Vanessa S.|Kirkland, WA
7 yrs exp
27 yrs old
Be Kind Always
Understanding life is really difficult. It's better not to understand it and let it come the way it has to. Words can not describe my experience of working with children with disabilities, as every day is a new learning and new memory. They are my family.
My Job responsible for Monitored behavior of children to ensure their safety, Kept records of children's behavior and progress, and provided updates to parents. Notified parents of any potential behavioral problems. Taught skills training as needed and requested by parents Organized schedules, developed routines, and taught good hygiene habits. my main responsibility of the caregiver is to provide assistance with medical, personal, and emotional needs. such as: Transferring from bed to wheelchair and other types of transfer, Bathing, Meal, Dressing, etc. my job can also provide the respite and emotional care for the parents and other family members who are involved in the care.
Reviewed by Dee R. Oct 2020 5/5 stars