My duties have consisted of running errands, providing assistance to and from doctor appointments, preparing and cooking meals, doing laundry, bathing and changing them, giving medications, and any other services needed of me. I am bilingual in Spanish and English. I am a very fast and dedicated learner.
As of 07/09/12 to 01/01/15
6am - 9am
9am - 12pm
12pm - 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm - 9pm
9pm - 12am
12am - 6am
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Emilia is available on short notice (Back-up Care)
Reviews & References
Average User Rating:Out of 1 Review
Trudy H. says:
Emilia was punctual and completed tasks as assigned. She was friendly to my grandmother. She worked M-F 7am-5pm (& paid 10 hours of time and a half) Over approximately 5 months, my 89 yo grandmother had 2 dementia episodes where she fired and told Emilia to get out (I brought flowers home for Emilia after the second episode). Grandmother can eat, use restroom, and change clothes by herself; at first she needed...
Emilia was punctual and completed tasks as assigned. She was friendly to my grandmother. She worked M-F 7am-5pm (& paid 10 hours of time and a half) Over approximately 5 months, my 89 yo grandmother had 2 dementia episodes where she fired and told Emilia to get out (I brought flowers home for Emilia after the second episode). Grandmother can eat, use restroom, and change clothes by herself; at first she needed assistance but had become more independent again.This job was to make sure meds were given, Grandma had meals/snacks, and Grandma's room/restroom/clothes were clean; that was it. Almost four weeks after the last dementia episode Emilia called, left a message, and said she could not take the stress and quit without notice or hints she was looking elsewhere. It was Sunday afternoon and I was expecting her Monday at 7 a.m.
Posted:07:08 PM, Jan 28, 2013
| Relationship:Emilia worked for Trudy
I was a very hard worker and after getting fired by your grandmother two times I could not risk getting fired a third time. So I had to make a hard decision and leave to look for another job because I couldn't afford to lose my job. I worked my last week and after getting a text from Mrs. Trudy stating she was going to mail me my last paycheck I have yet to receive my last paycheck.
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