Care Companion in Manteca, CA 95336.
Looking for full or part-time work as a care companion.
Enhanced Background Check not run.
Enhanced Background Check(Not Run)
Basic Background Check Expired
Basic Background Check Expired 05/25/2016
Motor Vehicle Records Check not run.
Motor Vehicle Records Check(Not Run)
First Aid Training
First Aid Training
- Age 48
- 1 year paid experience
Last signed in: Yesterday
Home Care Rates $15 per hour
Cared for a senior for about 3 years. Her age was 92. I did not bathe but I did assist with transport, making sure meds were taken, keeping her company, minor housekeeping, some meals, etc. I even communicated with her doctor to make sure there were no issues with what she was telling him vs. what she should be doing for her health. She had a hearing impairment, arthritis, swollen ankles, and would get angry easily but overall was a sweet lady and we bonded. She became a friend. We ate meals together, went to garage sales, grocery store and I sure do miss her. There is something to be said for elderly wisdom and how they appreciate the smallest thought/action toward them.
Age Specific Experience
1 year paid experience
Experience with providing basic care services:
- Conversation and companionship
- Meal preparation
Availability & Job Preferences
Prefers to provide visiting care
- Short term (1 to 3 months)
- Temporary (4 to 12 months)
- Permanent (1 to 2 years)
- On call (as needed)
- Will consider either a part time or full time position
- Start date is flexible
My availability is valid through 5/22/16
- Open availability on weekdays (M-F)
Trustline is California's official background check for license-exempt child care providers (i.e. babysitters and nannies) and the only authorized screening program in California with access to fingerprint records at the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and access to the California Child Abuse Central Index. The Trustline registry toll-free telephone number is 1-800-822-8490.
Pursuant to Section 1596.859 of the Health and Safety Code, parents have the right to receive information regarding any substantiated or inconclusive complaint about licensed child care providers. That information is public and can be acquired by visiting the California Department of Social Services' Internet Web site at "www.ccld.ca.gov".