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I train at the greater Kansas city dog Training club in Raytown. I also have worked at dog daycares. Done kennel and help. I can handle little and big dogs. Good with puppies. I teach pup class and obedience classes. I also mentor under a animal behaviorist.
0 yrs of exp.
I've owned pets my whole life, currently call two cute cats my fur babies! I'm a huge lover of cats and dogs! Happy to come let your dogs out, take them for a walk, give your cats a little love and play time and snuggle 'em. I'm a recruiter by day and am doing this side gig to save up for a home purchase!
1 yr of exp.
Dedicated Mom
I have been a single mother for 10 years and very dedicated to the development of my son in school and in every day life. I work from home that allows me to make my own schedule and accomplish many tasks through out the day. I have also provided care to my neighbors children and my son at the same time. I have a dog that I walk everyday and take out and feed 2 of my neighbors dogs. My attention to detail, multitasking and dedicated attitude all me to succeed with everything I do.
10 yrs of exp.

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Looking for a part time nanny that can take care of a newborn at least 2 to 3 days during the week. My expected due date is late December, so the original start date varies. I have selected March as a start date because I return to work in April. My husband and I need someone during the week days, and they must be willing to commute to our home. We are really not picky about the days that are being worked during the week. We are looking for someone with a few years of experience working with infants, and they must be comfortable with a large breed dog. I would like for whoever we decide to work with have a fondness for children, experience with child development, provide a safe and nurturing environment, must be reliable and trustworthy, and has great communication skills.
time Part Time
Starts 03/02
Transportation Required
We are looking for a great nanny for 1 child in Kansas City. We would prefer someone who could help out with light housekeeping. We would prefer a nanny who has their own car, who does not smoke, who is willing to drive children, who is comfortable with pets and who is CPR certified.
time Part Time
Starts 01/27
Transportation Required

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NOW SEEKING a PRN Direct Support Professional for an adult man with developmental disabilities in the Kansas City area! As a Direct Support Professional for an adult with disabilities, it's more than just a job, it's a rewarding job built on a friendship and a caring relationship between two people - one person with special needs, the other providing care and support. As a PRN DSP for RHD Missouri's Residential Program, you will help someone reach their goals and make a meaningful positive impact on their life. As a caregiver, you will build a close relationship that is mutually beneficial to both you and the client. Direct Support Professionals are people who work directly with people with physical disabilities and/or intellectual disabilities with the aim of assisting the individual to become integrated into his/her community or the least restrictive environment. "PRN" is Latin for "pro re nata" meaning as the situation demands or as needed. The clients the RHD Missouri Residential Program supports are primarily supported by their companion staff or host family. The PRN DSP's fill in shifts to care for the client on an as needed basis. At this time, we are seeking a PRN DSP caregiver for an adult male individual during the hours of 4PM to 9PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Some of those shifts will include picking the individual up from his place of employment. PRN DSP JOB DUTIES - Provide companionship/friendship/mentorship to the person supported as a positive role model. - Provide support and assistance to the person with daily needs including but not limited to: - Personal Hygiene of a neat and clean appearance. - Medication administration. - Meal preparation. - Housekeeping to maintain a clean and safe home. - Budgeting household supply and grocery purchases, as well as maintaining inventory of household resources including possessions (monetary and others). - Helping the person you are supporting pursue community based interests including social, recreational, and leisure opportunities, including providing transportation. - Complete documentation in compliance with deadlines and policies. - Schedule and attend doctors appointments with the person supported and provide support in reporting any health concerns or changes to physicians and to RHD Missouri. - Honor choices and preferences as identified in the person's Individual Support Plan. - Implement treatment protocols according to the person's Individual Support as necessary.
time Part Time
Starts 10/17
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