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Margarett Crowley - One On One Companionship Resume Example

Aiden Jackson
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Professional Summary:
Patient oriented and compassionate with 12 years of experience dealing with elderly, bedridden patients, alzheimer  patients on one on one basis as well as working in Home Care Facilities. 
Skills:
  • Customer and Personal Service
  • Active Listening
  • Service Orientation
  • Social Perceptiveness
  • Monitoring
Experience:
One on One COMPANIONSHIP Jun 2014Mar 2015 Margarett Crowley EL DORADO HILLS, Ca
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Plan, purchase, prepare, or serve meals to patients or other family members, according to prescribed diets.
  • Accompany clients to doctors' offices or on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance, and companionship.
  • Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises or in the use of braces or artificial limbs.
  • Entertain, converse with, or read aloud to patients to keep them mentally healthy and alert.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies or running errands.
  • Perform housekeeping duties, such as cooking, cleaning, washing clothes or dishes, or running errands.
ONE ON ONE CAREGIVER Jan 2011Mar 2014 JOAN PETERSON CARLSBAD, CA
  • Administer bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Perform housekeeping duties, such as cooking, cleaning, washing clothes or dishes, or running errands.
  • Plan, shop for, or prepare nutritious meals or assist families in planning, shopping for, or preparing nutritious meals.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with supervisor or case manager.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse or aide, and ensure patients take their medicine.
  • Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, or automobiles and with dressing and grooming.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises or in the use of braces or artificial limbs.
  • Entertain, converse with, or read aloud to patients to keep them mentally healthy and alert.
  • Massage patients or apply preparations or treatments, such as liniment, alcohol rubs, or heat-lamp stimulation.
  • Change dressings.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, standing, walking, or exercising.
  • Observe or examine patients to detect symptoms that may require medical attention, such as bruises, open wounds, or blood in urine.
  • Remind patients to take medications or nutritional supplements.
  • Supply, collect, or empty bedpans.
  • Feed patients or assist patients to eat or drink.
  • Undress, wash, and dress patients who are unable to do so for themselves.
  • Prepare or serve food trays.
  • Clean and sanitize patient rooms, bathrooms, examination rooms, or other patient areas.
  • Monitor patients' fluid intake and output to detect emerging problems such as fluid and electrolyte imbalances.
  • Provide patients with assistance in bathing, dressing, or grooming, demonstrating these skills as necessary.
  • Restrain or aid patients as necessary to prevent injury.
  • Participate in recreational activities with patients, including card games, sports, or television viewing.
CAREGIVER for Alzheimer Patient Jan 2004Jun 2009 RALPH MORROW SAN DIEGO, CA
  • Turn or reposition bedridden patients.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, standing, walking, or exercising.
  • Measure and record food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output, reporting changes to medical or nursing staff.
  • Remind patients to take medications or nutritional supplements.
  • Exercise patients who are comatose, paralyzed, or have restricted mobility.
  • Supply, collect, or empty bedpans.
  • Feed patients or assist patients to eat or drink.
  • Lift or assist others to lift patients to move them on or off beds, examination tables, surgical tables, or stretchers.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Undress, wash, and dress patients who are unable to do so for themselves.
  • Prepare or serve food trays.
  • Clean and sanitize patient rooms, bathrooms, examination rooms, or other patient areas.
  • Wash, groom, shave, or drape patients to prepare them for surgery, treatment, or examination.
  • Change bed linens or make beds.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse or aide, and ensure patients take their medicine.
  • Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, or automobiles and with dressing and grooming.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Plan, purchase, prepare, or serve meals to patients or other family members, according to prescribed diets.
  • Accompany clients to doctors' offices or on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance, and companionship.
  • Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises or in the use of braces or artificial limbs.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as caring for infants, preparing healthy meals, living independently, or adapting to disability or illness.
  • Entertain, converse with, or read aloud to patients to keep them mentally healthy and alert.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies or running errands.
  • Massage patients or apply preparations or treatments, such as liniment, alcohol rubs, or heat-lamp stimulation.
  • Change dressings.
  • Transport or accompany clients to scheduled health appointments or referral sites.
  • Perform housekeeping duties, such as cooking, cleaning, washing clothes or dishes, or running errands.
Education:
High School Diploma : GENERAL STA FE HIGH SCHOOL ZAMBALES , PH
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Previous Companies:

  • Margarett Crowley
  • JOAN PETERSON
  • RALPH MORROW

Previous Job Positions:

  • One on One COMPANIONSHIP
  • ONE ON ONE CAREGIVER
  • CAREGIVER for Alzheimer Patient

Schools:

  • STA FE HIGH SCHOOL

Level of Education:

  • High School Diploma

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