking Assistance
Medication Prompting
Moving and Handling
Personal Assistance
Personal Grooming and Hygiene
Wheelchair Assistance
Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social Care
London, 2009