Isabelle Jennings, a young nurse at the Life Care Center in Kansas City, and her patient maintained their relationship through music, particularly hymns. Isabelle went to sing carols every Friday and frequently assisted Mary Helen Schmelze.
A few months, after the meeting, Maria’s health started to deteriorate. She was in danger of dying from heart failure.
On her day off, Isabelle visited the nursing home and sang this song to Mary once more. She preferred song was “In the Garden.”Julie, Mary’s daughter, recorded a lovely nurse singing to a friend.
Isabelle pretended to have a genuine concern for everyone and was always willing to assist. She comforted her family and Mary’s grandson when they learned of his condition. Every time Mary saw Isabelle, she was urged to sing to her.
Mary’s daughter, made a video for other caregivers to watch on YouTube a few days after her mother passed away. In the movie, Mary Helen offers advice to others who might be in a similar situation by talking about her experience as a caregiver.
Julie says that your time is the best gift you can give someone. It will be appreciated by your friends and family for more than anything else.
In addition to providing direct patient care, caregivers are crucial in educating patients and their families about health concerns. n health systems, nurses are the only employees. Hospitals and Private Homes are two places where patients can get the care they need.
Despite its importance, the work of a nurse is frequently undervalued. Caregivers offer not only physical care but also emotional support. They frequently accompany patients during hard times, such as when they receive challenging treatment or when they receive their initial serious illness diagnosis.
Caregivers are responsible for meeting their own physical and emotional needs. Caregivers frequently have to balance administering medications, scheduling appointments, and providing personal care. The caregivers may feel powerless as a result of the large amount.
When you are a caregiver, know that you are not alone. As you try this, many people who understand what you’re going through can offer you support.
A lot of people aren’t aware of the daily kindness of trained health professionals. We value your compassion for your patients and your kindness.
Regards from the Life Care team in Seneca, Kansas, to you. We appreciate Isabelle’s calm presence for so many people.
Grandma Helen, God Bless!