Claudia B.
1 Review
ononononon

$25.00 / hr

Why a caregiver it has always been in the family the nourishment and ability to help each other. I enjoy how my clients share their life history it means we have bonded in a personal way he or she is willing to give information that is usually meant for their family. Personal achievement to be proud of there are many I am proud of overcome any difficulties life put on our path. Life is a rollercoaster we all have difficulties that is the ride going up, we have our scary moments those are the turns/twists on a ride and the fun is the flat area toward the end when everything seems to be going our way.

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MEA

SFDPH

Apr 2019 - Present

Medical Assistant duties room patient, take vitals, draw blood, give immunization ( shots), referrals, make phone calls, assist the doctor and work as a team with all the Clinic staff.

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CNA

San Francisco Campus Jewish Living

Aug 2018 - Present

On Call CNA Geriatric Setting. CNA duties ADLs, feeding, transfers, reposition, bathroom assist, showers, dressing, toileting, use of walkers, wheelchairs, hoyer lift, assure resident/patient are safe in a healthy setting

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Home Health Aide

Self Contracted

Jan 2012 - Present

Patient care ADLs, companionship, walking, transferring, all duties that the client would need all depends on client health needs. Some Client are short term.

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Medical Examiner

Self Contracted

Jan 2000 - Present

On call medical exam for insurance companies duties ask the insurance questionnaire, vitals, height/weight, draw blood, collect urine, prepare the species for send out, submit paper and speceim to the lab.

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CNA

Agency

Aug 1992 - Sep 2018

CNA duties have worked with different Agency as Home Health Aide and CNA from new born to geriatric, Psyc Unit (sitter) one on one care, Hospice worked all Units sent to different hospitals throughout the City. Duties patients care, vitals, ADLs and what ever the United requirements are for the the patient safety and healing process.

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CPT1, Unit Clerk, PCA

UCSF

Oct 2000 - Mar 2007

CPT1 I was in the EKG- Phlebotomy Team duties draw blood and preform EKG to the in house patients, Unit Clerk for 5 North and Pediatric Unit clerical work. PCA same as CNA patient care all depends on the Unit mostly vitals, repositioning, transferring, bathing, feeding, making beds, measuring, sometimes as a sitter one on one with the patient.

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CNA

San Francisco Community Convalescence Hospital

Jun 1992 - Feb 1998

CNA duties at a geriatric setting transferring, bathing, ADLs, repositioning, vitals, weights, feeding, making beds, assist the nurses/PT/OT with patients, make a safe and healthy environment for the patients we had all aspects of Dementia, Parkinson, Stokes, hip surgery and other health conditions the patients had.

Certifications / Licenses
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Home Health Aide (HHA)

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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Education
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Bryman Collage

Medical Assistant

1993 - 1994

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Arriba Juntos

CNA

1991 - 1992

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CareAcademy courses on CareLinx

Mar 2020: Managing Job-Related Stress

Mar 2020: Managing Respiratory Diseases

Mar 2020: Non-Drug Pain Management

Apr 2020: Overview of Arthritis Care

Apr 2020: Overview of Body Systems & Medical Terminology

Apr 2020: Observation, Reporting and Documentation: Part 3

Mar 2020: Obesity & Weight Management

Mar 2020: Overview of Anxiety Care

Mar 2020: Observation, Reporting and Documentation: Part 1

Mar 2020: Modifying Diets to Assist with Difficulty Chewing

Mar 2020: Observation, Reporting and Documentation: Part 2

Mar 2020: Being a Professional Caregiver on CareLinx

Mar 2020: Advanced Heart Disease Care

Mar 2020: Assisting with Activities & Recreational Therapy at Home

Mar 2020: Assisting with Bathing

Mar 2020: Assisting with Elimination Needs

Mar 2020: Assisting with Independent Living Through IADLs

Mar 2020: Assisting with Medication Self-Administration: Part 1

Mar 2020: Assisting with Medication Self-Administration: Part 2

Mar 2020: Assisting with Oral Hygiene

Mar 2020: Assisting with Personal Care Through ADLs

Mar 2020: Assisting with Range of Motion Exercises

Mar 2020: CareLinx 101

Mar 2020: Communicating with Older Adults

Mar 2020: Clients' Rights, HIPAA & Elder Abuse Prevention

Mar 2020: Communicating with a Person with Dementia

Mar 2020: Coping Skills for Caregivers

Mar 2020: COVID-19: A Guide for Direct Care Workers

Mar 2020: Emergency Procedures

Mar 2020: End of Life Dementia Care

Mar 2020: Gastrointestinal Issues: Heartburn, Constipation & Diarrhea

Mar 2020: Hiring & Communicating with Caregivers

Mar 2020: Improving Caregiver Empathy

Mar 2020: Introduction to Dementia Care

Mar 2020: Maintaining a Clean & Healthy Environment (Infection Control)

Mar 2020: Managing Agitation & Aggression in Dementia

Mar 2020: Light Housekeeping Techniques

Mar 2020: Managing Breathing Difficulties

Reviews and Recommendations
ononononon
Carmen N.
Apr 2020
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You are a wonderful addition to our family