I have over 6 years of experience caring for children, and adults with disabilities, and many years outside of work, caring for children without disabilities. I am looking to assist temporarily, part-time, or full time. I have three children of my own ranging in age from 3-13. I am open most days and times and i have a van that would be able to transport to any fun activities, appointments, etc. as necessary. Clean background check, clean driving record, non smoker. Also have a lot of experience with pets as I use to foster and rescue so pets are just fine.
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Below is a list of prior job descriptions, prior training and qualifications:
*Experience assisting with everything from total care including gastric feeding tubes, and frequent epileptic
seizures, to mild autism and Prader Willi Syndrome. I have 3 children of my own ranging in ages from 3 to 13,
as well as multiple nephews, nieces, and friends of the families children that I frequently care for. Including a
nephew born with CHD.
*I started babysitting by the age of 11 for my neighbors twins.
*I have a years worth completed into a Registered Nursing Program, and am just 1 class shy of an Associate
Degree in School Age Education, that I was unable to complete, due to issues with my own childrens' childcare.
*I also have experience helping with online home schooling, and tutoring all the way up to and including at college level.
*Prior first aid, cpr, cna, and med tech trained. (would need to be re certified)
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