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In the Monterey area, there are 3,096 families seeking care—and 1,124 care options!

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Was A Caregiver For Doris D.
I've had over 15 years experience in care giving. I love being a companion to the elderly, the lonely or the dementia patient who just doesn't understand his or her life anymore.
$25-35/hr
10 yrs of exp.
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Fun, Adventurous Sitter!
I have experience life guarding for people of all ages, especially toddlers. I have also baby sat for kids ranging from the ages of 4 months - 8 years old! I love children, coloring, baking, cooking, and watching cartoons! I also am willing to help with school work and different learning exercises. I am also great with pets, but I am allergic to cats.
$13-18/hr
2 yrs of exp.
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Innovation Artist | Change Maker | Life Simpler
Positive and optimistic, I prioritize crafting simple stress-free environments. This is why I moved to Monterey and live with my 2 boys, our rabbit and my PTSD Service Dog. After years working inside government, I started a consulting company to work for government from the outside. While I grow my company, I want to use my creativity and organization skills to supplement my income and get to know my community. Peace, harmony and clarity emerge naturally from well-crafted environments. Intentionally organized spaces and streamlined processes increase efficiency and comfort, enhancing productivity and joy. This is my forte, and why I'm repeatedly told by family, friends and colleagues to "do this for a living." With unique vision, I'll assist with a range of tasks to simplify your life, such as manage paperwork mountains, pantry pile overs, research project contractors, sketch landscape/interior designs, develop budgets, chores, shopping, dog/kid/house-sitting, and more.
$30-50/hr
10 yrs of exp.

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Mother and Father need part time (weekend) caregiver. They are mobile but can use some assistance with mobility from time to time. They have a beautiful black Lab/Sheppard that needs walking too. Meal prep, light housekeeping, errands, etc. They don't need help bathing or dressing. My father needs someone to give him his meds, but my mother can handle her own meds.
time Part Time
Starts 10/25
$15-20/hr
Transportation Required
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Hi, I am looking for a responsible sitter who will be able to help watch and care for my 2 boys, ages 6 months and 3 years old (currently potty training). Helping with chores and meal prep is a plus. This will be helpful in that I'd be able to study and get my housework done.
time Part Time
Starts 10/21
$10-15/hr
Transportation Required

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JOB PURPOSE To provider compassionate care for Individuals with disabilities in their homes. The most common disabilities include: Autism, Downs Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. Responsibilities include attending to the child's basic self-help needs and other activities of daily living including interaction, socialization and continuation of usual daily routines which would ordinarily be performed by a family member. We are looking for people who will initiate and participate in learning as well as recreational activities; relieve family members from the constantly demanding responsibility of caring for the child in the home; all while providing a safe and caring environment. This is an ideal part time job for a student, or a second job candidate. You will work a minimum of 6 hours per week, with one to five families, as your schedules allows, to provide one-on-one Respite services in the child's home and/or the community. Flexible part time schedules available include after school, evenings and weekends. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES To provide a safe, nurturing, caring and friendly environment for the individual/consumer with physical, developmental and/or emotional disabilities. Assist with daily living needs, not limited to bathing and/or toileting, grooming/dressing, household chores, medications as directed, provide basic first aid and safety procedures Attend to individual/consumers basic self-help needs and other activities of daily living, including interaction, socialization, and continuation of usual daily routines, which would ordinarily be performed by a family member. Assist/relieve family members in maintaining the constant demanding responsibility of caring for the individual/consumer at home. Initiates and participates in, learning and recreational activities appropriate for the individual/consumer; remains on alert to alter activities as deemed necessary; provides encouragement and praise when appropriate Be able to engage a child in a manner appropriate to his or her skill level. Stays alert to signs of suspected child abuse and reports suspected cases in compliance with mandated reporting requirements. Ensures safety of the individual/consumer at all times; remains responsive to individual/consumer's needs. May escort without transporting in a vehicle driven by the respite provider the individual/consumer into the community: the park, movies or other activity appropriate for the individual/consumer. Understand and apply guidelines involved in the confidentiality of individual/consumer records notwithstanding any other provision of law. An In-Home Respite provider may perform gastrostomy care and feeding of individuals/consumers of Regional Centers after successful completion of training Understand and satisfactorily communicate both oral and written form and directions. Assist individual/consumer to reinforce and follow up on learning activities. Demonstrate an understanding, patient and receptive attitude toward individual/consumer. Meet requirements associated with the tasks outlined in the position description. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties. QUALIFICATIONS Must be 18 years old Completion of the 12th grade or the equivalent of a high school education Criminal record clearance- DOJ/FBI. CPR/First Aid certification requirements to remain current. Current Driver's License Regular certification of being Tuberculosis free. Ability to follow directions, policies and procedures of Central Coast Kids & Families. Ability to communicate effectively. Ability to secure the cooperation of both professional and non-professional persons. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with children, families, fellow employees and community members at large. Ability to manage time; be responsible, organized and reliable. Patience and flexibility with regards to handling people and situations. Ability to turn in documents, including time sheets, on time and/or required dates/deadlines. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Standing, Walking, Sitting, Bending/Stooping, Manual dexterity tasks, Climbing, Toileting, Reaching/Pulling
time Part Time
Starts 10/25
$10-15/hr
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