May 5, 2000
To Whom It May Concern:
In May of 1999 I had a stroke that left me paralyzed on the left
side of my body. I was admitted to
George did an outstanding job in assisting me with all of my needs
at home and activities in the community. He organized my life, scheduling
my doctors and physical therapy appointments, and
He is an excellent problem solver. When it became necessary to rely
on the use of his vehicle, a full
He made me aware of, and enrolled me in, community recreational and exercise programs for the disabled such as adaptive aquatics. He made sure I arrived on time for these activities with all of the essentials required to participate.
When I discovered that my health insurance would not cover his services as I had anticipated, and I could not afford to pay him, George continued on with his duties as my caregiver on a voluntary basis. Through an exhaustive search for community funded health care, he managed to arrange for the temporary services of various health care professionals free of charge.
George was always there for me, assisting me in my transition to an affordable health care arrangement, which necessitated moving to San Diego and living near my sister who is active in the voluntary senior citizens' programs there.
I will be forever grateful for all that George has done for me. He
was not only an excellent caregiver