Meet Our Comfort Keepers Caregivers
Home Care Caregivers in Orange, CA
We are passionate about helping seniors and their families live happier healthier lives. Our caregivers, known as Comfort Keepers, provide consistent, compassionate care services to each individual. We only hire people who truly love caring for others.
All of our Comfort Keepers have passed extensive background checks and are continuously educating themselves on the care industry. Our Comfort Keepers are insured, bonded, and covered by workers’ compensation insurance in order to protect our clients and their families.
We are immensely proud of our team and the hard work they put into extending satisfaction into the lives of local seniors. Our home care providers are incredible individuals who take their jobs seriously and provide the kind of care you would provide to a family member. If you or a loved one is in need of home care, please do not hesitate to Contact Us to learn more about how our services could benefit your life or the life of a senior you know.
Internal Care Coordinator
Since I can remember I have always done my best to lend a helping hand to others. While I was in school, I would often volunteer in children’s classrooms, provided tutoring, helped at local events feeding the homeless, and have always tried to help anyone in need. Today working at Comfort Keepers, I help in identifying the caregivers who are responsible to provide care for our clients. In order to do that I look back on my own history as a caregiver. I never did it professionally but, growing up my family had several experiences with chronic diseases which often put me in the role of a caregiver without even knowing it. Whether it be running errands for my grandmother or taking my uncle to his physical therapy appointments I was always there and willing to help. Proudly I can say that even though their final days I continuously did my best to make a difference in their lives constantly looking for a way to make them smile, laugh, and simply enjoy their day.
Comfort Keepers takes pride in bringing daily joy to our Clients and Caregivers. For me, that means doing all that we can to provide the highest level of care and promote Interactive Caregiving. Helping our caregivers identify how they can incorporate our clients into their daily activities which helps stimulate their minds and bodies.
Nicole B. MSW
External Care Cordinator
Helping others and working with families has always been something that I have been very passionate about. My family and friends would often come to me with any issues they were dealing with, looking for advice and guidance. While in college, I learned quickly that I gravitated towards the fields of psychology and sociology. I graduated from USC in 2016 with a master’s degree in Social Work. My background in social work has brought me into various settings where I have been able to help children and families such as schools, foster care agencies, and social service agencies. I have also worked with an employee assistance program in Orange County where I connected individuals with local therapists, financial services, legal assistance, and community resources.
Many individuals reached out to our program looking for resources and referrals for senior care for their loved ones. This is where I discovered how many families are looking for assistance with keeping their elderly loved ones safe and healthy. While most of my experience has been geared towards children, I decided that I would love to bring that same helpful and caring spirit to seniors in the community. At Comfort Keepers we believe that keeping seniors in their homes, with the help of family members and our wonderful caregivers, genuinely improves their longevity and quality of life. It is truly a pleasure being able to have a part in bringing seniors and their families a sense of safety, comfort, and joy.
Ayesha B. CNA
Internal Care Coordinator
Life, as I see it is to Love, Intuit, Feel and Empathize.
My path in this exciting journey to revitalize the spirit of a fellow soul began when I started medical school. With exposure to a myriad of different disease processes that afflict the human mind and body, there came in me, a sense of responsibility and perception of being aware of another’s pain. When I examined patients, I realized that it was not only the pathogen that was targeted but also the environmental and other conditions that led up to deterioration in one’s health. I was able to make the connection between mind and brain, body and soul.
The hardest part of medical school was breaking bad news to a patient suffering from a grave illness or a loss of an organ such as an appendage. At that point, I realized that my job is not done after counseling. There had to be something more that I could do to help. It dawned on me that caring for another in their home, being by their bedside at their time of dire need, and, assisting them with the day to day of living was far more satisfying than to manage only the medical aspects of their health. I then obtained my license to practice as a CNA and entered the field of caring in its entirety.
Today, working at Comfort Keepers alongside a bright team of individuals that share similar beliefs and intentions I would like to extend our hands to aide any comfort seeker who anticipates the well-deserved care they need to find joy in their lives and relief from any additional stress that adds on to their day to day grind. The well-being of mom, dad, a grandparent, or person of any age, gender or race is our primary goal and we continuously add new and exciting regimens to fulfill our duties to you and your loved one from the depth of our hearts and with the intent to keep humanity above everything else.
Krista G., LVN
I was born into a long line of very strong women who all happened to be nurses. My great-grandmother moved into my home when I was 6 years of age after she was diagnosed with lung cancer. I had the privilege of watching my working family (my mother, grandmother and great-aunt) take turns providing around-the-clock, end-of-life care for my Nana in 8-hour shifts until she passed peacefully in our home, surrounded by our family. More recently, I was able to give this same gift to my mother, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer in May of 2019 and passed in November of the same year. It was my honor to be able to keep her in my home, providing for all her care needs, until she passed in her own bed, surrounded by our family and her pets. Both experiences helped to shape who I am as an adult. I knew from an early age that I wanted to help people and End-Of-Life care is very close to my heart.
I come from a clinical background, working in hospitals as a Licensed Vocational Nurse for over 15 years. My journey began at CHOC in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, took me to Labor & Delivery at Saddleback Memorial Hospital, hospice care with the Veterans Administration out of Long Beach and, now, I am able to help our seniors receive the care that they need in the comfort of their own homes with Comfort Keepers.
Comfort Keepers takes pride in bringing daily joy to our Clients and Caregivers. For me, that means doing all that we can to safely keep our Seniors happier in the familiarity of their own home, which plays an integral role in living longer, healthier and happier lives.