Easy Living Home Care is honored to award Rose Mary Trujillo caregiver of the month for August.
Rose Mary is a dedicated, compassionate and active caregiver. She has been a caregiver with us for approximately 3.5 years. Rose Mary goes above and beyond what is expected of her and always gives 110% no matter the circumstances. Rose Mary loves taking our clients on adventures which they enjoy. From walking on the Seal Beach pier to playing miniature golf, Rose Mary and her clients loves all of it.
We asked Rosemary a couple questions about her caregiving position.
What do you like most about caregiving? “I enjoy giving back to those in need of help.”
What made you want to become a caregiver? “I fell into caregiving by accident. I taught preschool for many years and took care of a student’s grandfather. It was a great experience. Working with children for 25 years taught me to be more patient, understanding and giving.
Thank you Rose Mary, you’re a true asset to Easy Living Home Care!
At a very young age it was always Ms. LaPorte’s passion to work with the elderly. She was a caregiver at a nursing home in high school and college and volunteered in senior centers and senior events held by the city in which she grew up. After graduation, Ms. LaPorte became a special education teacher for sixteen years.
She put her teaching career on the sidelines to raise two wonderful children, during which her passion for the elderly inspired her to start Easy Living Home Care in 2009. Ms. Laporte wanted to help people, especially seniors, find competent, qualified, and caring in-home care at reasonable rates.
Ms LaPorte takes an active role in conducting and managing all operations of her business. She is patient, compassionate and listens. Ms. Laporte is always available to her clients and staff.
In her spare time, Lori volunteers for the American Red Cross and Leashes of Love canine rescue organization.
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