Cherry Hill Senior Care

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Linda S.|Cherry Hill, NJ

$20-30/hr 8 yrs exp

College Grad Seeking Part-time Position As Companion/caregiver.

Avg response < 15 hrs
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Hi! The holidays are right around the corner and I'm wishing everyone a happy time filled with lots of fun with loved ones and friends. My name is Linda, and I've been a CHHA-trained caregiver for eight years. I have a BS in Business Administration and a degree in Physical Medicine (exercise therapy). I have worked with all types of patients--dementia, diabetes, COPD, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer and stroke, to name just a few. My aim in working private duty is to allow a patient to stay at home as long as possible. However, if necessary, I do also work in facilities to enhance the care given to a loved one there. (Please check out my reviews.) I live in Cherry Hill and am seeking work in nearby areas such as Moorestown, Maple Shade, Haddonfield and Voorhees but will consider others as well. Contact me for availability and have a wonderful holiday and a Happy New Year!
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Reviewed by Daryll D. 5/5 stars
Linda has been more then we could have anticipated. My aunt who is currently under her care is completely delighted with Linda as am I. I tell ya, my aunt doesn't really like people so I was very pleased when they met. Caring is one of the many positive adjectives that I could use, but for a Care Giver. That is #1. Linda thanks for bringing a very positive light in my aunts life. Heaven Sent would a great description as well. Thanks for everything so far...
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Socorro C.|Cherry Hill, NJ

$10-20/hr 6 yrs exp 71 yrs old

Patient, Caring And Experienced Senior Caregiver

I have several years experience caring for seniors and seniors with Alzheimer's disease and disability. This experience included taking care of my mother in the Philippines as she aged until she passed away when she was 105 years old. Here in the United States, I recently took care of a 91-year-old lady who has Alzheimer's disease. I took care of her for almost 2 years until her family decided to take her to the senior care hospice because her Dementia got worst. While I was caring for her, I prepared and cooked her meals, assisted her in bathing, toileting, grooming, oral hygiene, foot and nail care, managing a range of motion exercise and ambulation. I assisted her with feeding, and administered her medication. I am very familiar with the needs of the elderly and disabled. I am very thorough in attending to her special needs. I am kindhearted, patient and compassionate. I provide her with companionship. I also do some light housework like cleaning her room. I assist her with all the things she cannot do by herself. I walk with her outside if the weather permits. We often watch the television together, reminisce memories when she was younger tell stories, and sing together. At present, I am taking care of a 75-year-old lady who is unable to walk and had to be pushed around with the aid of a wheel chair. I drive her to her doctor's appointment, take her to the grocery and to malls. I cook and prepare her mails, assist her with feeding and daily bathroom activities. I help her dress up. I do some light housework like cleaning her room. Her family is planning to take her to an assisted living so I am now looking for my next senior care job. I am a trained Home Health Aide, and at present, I am waiting for my license as a Certified Home Health Aide.
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