Linda, with a degree in Psychology and a background as a Special Education teacher, brings a unique set of skills and empathy to her role as a caregiver. Having also worked in hospice care, Linda has gathered a wide range of experiences which, combined with her academic background, allow her to approach each client's needs with sensitivity, understanding, and adaptability.
Being a lover of life and deeply family-oriented, Linda strives to create a familial atmosphere with all her clients, aiming to understand their interests, life stories, and individual needs. This enables her to provide tailored, comprehensive care that brings comfort and joy to those she serves.
Kind, caring, and endlessly supportive, Linda sees her role as more than a job; she is her clients' cheerleader, standing in their corner and empowering them to live their life to the fullest, despite any health-related challenges they may be facing.
Over the years, Linda has gained extensive experience assisting those with Alzheimer's/Dementia, Parkinson's, mobility impairments, MS, and ALS, providing competent and compassionate care to individuals with diverse needs. Her expertise extends to all areas of personal care, including bed baths & showers, incontinence care, and companionship care.
Whether helping a client navigate the challenges of day-to-day life or simply providing a listening ear, Linda's care is characterized by a deep respect for her clients' individuality and a determination to help them maintain dignity and quality of life. Her infectious positivity and commitment to her clients make Linda an exceptional caregiver and a cherished part of any care team.
- Have paid caregiving experience or a CNA, PCA, LPN, or RN
- Be age 21 or older
- Pass a comprehensive background check, drug test, and reference check
- Pass PHC’s skills & knowledge assessment
- Have a good driving record and an insured vehicle
- Basic English speaking, reading, and writing skills
- Current TB immunization
Services our Caregivers Provide
Timely cues to take the right medication at the right time.
A conversation, sharing stories, a walk in the park, a cup of coffee in the morning, a bond. Caregivers listen, learn, and are good company.
Assisting with dressing, bathing, and daily hygiene. Our skill-assessed caregivers are ready to help.
Doing laundry or dishes, tidying around the house, taking out the garbage, and many other house chores are a part of our daily duties.
Planning and preparing healthy meals, following an old family recipe, and trips to the grocery store.
Whether it’s to a doctor’s appointment or to a loved one’s home, caregivers can always provide a ride.
We help clients lead an active lifestyle by following an exercise plan or simply encouraging physical activity.
Social Outings & Routine
We help clients live life to the fullest by supporting daily routines and planning indoor and outdoor activities.
Join Private Home Care and be a part of an exceptional team of caregivers.
We highly value and respect our team of professional Caregivers, and that’s why we have higher job satisfaction and lower turnover. When you join PHC, you join a team of professionals that are skilled, knowledgeable, and passionate about serving others and providing the best care.