C is for My wonderful caregivers #Blogging A to Z

Hi everyone

Welcome to my letter C post in the blogging A to Z challenge.

Today I want to talk about my two caregivers, Frances and Trish.

I’m blessed with two wonderful caregivers. They are so caring, kind, and helpful to me.

They help me with going to appointments, going grocery shopping, cleaning my house, and cooking food.

I have Frances 3 days a week, for a total of 7 hours.

Trish only does 1 day a week, for 2 hours.

Trish does cooking with me, and sometimes we do baking too.

Frances is my main caregiver. I love her. She’s the kindest person, with the biggest heart.

I’ve had her working for me since 2019.

Trish only started with me last August so I don’t know her as well as I know Frances.

Still, I am so glad I have them. I got lucky with them.

I hear so many bad stories about the awful treatment some caregivers give to their clients. I am happy to say I’ve never had bad treatment from either of my caregivers.

I hope it always stays that way.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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