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My name is Brenda young my goal is to help my client live out their life in the comfort of their own home ,being by their side ,given them tender loving care and the support to the very end of life. I have very good reference I will bring to interview ,I am willing to work 12 hr a day, Mon to Friday,live in is a option,mon to Thursday evening 12 hr days 15 a hr for the first 16 Hr, ,love the work I do and work hard for my client.my last 3 client I stay with until the end of life I am a team player, my last few client the doctor and the nurse practiced came to the home we work together as a team, my clients pass in the comfort of their own home , I work along with the hospice nurse as well , I've had a lot of great training, did womb charting all vital signs as well . I give all my very good Care as best as o can ,well,so far none of my client had to go into a nursin home when in my care. I have care for Parkinson's client, cancer client early dementia, MS client, congested hear failure client, and mush more,trained by the sister of st Joseph many year ago as a LPN-I am now a license CNA- med Tech-CPR Please call 240-277-0496. Ms young PS cannot work under 40 per week. Cost of living and to pay rent ,car note and other bills.Any hr less i would not be able to pay my monthly bills. For live in ,As long as I can get 7 hr rest at night liveing in was a better rate. For client who slep at night, but need full time care doing day time,but could not be left alone at night ,that work out for my client in the pass . I am flexible.
My personality traits are that I am personable, I have a sense of humor, I'm caring, loving, patient, compassionate. I am observant, and can tell when there is a change in the patient. I try to relate to the patient and the family and gain their trust. What attracted me to be a caregiver is that I like helping people who are in need. It gives me joy and fulfillment to know that I made a difference in someone's life. I became a caregiver to serve those in need. What I like about being a caregiver is that I get to give back to anyone in need. My personal achievement that I am proud of is becoming a Christian.
i naturally love helping anyone in need, i have a very high tolerance level, very patient, try to understand most times, self driven, good listener, reliable, good communicator, give respect, always give my best to my Seniors. This job gives me a sense of satisfaction, especially when i know i have done my part the way i am supposed to.
Hi there! My name is Mary Ann Rupli. I was born and raised in the Philippines. I am a Certified chef, Certified ServSafe food safety handler, and a Certified Home Health Aide. My desire to work with elders is driven by my enthusiastic nurturing inborn nature, compassion, and kindness. I believe in helping elders in maintaining their autonomy and independence for as long as possible. Provide care based on their retain abilities where they can thrive, live with dignity, and live a meaningful life, where their choices are honored and respected. Currently, I am studying in the University of Maryland, Baltimore County majoring in Management of Aging Services and Health Administration and Public Policy. I have care experience with short term memory loss and Congestive Heart Failure since 2012. Care involves activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, feeding, driving, grocery shopping, legs wrapping, cooking, reminding to take medication, and just simply going out for fun. Last 2015, I earned my Associate Degree in Culinary and Hospitality Supervision at Frederick Community College. If you need a companion that can cook a meal, and provide care, I am here. Feel free to send me a message. Sincerely, Mary Ann Rupli
I wanted to become a caregiver after my grandmother passed away from colon cancer. Watching the medical staff so involved in caring for my grandmother, and the relief my mom felt when she couldn't always be there, I knew I wanted to be apart of paying it forward to another family who might be going though a difficult time. Kindness goes such a long way. I always strive to make someone's day a little bit better.