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Assisted Living House Manager/ Caregiver for 13years. Degree of Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy.Certified Medication Technician(CMT in the State of Maryland(transferable to VA). Completed trainings and CPR /First Aide.Provide Companionship and Assist the residents with their Activity of Daily Living(ADLS) meal preparation, bathing, grooming.Managing/Administer Medications.Assist patients who are bed bound and wheelchair bound, uses Hoyer lift if needed.Transfer patient from bed to wheelchair and wheelchair to bed.Looking for a live out job 5 days a week between Monday-Friday.With own transportation.Rate is negotiable depending on the care needs. Resides in Woodbridge VA Email: email@example.com. Tel# 443-635-6604
Hello, My name is Rhonda. I have been in the healthcare field for more then 20 years. I am a CNA/GNA certified by the Maryland State Board of Nursing and I am certified in CPR /First Aid. I enjoy working one on one with people in their homes. I am loyal, compassionate and trustworthy. I specialize in Dementia/Alzheimers care, wound care, medication management, Diabetes management, individuals with special needs, g-tube feedings/cleaning, coloscopy bags, hoyer lifts (manual and electric), showering, bathing, dressing, meal preparation, taking vitals. I am available for different shifts and am very flexible. If you are looking for a caring person to take care of and look after your loved one please consider me.
Hi, I have over 10+ years of experience as a HHA, PCA and CNA. I like assisting others who may not be able to do the things done previously. I possess a host of skills and can assist with all ADL; which include taking vital signs, B/P, TPR and Oxygen levels. I will also remind you to take your meds daily as prescribed by your physician. I am professional, get to work on time and responsible; I also get along well with others in all age groups. If there are abnormalities in daily care, will notify RN for further instructions.
I am always delighted to be around people, I am a caring, loving and joyful person. This goes to show how I have been in this profession for over 17 years. When I was a young woman I took care of my grandmother when my parents were not around for some time until she passed away. Having that experience showed me how excited I get when I am able to help make someone's life better. The thing I enjoy the most is when the people I am caring for share their personal experiences, personal background, and how they came about in their life. A personal achievement of mine that I am very proud of is when I cared for a family's loved one and they showed their appreciation towards me through a letter of appraisal when I finished working with them.
Caregiving with a Servant Heart: Impact... 21 years in management and leadership position representing agencies/companies within the private sector as well as county, state and federal agencies. Passionate in advocacy opportunities for diverse and vulnerable populations raising awareness and funding for supportive and safety net services within the Community and Political arena. Supervise, coach and manage over 200 employees. Plan and facilitate regular staff meetings. Provide oversight and assist with volunteer's management and training services. Work in collaboration with Human Services Department to implement social services wrap around program for diverse and vulnerable population. Plan and execute annual cultural competencies, diversity awareness event and trainings for 13 buildings to facilitate community development and clients' empowerment. Oversight of the Criminal Justice Imitative Co-Star program with Plymouth Housing Group. Ongoing collaboration with stakeholders including mental health agencies, multi county jail systems, municipal and superior court systems, and City Council and other ancillary service providers. Development, implementation, coordination and management of residential facilities, waiver, Medicaid, housings for people with Intellectual Disabilities, Chemical Dependencies implementing Housing First, Harm Reduction living environments for men and women. Case Management services with diverse populations: Intellectual disabilities, homeless, mentally ill, substance abusers, disabled, elderly and those within the criminal justice system. Program oversight of local and state funding. Hire, train and supervise; Case Managers, residential counselors. Work in liaison with Pierce/King /Thurston County, Seattle Housing Authority, Veterans Affairs and other Human Services Government Program. Utilization of engagement and counseling practices including but not limited to Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Care, and Multi-Systemic Treatment.
Growing up, every great grandparent, and grandparent on both sides of my family, suffered from the Alzheimer's gene. I watched and assisted with their care and witnessed their deterioration my entire childhood and adult life. Naturally, I sought genetic testing and learned I am a carrier of the gene. I am pursuing a career in medicine with a double major in Biology (for Pre-Med) and Neurosciences (studying regressive neurological diseases and mental disorders). I am also a mom of 2. I enjoy providing companionship care and have extensive experience (both personal and professional) and knowledge of senior care and dementia/Alzheimer's. I provide the same care to families that I would give to my own. I'm a driven, passionate person who enjoys reading, outdoor activities of any kind, and am an avid believer that anything is possible if we set out to achieve it. I hope that I can give your family peace of mind and comfort your loved ones in their time of need.
I'm a wife, mother and grandmother, and I've always loved the need to care for others. I'm a very patient, compassionate, caring and loving individual. I feel my passion for others is definitely my calling, which makes me a great caregiver that I am. That's the reason I chose to become a caregiver years ago.
There is a great joy helping someone who unable to fully car for him /herself nothing brings me happiness than making a difference in people life and helping someone who truly needs help. I love what I do and I hope god continues to keep me blessed and stay strong in caring for my patients
I have experience in every area; elderly, infant care, dementia, alzhemiers or just being a companion to the patient. I have worked in nursing homes, hospitals and in home care. I enjoy helping people and nursing is my calling; I have never had a patient that was glad to see me go, but always glad to see me come. I go above and beyond the call of duty. My main concern is that the patient is safe and happy and comfortable. I have taken my clients to the movies, out to dinner, or breakfast or brunch, grocery shopping, out of town to Chicago, Arizona, Pittsburgh, The Hamptons, New York Manhattan. I have taken my client to bingo, museums, to the hairdresser or whatever there heart desired. There's nothing I wouldn't do to keep them happy as long as it is safe and appropriate . I am your nurse that is very energetic and always thinking of how I can make a situation better. I am punctual and enjoy nursing. My last client I was with her for 5 years in Washington DC across from the Watergate/Kennedy Center. I dont have a problem with commuting to any job. I have traveled an hour or more away from home and im always on time. I have very very good references to share with you.
What makes me a great caregiver is the heart that I was blessed with. I use to wonder what my purpose here was but I know what it is. It's to be a blessing in the life of others. I take pride in the care I give and treat each person as if they were my loved one. Not only do I do my very best to take care of each individual that I care for I make them as comfortable with me as I possibly can and also there family. The last case I had I was introduced to a doctor who needed care for her mom. They instantly fell in love with me and treated me not just as a caregiver but family. After the passing of her mom still today the doctor and I communicate at least twice a week and she stills tells me 6 months after her mom passed how much she appreciated the care I gave her mom and how much her mom loved me.
I been in the nursing field for 18+ years as a Certified Nursing Assistant, Geriatric Nursing Assistant and 9 years as a Certified Medicine Aide. Love working with seniors, team work is a +. I like caring for others and making them smile. I became a caregiver when I had to take care of my grandmother and decided that I wanted to be able to take care of others. Becoming a Certified Medicine Aide was something that I achieve and am very proud of myself. Unable to change my # on profile page my new # is 2404580841 Thank you.