Pam has been a Senior Companion at Family First Home Companions since April 2015 after having both professional and personal experience as a caregiver. She has provided assistance to several clients and currently is assigned to two clients each week. Her clients characterize her as professional, proactive, flexible, and very dependable.
Pam has been a very reliable companion. She commits to each of her cases and works well with each family. She has a sweet disposition and is very diligent with the care she provides. Pam has a gentle way about her that which makes her clients very comfortable with her.
Pam has extensive experience in working with those afflicted with dementia and was selected to participate in a special caregiver event at the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center in Bay Shore, NY to assist a group of older adults with dementia by providing activities and stimulation while their family caregivers attended a luncheon.
Pam is a dedicated, compassionate caregiver who is always willing to help out. “We are very glad to have her on our team”, says owner, Jennifer Benjamin.
If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Long Island, NY, please contact the caring staff at Family First Home Companions. Serving all of Long Island. Call today: (631) 319-3961
Jennifer has specialized training in Alzheimer’s disease through the Long Island Alzheimer’s Association and the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation.She also volunteered her time with the Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center of Long Island for 3 years by providing cognitive stimulation to an Alzheimer’s patient group.
Jennifer educates the community about elder care and speaks to caregiver support groups, senior centers, and at professional organizations.Topics include home safety, effective strategies for family caregiving, elder care planning, and awareness about elder abuse.
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