Bishop Care

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In the Bishop area, there are 198 families seeking care—and 22 care options!

What's happening in Bishop

Caregivers who recently joined:

Jack Of All Trades
Hello there, my name is Jack Estes. I have 8 years experience in patient care, in-home and clinical. I started as a caregiver then became a patient care tech. But after some medical issues of my own I've returned to caregiving. I've worked with geriatric, pediatric, bariatric, alzheimers and dementia, pre and post-OP, temporary and permanently disabled, physically and mentally challenged, blind, deaf and non-verbal patients, just to name a few. Also I can provide transportation and help with hospice care. And I've had extensive experience with epileptic and seizure prone patients. And it I don't mind doing the grunt work either. Need the house cleaned or dinner made? I'm your man. Good game of chess or an intelligent conversation without looking at my smartphone constantly? Look no further. I see PEOPLE, not patients. I've had several hospital stays all through my life and know what it's like to be the one getting cared for. So forget the Aces, its better to have a Jack up your sleeve.
8 yrs of exp.
Sara C, Kingsville TX
Hi I'm Sara! I have been working with children for as long as I can remember. I have worked with children from ages 2-12+. I worked for an after school program for about 5 years, dealing with pre-K-junior high kids. So I have tons of experience with children. I am willing to help nurture, engage and teach a child in any way I possibly can, while also having fun
8 yrs of exp.

New jobs posted by families:

About the care needs: Changing at night time Services needed include: feeding, bathing / dressing, and mobility assistance.
time Full Time
Starts 06/29
About who needs care: Mama had a stroke and is bedridden. She can get up with assistance. She is a diabetic and had a heart. She does have cats in the house. About the care needs: We are looking for someone who can come in the morning to change her diaper and give her breakfast. Then to come out about 2 p.m. to give her lunch and change her diaper and give her a big lunch and a snack that she can eat around 5 and then a light dinner around 8:30 and change her diaper. They will need to make sure she has her bottle of water filled, her lemonade cup filled and coffee in the morning and maybe something else if she requests. Services needed include: feeding, and bathing / dressing.
time Full Time
Starts 06/13
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