1)I have 18 years experience in Caregiving I have a bachelors degree in Doctor Oral Medicine, I am license and board passer as RDA in California, I am a certified and license in X-ray taken in College of Marin Kentfield, Ca
2) That I am the money maker in our house
I am hard worker, I got all the requirements, drug test, live scan, Current TB Test, All my STD blood test are negative, I am registered in California as Caregiver, I have the 10 hrs. Training required by the state of California which is 92% and also 5 hrs training in Caregiving required also by the State of California the score is 100%
3) All that I have mentioned above ....I HAVE ALL THE COPIES IN ME CELL PHONE I CAN EMAIL IT OR TEXT IT
4) I am a US Citizen
I am a RN who has been caring for my father since diagnosed with kidney cancer after battling bladder cancer two years ago. Through this caretaker position I have gained experience working with physicians/nurses/healthcare workers, learning how to organize/prioritize tasks surrounding his care and therapeutically communicating with him and the family. My decision to enter the health care as a nurse came from caring for my mother who has battled cancer for the past 13 years, first breast cancer and then bone cancer. Being involved with her post-op mastectomy care, taking her to chemotherapy and radiation treatments and the aftercare of such treatments has given me an insight into oncology, medical-surgical, senior health, nutrition, and health teaching. I have recently completed a job on the Acute Rehab unit at CPMC Davies Hospital, caring for patients that suffer complex catastrophic injuries/illnesses, i.e. stroke, spinal cord/brain injuries, amputation, hip fracture, neurological disorders, Alzheimer’s, osteoarthritis. I have gained expertise in transfer techniques and bowel treatment programs as well as physical/occupational therapy and daily caretaking responsibilities including bathing, fall prevention, cleaning, meals, etc. I enjoy working as a nurse and caretaker because I love to help individuals progress whether that be through motivation or assistance in maintaining their dignity and ability to continue their activities of daily living (ADLs) as much as possible.