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15 years Caregiver Experience taking care of male and female. Work experience Medical assistant, Phlebotomy and Hospice care. I have many video References. I love working as a caregiver it allows me to care for one person and give all my attention to that person. Alzheimer's, dementia and Hospice Assistance care. -Training: Become a caregiver, duties of a caregiver, ethic and professional rights, communicating with others, understanding clients rights, promoting client Independence, understanding elder abuse, human needs and development, body systems and the aging process, common chronic diseases in the Aging population, common communicable disease in the Aging population, handling difficult behaviors, Burns and poisons, heart attack and shock, choking and fall, stroke and wounds, other sudden emergencies, infection control, environmental hazard and safety, promoting and maintaining good mobility, nutrition and hydration, elimination and toileting.--- I have many Video References. ----- REFERENCE: I would highly recommend Rene for caregiver position he is all the things you would want in a caregiver intelligent, compassion, confident, kind and has total commitment to his client's well being. Hire him and you will be glad you did. ------REFERENCE: I Recommend Rene as a caregiver he took care of my father, he has experience and high quality of care, professional compassionate total commitment to his job. Carmela .--------REFERENCE: I strongly recommend Rene for the position of caregiver. He has total commitment to his clients. Victoria. ------REFERENCE: I recommend Rene he is a true professional caregiver. Mr Dasai Chino Hills-------------- American Red Cross-Adult CPR, AED and First Aid Certified. Meets OSHA requirements.
Yvette Vaughn Summary: I am Reliable Private Duty Caregiver who is very knowledgeable on handling a variety of emergency situations. Adept at meal preparation assisting in the maintenance of a household and developing a strong rapport with a client. Specializes in elderly and special needs patients. Core Qualifications Certified in first aid Certified in CPR Excellent cook that can adapt to any diet Dedicated to giving the best possible care Exceptional communication skills and able to use sign language Patient and caring person who is a reliable caregiver Experience Private Duty Caregiver Prepared meals for clients in their homes based on specific diets from doctors. Attended to any daily medical care that patients needed. Spent time with patients who were bed ridden to keep them smiling and content. Private Duty Caregiver7/1/2000 Made daily rounds to several homes of patients and administered daily care based on doctors' instructions. Assisted many patients in the maintenance and upkeep of their homes. Prepared meals either in advance in a company kitchen or at the patient's home depending on dietary needs. Private Duty Caregiver 6/7/1/2016 Responsible for performing routine medical instructions and any routine medical equipment maintenance at patients' homes. Assisted in carrying out basic medical procedures each day for patients based on medical instructions. Spent time cooking for patients and assisting in maintaining their homes. Education Associate's Degree - Chamberlain College of Nursing
Besides my experiences, I know that I am always a caregiver because I love helping people not only for my love ones but also to someone who is needing my help which I did as long as I could and I always do things from my heart. I mostly love being around with the elderly people because they inspires me in a lot of ways. And I choose to be a Caregiver for the elderly ones because of my parents..My Mother has Dementia and my Father is blind and bedridden for 3 years .We are poor and my role is the breadwinner of the family back home in the Philippines... I worked for an airline company based in Germany and I took the responsibility of taking care for their medications,doctors,food etc, And the only time that I will be able to physically take care of them is when I got my vacation which is not enough ..but I can't stay longer away from my job since nobody would take care for the rest of their needs. My father passed away in July 2010..I went home for his burial and stayed for another 5 weeks so I can take care of my Mother. 2 months later she also passed away. I lost my parents in the same year and that was one of the most difficult time I had...I knew that they will be gone one day because of their condition . But when it happened I felt the pain and emptiness of having no parents ...that one day I will come home without them. This is why I switched my career from airline job to nursing elderly people because doing this will give me the opportunity to continue caring for my beloved parents...They are my inspiration. And its a great pleasure for me to be given the chance to share my honest compassionate care to your love ones.