We’ve talked a lot this year about the Heritage Christian difference and about how our compassionate culture influences the way we serve. Now, we’d like you to hear from someone who understands the importance of relationships and living out our values: Jennifer Clark, manager at the home on Five Mile Line.
Part of the way I choose to express myself as a person is through my tattoos. I have five and each one holds special meaning to me. They represent love, loss and my dreams. They show the world a bit about who I am. I have always understood however that when I am at work it is my job to help the people I support to shine, be who they are as individuals and be the focus of whatever activity, appointment or outing I am supporting them on. In order to do this effectively I need to blend into the background, be unnoticed if at all possible. If I cannot go unnoticed then I at the very least want to be noticed for my professionalism.
|One of Jennifer Clark's tattoos is a Claddagh. One hand represents her, while the other represents her brother. The heart symbolizes the love they share, and the crown means they will always be loyal to that love.|