Eva T.
£14/hr
personal carer
Croydon
6 years of experience

DBS check approved

Renewal date: Jun 2018

Speaks English

Hello, my name is Eva and I became a carer in 2008. Becoming a carer wasn’t a difficult choice because my mother worked as a nurse and my father still works in an ambulance. Caring for people felt like the right thing to do as it seems to run in our family. I find helping others who are in need very rewarding. I have gained a number of care related qualifications and experience with all sorts of disabilities and illnesses including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. I have mostly cared for individuals with spinal cord injury which helped me gain effective communication skills and good working relationships in addition to developing practical skills like using hoists, sliding sheets, catheter care etc.

In my spare time I mostly read books or do sports like jogging, cycling, dancing or yoga. I have a passion for psychology, science and revealing the mysteries of the human brain and mind.

I love to interact with men and women of all ages, I promise to always be there for them and to provide them with the very best care. I am an extremely motivated and organized individual who pays attention to detail and I always maintain a safe, clean and comfortable environment for clients. I am very patient, have the ability to get on with a wide range of people and am willing to meet the challenges of any situation. I look forward to hearing from you.

Condition Expertise
Multiple sclerosis
Cerebral Palsy
Alzheimer's Dementia
Parkinson's disease
Spinal Injury
Terminal Illness
Physical Disability
Cancer
Skills
Administration
Shopping
Cleaning
Doing Laundry
Dressing and Undressing
Personal Grooming and Hygiene
Toileting
Eating and Drinking Assistance
Medication Prompting
Moving and Handling
Overnight Care
Personal Assistance
Attending Appointments
Doing Errands
Gardening
Wheelchair Assistance
Physical Activities
Driving Licence
Interests
Reading, cycling, dancing, yoga, science, jogging