The most reason I become a Caregiver, because I grow up with my grandma, as part of our culture and custom, living in extended family. I get use to their personal needs and learn a lot from their knowledge and wisdom, which now a days new generation despise their precise deep experience in life. I'm proud to be a caregiver because its in my blood, living together with elderly under one roof. I do respect and adore them.
I worked as a caregiver for more than 15yrs. I can do most of everything like bathing, cleaning, hair done, medication, transferring, use hoyer lift and much more. I took care a wonderful elderly lady she was 113 years young. She passed away on the 29th of July 2015. I believe she is the oldest person in the Monterey Peninsula. I have the most experience from this gorgeous lovely lady. My name is Carmen Gonzalez have been a CNA/HHA for over 17 years I am a very good listener, I treat my clients with respect and dignity, iam very responsible for my job I think I am a great caregiver, why ? because I think I was born for these type of jobs, I love to take care of people who need care, I do have current CPR/First Aid
current TBtest, light housekeeping,and sanitation practices, skilled and knowledge to provide necessary resident care and supervision, including they ability to communicate and understand the pain a client must be going through, I provide all personel care, medication,supervice client to assure he/she be best of comfort Hi,
My yoga teacher name, since 1990, is Shankari. I no longer teach yoga, but can teach an interested person.
I have 17 years experience as a Physical Therapist and am going back to work after being retired for awhile, and my P.T. license has lapsed.
I have also worked as a Stress Management Specialist for the Dr. Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease Without Drugs or Surgery, teaching yoga and meditation twice per day at week-long retreats in Berkeley, CA.
I also took care of my 95 year old, frail, elderly mother who was completely incontinent and wheelchair bound for 9 months in 2015.
I am seeking a companion job with a developmentally disabled person, not a hands-on caregiver job. I would enjoy assisting an ambulatory adult or child with activities of daily living, going on outings, and playing games.
I am currently working for the Homeless Garden Project, an amazing organization that employs, trains, and helps find housing for homeless people in the Santa Cruz area.
I have a cute little 8 pound maltipoo doggie, very well-behaved, who is also available for fun and emotional support. Registered Nurse for 26 yrs- ER, Surgery, Hospice, Home Health, now retired.
Case manager for home care agencies for 7 yrs, I now offer private consultation as well as hands on care for Activities of Daily Living, Companionship, etc.
I am very familiar with elder care/memory care, Including but not limited to, Dementia/Alzheimer's.
I am also familiar with Parkinson's disease and medications.
Extensive experience with catheters, feeding tubes, Hoyer lifts, etc.
I have lots of experience with end of life care.
I can offer training/education to caregivers and/or family.
I can attend doctor appointments to keep Health Care Team and family informed.
I can handle medication administration, reminders, refills, etc.
I will monitor for medication efficacy/ overall condition and contact MD if any issues arise.
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email@example.com Hi,my name is Linna and I have been privileged to provide care for the elderly for 27 years.I started this humbling journey as a CNA in medical facility and have been able to branch out into other work environments.I have worked in medical facilities,hospitals,with agencies,and with families.This allowed me to gain various skills and gain a board perspective in care-giving situation and settings.I was able to learn,gain,and provide skills in alzheimer care,skilled living,mental health,assistant living,and private care duty.the most rewarding position is when I am to provide private care. I believe private care giving helps facilitate a one-on-one relationship,personally and professional,and I am able to utilize and mold my skills specifically to my client's need. this, I believe,provides the most optimal care for the client and their family,as much as experience and skills are important.the greatest factor in being a great care giver is providing patience,understanding,dedication,and compassion to their client and family.I believe finding the right caregiver for you or you love one is significant and I hope we can be a good fit. CNA certified.