Sara M.|Shelton, WA
10 yrs exp
Responds within a few days
I started as a housekeeper and laundry in a large nursing home. Then as I was cleaning and bringing laundry to each resident's room. I really started to enjoy visiting each and every one of them. So about three months later, I became a CNA. I have worked in home and in large nursing homes. I was off from work for eight years with my baby's, but now thet are in school, so I m able to work. I just received my care-giving license, CPR first Aid, dementia and mental health training.
I am good in cooking and cleaning. I have my own transportation. I'm a really caring person and I put my heart into my work.