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Inas S. - Seeking Work in Philadelphia
Inas S. - Seeking Work in Philadelphia

Inas a Nanny for Hire in Philadelphia, PA 19126

driver’s license
infant care
preschooler care
special needs
toddler care
grade-schooler care

Gender Female

Age 39

Experience 10+ years nanny 5 years babysitting

Skills Drivers License Swim

Can care for Disabilities Behavioral Issues Twins/Multiples Elderly

Availability Start Date Is Flexible

Position duration No Preference, Permanent / Full-time

Would prefer to Live-in

Preferred states CA,PA

I’m a nanny because Opportunity to help children develop and become an asset to society

My past childcare experience Good Day, I am available organized fun loving, playful, college educated nanny, caregiver, personal assistant. I enjoy reading to children, love Math & science. I play Games! & love exploring Parks! Recreation! Conversations! Crafty! And I love to cook (went to culinary school), SPECIALIZING IN HEALTHY MEAL PREPARATION!!! & love people of all ages. Excellent Organizer! Travel Expert! Bill organizer! Great Driver! The best Caregiver/ Chef you can get for this price. My parents had 4 biological children and adopted and or fostered a total of 13 children. I'm 2nd Eldest of 17. I would be a great addition to your family. I'm exactly who your looking for! Please shoot me an email and let's see how I can make your life easier :-) Inas

Additional comments Following the care plan as directed by supervising nurse. Assisting with bathing and grooming - This can include but is not limited to: shampooing hair, finger and toenail care, brushing teething, and shower assistance. Basic food preparation - From grocery shopping to actually preparing the food, it’s important to ensure the senior is displaying proper nutrition. Medication reminders - Caregivers must assure that medications are taken at the correct time as directed by the doctor. Light housekeeping – It’s important for caregivers to keep a safe and clean environment. Duties related to housekeeping will typically involve making the bed and and cleaning the bathroom and kitchen Transferring the client – This refers to transferring the client from chairs, from the toilet, from bed, and to and from a vehicle. Toileting – It’s important to assist with using the toilet to encourage comfort and prevent any infections Transportation – If a caregiver has a vehicle and a driver’s license, it’s likely they will help to take the elder around to doctor’s appointment and other activities. Monitoring changes in client’s health – When following the care plan, the supervising nurse will want to know if there are any changes in health that are concerning and that may need medical attention. Companionship – Possibly the most important of all caregiver duties, caregivers will be with the elder all day and it’s mutually beneficial if they enjoy each other’s company. It’s a very important part of a caregiver job!

Level of education College Degree

Languages English

Nationality American