George Louw

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George Louw qualified as a medial doctor but due to a progressing spastic paralysis he chose a career in Health Administration
George Louw qualified as a medial doctor but due to a progressing spastic paralysis he chose a career in Health Administration

A List of My Current Content.

Records 1 to 9 of 9
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2015 May/Jun Unsung Angels Be patient, learn to love, be kind, show compassion, your heart must be in the job… View Record
2015 Jan/Feb When Respect Flies Out the Window Modern society tends to think that respect is earned through achievement. This is wrong. View Record
2014 Nov/Dec Ida's Corner - Ag shame, you poor thing…doesn’t cut it When we look at one another we tend to compare the other person to ourselves. View Record
2014 Sep/Oct Ida's Corner - Caregiver Retention Caregivers who are acknowledged for the role they play, find self-esteem in what otherwise is a demanding, emotionally draining and often very lonely job. View Record
2014 Jul/Aug Ida's Corner - Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Conditions of Service, Contracts and Tax Relief The nature of work of a PCA is such that persons without the emotional fortitude and mental capacity to deal with the intensely personal and emotionally draining nature of the work, do not last. View Record
2014 May/Jun Caring for our champions Grace’s journey with our sporting teams started in 2007, with the wheelchair basketball team at the All Africa Games in Algeria View Record
2014 Mar/Apr Ida's Corner - Independent Living is an Oxymoron On Heritage Day last year, I was privileged to witness one of the most poignant displays of loving interdependence imaginable. View Record
2013 Nov/Dec Ida's Corner - Stress and Exhaustion A few editions ago, I wrote an article directed at employers about caring for their caregivers. View Record
2013 Mar/Apr Together we can achieve anything "An amazing experience". View Record