Pam O.

$15.00 / hr

1. I became a care giver because I believe that an ill person deserves to live life to their full potential and deserves to be treated with the dignity they deserve. 2. I like being able to give my patient the best possible care they deserve. 3. My brother came down with myloid leukemia in January and died in May. I quit my job to become his caregiver in his last months of life and on his dying bed he said to me. "Pam you have a gift of giving to sick people. I would like for you to continue." Then he passed away and I began my career as a caregiver. 4. I am a mother of 3 boys and have 4 wond erful grandchildren and I hope that I can just give someone who needs a caregiver a little hope and happiness in their lives. ... more

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CNA

Tommy Mitchell- Private

Jun 2013 - Aug 2014

Alz and extreme parkinsons disease. Responsibilities included dressing, walking, showering, medications, shaving, hair cutting, dr. appointments and cooking and feeding and toileting.

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Regency of Puyallup

Apr 2009 - Jun 2013

Taking care of patients that were rehabilitating from open heart surgery, knee surgery, hip surgery, and also end of life.

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Pat Mitchell-Private

Jan 2009 - May 2009

Pat was diagnosed with Lukemia an only has a few months to live. He could not live alone so I moved in with him and did all cooking, cleaning, dr. appointments and basically was a friend in his last days.