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Bryan E.|Saint Johns, FL

$10-25/hr 10 yrs exp 44 yrs old

Ultimate Needs Assistant

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Hello, Looking forward to assisting! I have been in the medical field for 24 years caring for children, adults and seniors with wound care, catheters, dementia and mobility issues. I am a home health care provider with compassionate in home care as a professional member of the local community with personal connections that make a real difference for you and your loved one(s) to ensure I can provide the very best health care services, regardless of the level of care. From my initial free in-home consultation to your in-home health care services, I can provide exceptional support for you, your loved one, and your entire family. Together we will create a customized care plan that matches your family's needs, taking the time to understand your unique situation through a step-by-step process for the best quality of care. Level 2 Background Clearance, Clean Drug, Driving and Criminal History. AED/CPR/First Aid Certifications. References Available! Thanks for your consideration!
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Reviewed by Sham T. 5/5 stars
Bryan brought a lot of grace, care, professionalism and thoughtfulness to my father. We ultimately decided we couldn't hire him because my father got too sick and soon after, passed away. But the day with Bryan was one of the better days he had. Bryan is very reliable and knows how to help, and provided my father with the dignity he deserved. Thank you for that.
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Pamela C.|Jacksonville, FL

$15-25/hr 10 yrs exp 61 yrs old

Newborn Specialist

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About Me: I live in Mandarin, have been married for 30 years and home-schooled for 20 years. After our children graduated I decided to become a Nanny. I love caring for infants, and teaching children using fun play and creativity. My real strength's are helping to schedule newborns, teaching and training little ones using a variety of reading, talking, sights, and sounds and using classical music. Our children began music lessons at a very early age, and now as young adults they are so glad they did. I can also teach beginning Suzuki violin. I have kept all of my home-schooling learning toys and educational materials to engage little minds and keep them entertained. Even if your child is an infant they are never too young to be learning about the world around them. A great benefit of reading to them at an early age is the difference it makes when they begin to talk and then go on to read. Several years ago I worked in the NICU at four local hospitals. As an area director, my duties were to hire, train, and to have top security clearance into the NICU to photograph premature newborns. I personally dressed and photographed over 1,500 babies. I thoroughly enjoyed my work. Presently, I am on the board of our churches Home-school Association. I have grown up in Jacksonville and live with my husband, our two grown children, three chihuahua's and a schnauzer. Please feel free read my profile to see if I might be a good fit for your family. I am also available for preliminary phone interviews to see if we are a good match. Thank you, and I look forward to speaking with you. What is a Newborn Specialist? Commonly known as baby nurse, a newborn specialist is a person who takes care of the baby during the critical first months of its birth. A newborn specialist provides his/her professional assistance at the baby's house. Responsibilities: * To feed, dress, and to bathe the infant. * To wash, clean, and sterilize the feeding bottles. * To change the baby's diapers, and maintain hygiene. * To provide proper and adequate meal to the baby. * To help the mother while breastfeeding if needed. * To care for the baby through the night, so that the parents can get some rest.
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Reviewed by Kelly B. 5/5 stars
Pam has been working with our two year old daughter for over a year now to help her overcome developmental delays. She is an absolutely wonderful fit to say the least! She is responsible, communicates very well with my husband and I, and is a tremendous advocate, mentor and teacher for our daughter. Pam 'thinks outside the box' to seek, try and find effective strategies to help best help our child overcome her developmental challenges. We are fortunate and grateful to have Pam on our team!!!
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FAQs for finding personal assistants in Saint Johns

In 2021, how much does it cost to hire a personal assistant in Saint Johns, FL?
The average rate for hiring a personal assistant in Saint Johns, FL on Care.com as of June, 2021 is $14.50 per hour. The cost may fluctuate depending on the type of service you need assistance with and how frequently.
How can I find a good personal assistant near me in Saint Johns?
Care.com has 10 personal assistants in Saint Johns, FL. To start the search process, you will first need to create an account by answering a few simple questions to find the personal assistant services that match your needs. You will then have the option to either post a job and receive applications from candidates, or search for personal assistants directly on the platform. You can filter results by distance from Saint Johns or hourly rate, and then compare the assistants' skills and services they offer. After selecting a few candidates, you can schedule interviews, check references and hire the personal assistant that best fits your needs.
What services can a personal assistant provide in Saint Johns?
Most personal assistants in Saint Johns, FL can help families with a combination of general errands, shopping, organizing events and managing a parent's schedule. Personal assistants typically do not provide child care services, but they can help by driving kids to and from school or other activities around Saint Johns. Additionally, some personal assistants are okay with performing pet care or even light housekeeping duties, but these duties are less common.