Wagga's Keteh Conteh assists some of the Riverina's most vulnerable people to live in their own homes.
She is one of many carers working hard across the region to ensure their clients' lives feel as normal and complete as possible despite the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
That's why Wagga's Integratedliving is asking the community to get involved in its campaign 'Wave of Thanks' - to recognise the enormous effort care workers have put in over the last two months.
People are encouraged to wave when they see a branded car or a care worker.
Alternatively, people can record a video of themselves waving and post it on social media using the hashtag #waveofthanks.
Integratedliving CEO Catherine Daley said it had been a humbling experience to see the "organisation pull together".
"We're really focusing on the safety of our staff and clients and the continuity of support for our clients," Ms Daley said.
"So it's just pride I guess, and really wanting to acknowledge and thank people. It's just so well deserved ... acknowledging that people have given 110 percent."
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Ms Daley said staff had been working to reassure clients who were concerned about their own safety due to the virus.
Carers, Ms Daley said, had fostered a "great sense of camaraderie and team spirit" despite the challenges posed by the virus.
Ms Conteh said hers was a rewarding line of work: "I like being around the elderly people, to help them with their needs. I like chatting with them too, they always have stuff to tell you."
The 'Wave of Thanks' will run until June 1.