I am a mother of four children and have been taking care of them since birth. My youngest son is a hearing-impaired child. In order to communicate with him, I studied basic American Sign Language. When I arrived in the United States, my first job was babysitting a 2-year-old baby girl I took care of her until I found a new job with the elderly care home. The care home was for people with special needs and developmental disabilities. I am compassionate taking care of these individuals because I always treat them as my own family.
I am at present working part time as Child caregiver (3 days in a week) at Penleigh Child Development Center.
University Of San Jose
Graduate Degree in Office Management
Associate's in Early Childhood Education
Sign Language (ASL),
Sign Language (SEE Sign),
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