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Mary Taylor
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over 6 months ago

Be patient and caring and be there for your client. #caregiver

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Vanessa Whelan
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over 6 months ago

I’m Vanessa , a 40yo RN / Geriatric nurse ( specialized in Alzheimer’s/ Dementia and numerous other areas in medical field . I was born and raised in Germany and moved to TN 13 years ago . All together I have 8 years of medical school ( all in Germany ) moving to the states I realized I had to do schooling all over again . And this time I have used all my savings for the big move and application for my greencard . So started out cleaning houses . After that I started taking care of elderly people mainly w/ Alzheimer’s dementia but can work in all directions in this field . Bed wound care , upper respiratory ( changing Tubus/ trachs - breathing machines etc ) I have been self employed for the past 5 years. I am fluent in English and German . Also open for translating jobs , teaching etc #translater #caregiver #nurse #geriatricnurse

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Amy Gabron
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over 6 months ago

I'm currently a UBER driver & I love it, but would like sumthing a little bit more stable... I'm in Las Vegas... #driver #lasvegas #remote #workfromhome #caregiver

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Anna Lockard
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over 6 months ago

As a caregiver #healthcare #caregiver I’ve never seen such ignorance #aboutmyjob in my life. Other care Staff are rude to the residents but come at me over a forgot trash can? Care staff manager flat refusing to help a resident?!!

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Sthephania Arce
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over 6 months ago

Hello, I am a certified home caregiver and I´m looking for a CNA job in San Diego. I have a lifetime of experience working with seniors. #jobsearch #caregiver #cnajobs

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Searching for Data entry position, with training.

Yes, you can. You may need some education in CNA training. Does not take long, I think a few months here in Texas. I'm not sure about certification elsewhere. Wishing you the best of luck.

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Jennifer Gardner
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Yes you can,but each State pay is not the same, just don't come to Florida to work as a CNA you will be over work and under pay, because they don't appreciate CNA and the hard work we do in this State.

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Melissa Hoover
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Christy G
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Elementary Teacher at Fideles Christian School

It varies by state I'm sure but I have worked for 4 different companies as a caregiver in Ne. The only training I had other then what the employer provided of how they want things done was family experiences. That is the big difference between a CNA and a caregiver, lower pay and not schooling required.

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Yvette Sparks
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U can go to a agency like help at home

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Rebecca Gail DeMoss
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over 6 months ago

Hiring a Caregiver. #caregiver If

Interested contact Me at: 270 836 4589, after 11:00 AM. #hiring

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cico leung
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over 6 months ago

Only need Working in Rowland Hights #caregiver

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