LiveBetter's care workers say they're working hard to find innovative ways to support their clients during this difficult time.
LiveBetter's NSW manager for aged and community services Ben Chiarella said carers go above and beyond their day-to-day work practice.
"People who are already isolated feel even more alone and our care workers are the unsung heroes during this coronavirus pandemic," he said.
"We have heard some beautiful stories between carer and client through their extraordinary acts of kindness.
"There are care workers who previously had face-to-face group activities that are now making COVID-19 isolation packs to keep clients in touch with their projects.
"This is what we do, we go the extra step to bring out the best in people."
Mr Chiarella said the coronavirus pandemic has reinforced health and safety standards for workers to ensure their practices are adequately met.
"Our workers are at the frontline and there is a strong emphasis on infection control and guidelines to protect clients. This practice isn't new but the coronavirus reinforces this issue." he said.
"It is important for people to stay at home and follow the social distancing measures so care services can continue.
"There are some care workers who look after three to four clients a day so we want to make sure their wellbeing, health and safety is also met."
One of LiveBetter's care workers Kelly Solomon has been working with a particular client who has physical needs and she decided to do something extra for them.
"I have known my client for nearly six weeks, they are limited in physical movement and lives out on a property outside of Orange," she said.
"As I got to know my client, I noticed that they have a huge garden filled with different types of flowers, shrubbery and trees. So I decided, with the permission of their partner, to take photos of the garden and put it in a photo album as a gift.
"When I handed the photo album to the client they had a huge smile on their face and their partner cried from happiness."
Miss Solomon said she will be adding to the photo album with not only photos from his garden but other nature pictures in Orange.
Not only does she enjoy looking after the client's primary needs, she also works hard to make people happy.
"Every time I meet with a new or existing client I always go into the room with a smile on my face and a bow in my hair," she said.
"I want to make the client feel comfortable when they are around me."
She believes the work she delivers has significant value to not only her clients but also the community.
"I put myself in the client's shoes and how I would like to be treated by a carer," she said.
"I would like to let them know that when I work that they are valued and I value them.
"Especially during this time with the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of clients are feeling anxious because they can't be with their loved ones, so being compassionate towards their needs is a huge part of my job."
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