Kilida H.

$11.00 / hr

The reason I became a caregiver because I feel like it was my mission from God to help those who are in need in which I enjoy. I love the companionship and wisdom that the elderly share in the time that you become acquainted with them. I believe that one personal achievement that I have accomplished was being able to help someone who was in need and feel good in the process because we never know when we too may need help in life. I also have gained knowledge in learning how to adequately care for different types of patient while working for over 14 years in healthcare. I have a special needs child who a lso desire care from time to time and I would expect the same care for her that I initially give to others. I enjoy what I do and will continue to help those that are helpless and need the proper care until my days here on earth are over. ... more

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Work
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Agape Hospice

Feb 2014 - Sep 2014

Provide adequate care for patients with a decline in health status including bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring, comforting, feeding, and making life more enjoyable through various activities.

CNA

Palmetto Health

Feb 2013 - Mar 2014

Provide adequate care to patients in an acute care setting including bathing, repositioning, transferring, feeding, comforting, vitals, documenting

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CNA

Healthsouth Rehabilitation

Jun 2009 - Jan 2012

Responsible for providing care for residents in rehab setting aiding in transferring, vitals, repositioning, documenting, redirection, feeding, bathing, grooming, reporting findings to higher management.

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CNA

Three Rivers Behavioral Health

Jun 2006 - Jan 2009

Provide care and redirection for patients with behaviour issues including helping with bathing, feeding, dressing/grooming, repositioning, vitals, documenting, and comforting as needed

Certifications / Licenses
certification

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Education
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Healthcare Administration

2011 - 2014 Clinton IA