When you think of the care giving experience you think what could possibly be so unusual or remarkable that an individual would be considered extraordinary? Well meet Paula Williams the Extraordinary Caregiver.
Speaking figuratively Paula Williams “brought a Comfort Keepers’ Client back to life”. After being hospitalized and then placed in a rehabilitation center the client continued to decline and was headed toward a permanent nursing home bed. It was during this time that Paula entered his life.
Her positive energy and passion for life turned the client’s outlook from depressing thoughts of living out life in nursing home to being able to stay at home. Her attention to detail, commitment to following the care plan laid out for recovery and her inspiring attitude resulted in this unusual and remarkable or “extraordinary care giving experience”. A client whose odds were against being able to remain at home is now doing exceptionally well thanks to Paula’s exceptional care giving skills.
Paula’s caring spirit did not start when she began working at Comfort Keepers. It began long time ago when her mother, a volunteer, cared for seniors and would take Paula along when she was a little girl. It was then that Paula developed the heart for helping older adults that would eventually lead her to Comfort Keepers, a company that believes in being invested in their client’s health and fulfilling a mission to treat each client as if he or she was a member of our own family. Paula, too, believes that. Her work ethic and dependability speak volumes about her commitment to fulfilling this mission.
Pictured: From left Sallie Bongaardt, Owner Comfort Keepers Springfield and King of Prussia, PA, Paula Williams, 2014 Comfort Keeper of the Year, Clark Bongaardt, Esq.,Owner, Comfort Keepers Springfield and King of Prussia, PA.
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