Except that (if the speaker, referred to as "me" is feminine) the past participle would be "aidée" and not "aidee". Agreement between the past participle and the direct object is required for verbs conjugated with avoir when the direct object is before the verb (as it is here). So if the speaker (i.e., the direct object, "me") is masculine, the sentence would use "aidé; if the speaker is feminine, the sentence would use "aidée".
Sorry, the object must be placed before the conjugated verb, in this case it is the auxiliary verb. http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/objectpronouns_2.htm