“When I reflect on my course in Morrison’s Island Campus I conclude that the experience not only made me a better care giver but also prepared me in unpredictable ways for my career. Before going to Morrison’s Island Campus to do healthcare assistant course I had done many other courses but unfortunately none of them was fruitful.
Some of the modules were very difficult but with incredibly supportive classmates, and teachers who were nothing short of champions, I was challenged to discover the talent for caring for people who need help with the activities of daily living which I didn’t know I had. That talent has played a central role in my work, as a carer. It is vital to thinking, to planning, to imagination, to communication, and to engagement.
Having been shaped in part by the collegial and creative, yet rigorous, environment at Morrison’s Island Campus I found myself able to communicate, innovate, and collaborate in ways that enabled me to build a successful career and eventually to find a rewarding career in a warm nursing home since March immediately after my work experience. In my current role as Healthcare Assistant, I work with the elderly people who need help with ADL and people living with dementia.
I am strengthened every day by the knowledge I developed during my time at Morrison’s Island Campus, which will forever continue to develop. It was a wonderful time in my life, and the best educational experience I’ve had. I will definitely recommend this course for people with a passion for caring for people who need help with ADL.”