Palm Coast Nursing Assistants

28 nursing assistants in Palm Coast, FL.
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Naomi M.|Palm Coast, FL

$10-30/hr 10 yrs exp 40 yrs old

Fun And Happy Caregiver

Avg response < 11 hrs
I really enjoy working with others and I treat my patients or my person I take care of the way I would like to be cared for. I feel that if someone is asking out for extra care or they need the extra care they deserve to be respected and treated 150%. I have been a nurse for over 10 years and have a lot of medical Experience taking care of general needs to having a trach with ventilator, feeding tubes, wounds, wheelchair bound, bedridden, ROM, and just caring and being a companion. I am a CPR/ACLS instructor and looking to fill in my schedule. I do like to work overnights and can do live in days as well. Thank you and take care. Naomi
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Reviewed by Shelby M. 5/5 stars
After hiring four CNA's over six weeks I found Naomi. She was such a blessing to our family. No words can describe how amazing she is. I paid her an extra 5.00 an hour on my own because we valued her so much. She is a nurse and so incredibly knowledgeable. She jumped right in to help with my grandmothers feeding tube, medications, and care. She was so friendly, kind to my grandmother and entire family, and always reliable. Unfortunately my grandmother became sick and passed, but during those hard days or hospice she was there to support me and my grandmother. I turned away the free hospice nurse to pay Naomi to care for my grandmother. She is an angel and I'll never be able to repay her for all of her assistance, kindness, and support during one of the hardest times. Trust me, you would be so lucky to have her in your house.
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Paula A.|Palm Coast, FL

$15-25/hr 10 yrs exp 66 yrs old

Full-Time And/Or Part-Time Senior Caregiver

Since March of 2014 I have been caring for a woman with brain cancer and dementia. My primary responsibilities are to ensure/maintain her quality of life, assist with feeding, report any new and/or ongoing behaviors to family members, accompany her to concerts, and activities. I had been employed as a live in/senior caretaker for an 84-year-old male. My responsibilities comprised of medication management, daily meal preparation, grocery shopping, laundry, light housekeeping, assisting with dressing and toileting. Prior to this arrangement, I worked with a local family for four years caring for their 90-year-old mother. She suffered from dementia and severe hearing loss. I prepared her meals, did the grocery shopping, laundry, and light housekeeping; as well as being a companion, weather permitting, we would go for walks, visit friends and have meals together. I enjoy caring for the elderly as it gives me a solid sense of accomplishment and knowing that I can be a positive influence in their life. My 86-year-old mother had been in a nursing home for some time and before that I had cared for her at home. I have to say that this experience has profoundly changed my perception of the elder population, in terms of what they need, and how difficult it is for family members who out of sheer financial necessity or physical limitations, are faced with the decision of placing their loved ones in a facility. Communication with family members, doctors, and staff is crucial to the well-being of one's parents, as well as the peace of mind that extends to the family.
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