bedside champions are stand-in caregivers filling in for family
when help is needed with loved one - when travelling, in meetings, or living out of town.
With a bedside champion you can rest assured your loved ones are receiving the care they deserve when you can't be by their side.
A company that cares.. bedside champion™ by SYNER-G CARE
Sheryl Watt, founder of SYNER-G CARE inc., has acquired over 19 years experience caring for vulnerable persons including the elderly. After Sheryl invested hours as a caregiver without backup or relief, the idea of a bedside champion™ was born. She started recruiting staff to be her eyes, ears and voice when she was unavailable, and shortly realized she was not alone. Sheryl attended nursing school for two years, and when the program was discontinued, she provided full-time care to her father with increasingly more complex needs with his multiple health issues. She was spending up to 18 hours per day providing patient experience advocacy services for her Father in the hospital based on his unstable condition with multi-system issues that needed immediate care, but he was helpless based on his inability to reach the call bell or ask for help. This situation spawned the idea of the bedside champion™ by SYNER-G CARE business to provide support to vulnerable patients when family and friends aren’t able to provide 24/7
Sheryl Watt Chief Experience Officer and founder of SYNER-G CARE
communication between patients and the healthcare team. Nurses can’t provide one-on-one care to patients nor meet the patient’s individual needs at every moment, as they have a large caseload of patients. A patient experience advocate will voice their concerns during a patient emergency when appropriate and needed. SYNER-G CARE is a unique, one-of-a-kind business that bridges the gap between client and provider/facility, and advocates for the needs of clients, families and caregivers.
We look forward to helping improve your caregiving experience
Chief Experience Officer
“There are only four kinds of people in the world, those who have been caregivers, those who currently are caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.”
- Rosalynn Carter