Janis G.

$20.00 / hr

I have been a nurse for many years. I took care of my elderly parents for the past 7 years. They needed different levels of care from just monitoring their medications and going to dr visits with them to living with my mom and being her full time caregiver. I love older people and have a lot of patience. I loved being a caregiver on a one to one ratio and this is the best. I have experience with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. I have worked in the health care arena for 45+ years. I have clinical, managed care, and Home Health Care experience.

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Mrs. Mary Gain

Nov 2016 - Jul 2017

Caregiver. Duties included ADLs , cooking, shopping, house cleaning, medication, dr visits, transporting, bill paying, banking, managing healthcare.

Utilization Review Nurse

Clinical Specialties Inc

Feb 2013 - Jun 2014

Bridge between the insurance companies and Home Health Care companies to show medical necessity for authorization for home health care.

Account Executive

Intrepid USA Healthcare Svc

Feb 2010 - Jul 2011

My responsibilities included assessing new patients for needs for skilled home health care. Going in to the hospital and coordinating and arranging all the patients needs so they have a safe transition upon discharge to their homes. Also educating the patient and family about what they can expect from home health care.

Certifications / Licenses

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)


Willoughby Eastlake School of Practical Nursing


1969 - 1971


CareAcademy courses on CareLinx

Dec 2018: Being a Professional Caregiver on CareLinx

Dec 2018: CareLinx 101

Dec 2018: Clients' Rights, HIPAA & Elder Abuse Prevention

Dec 2018: Managing Breathing Difficulties

Dec 2018: Safety Precautions & Falls Prevention: Part 1

Dec 2018: Communicating With Older Adults