I have experience caring for clients, starting with my own father in 2003.
So since then. Ive had experience with: ALS, Parkinson's, stroke victims, Alzheimer's and dementia, special needs, Diabetes, Parkinson's, mental illness, Hospice care, COPD, asthma, emphysema, and other lung conditions, Quadriplegics, paraplegics and Elder care etc. I am CPR/ First Aid trained. I have a clearance background check, Fingerprint card, current TB, have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. My job duties include but not limited to: assisting with daily living activities, transportation, housekeeping, meal preparation, medication management, walking and daily light exercise, engage in board games and memory books, companionship, going out to eat , etc. Other duties include a daily log of vitals and care notes, and reporting any significant changes of client. I am mature, patient, dependable, honest, and compassionate, and a good sense of humor, I have excellent critical thinking skills and emergency crisis skills, have excellent references, and passionate caring for others.
You wont be disappointed.
My name is Natalie Bruce. I'm 46 years old, happily married with no children( except two adorable mini poodles). I'm originally from New England and moved to Arizona 18 years ago. I would describe myself as being dependable, resourceful, kind and as having a very strong work ethic.
I am empathetic, honest, loyal and believe in the Golden Rule. I'm creative and artistic with three or four projects always in the works! Also, I have a fitness/post rehab therapy background and have been a nutritional counselor since 2002. As well as being a C.N.A./Med Tech, I've owned and operated a meal delivery service for people who have special dietary requirements or they want healthy, tasty meals in their fridge, ready to eat in minutes!
Being a caregiver has enabled me to assist many people and families at a time that can be extremely difficult. I enjoy having the opportunity to give my time and expertise, and helping to preserve a person's dignity when they may feel lost. Kindness and patience goes a long way here.