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Please read my experience and skills. The hourly or daily rate is competitive with the rates charged by the Home care agencies and depends on the level of care and also the amount of hours of service. I offer you experience, competence, compassion and professionalism. Coming to work every day with a smile on my face I will always take care of you or your beloved ones the same way I would like to have someone taking care of my parents. Here's few things about me, my experience and services I can provide: I've been a professional caregiver for more than 11 years. I started in Adult Family Homes then i moved into the home care agencies and one to one care. For the last 9 years I've been working only independently in private homes hired privately by families. Few of my experiences are : ALS, MS, Parkinson, Dementia, Hoyer lift experience, colostomy bag, tube feeding, bathing and dressing assistance, driving safely for appointments and more. I am competent and i have the necessary experience to provide your beloved once with the best care, respect and dignity they deserve. Detail oriented, i will always strive to learn and to do things the way you are accustomed to! For me the most important is to safely do the things YOUR WAY and assist you the best of my abilities. If i believe that something or a way we are doing things isn't safe enough i won't hesitate to explain you why and ask for your opinion. Good cooking skills, and i can follow directions and instructions when given. Fluent and clear in English. Feel free to call, text or email me with any questions you might have, or to setup an in person short interview. I will be happy and honored to provide you few of my recent work references. I'm looking forward to speaking with you. Sincerely, Constantin M.

Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

I would be a great addition to your care team. I have a lot of experience with caregiving, nannying, and customer service. In 2010, I assisted a woman (52) who was thought to have epilepsy, and later was diagnosed with brain cancer. I worked with her and her family on and off for about two years. Prior to and following that experience, I nannied for various families, with various ages and numbers of children, some of whom had disabilities. Currently, I am a caregiver for a male (36) quadriplegic and a female (24) with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 2. I also have experience working for a female (24) who suffered a traumatic brain injury, and a male (60) brain cancer patient who suffered a stroke as a complication. I have been caregiving for over 5 years now. I have plans to begin nursing school in 2017 and am currently finishing up my last pre-requisites. I am looking for a position where I can utilize my skills working closely with an individual, part time or a split shift schedule, which will give the opportunity to expand my experience, skills, and knowledge in an additional caregiving position. I am dependable, reliable, attentive, confident, organized, composed, committed, honest, trustworthy, detail oriented, responsible, respectful, mature, good at multi-tasking, and open to learning new things. I have excellent patience, communication, and quick learning skills as a result of working in different environments and with varying people. I have a flexible schedule and adapt well to different needs and requirements. I am well qualified with the diverse qualities I possess.

Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Home Care Aide (HCA), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Hi My name Is Jean and Im a CNA licensed in Washington. Also, I had my degree in Edmonds College Wa (AA Certificate) in a pre-nursing requirement classes. So far, I've been doing a caregiving job for seniors , provides care one on one in which I enjoyed to do. I have been working with seniors with different kind of illnesses for 10+ years experienced. I loved my job so much so I decided to pursued my dreams as a caregiver and furthermore took some classes and became a CNA. After that, I realized that after I became a Nurse Assistant it was not only about making money ,but the value of worked and effort you put in was rewarding than I thought before.To be able to help others at work ,respect patients privacy and dignity, safe environment and have a good communication has made a big difference in caregiving field where I worked. The knowledge of caregiving I had through intensive classes in the past was really helpful and made easier for me to use at my work. In addition, my experienced working with seniors has helped me to improved ones live not only in rehab facilities but in their home as well. I have all credential( skills/training/ certificate and resume) that are required in WA state. From this point, I believe families would have an idea what your love one will experience if we all come to decision of caregiving job with me. If there any changes that you would like to add as part of the care or activity please do so. Please tell me little more about him/her so I have an idea what Is suitable for patients in care. Thank you very much and God bless you! Sincerely, Jean P

Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)