Nanny in Oakville
I'm ADELINE F. BAMBA, 37y/o female from the Philippines and presently residing in Brantford, Ontario. I'm a graduate in Bachelor of Science in Nursing in Misamis University Ozamis City Mindanao Philippines on March 2004 and became a Registered Nurse in the Philippines on June 2004. I'm also a graduate in Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in Liceo de Cagayan University Cagayan de Oro City Mindanao, Philippines on October 1990. I finished Certificate in Computer Programming in Systems Technology Institute in Cagayan de Oro City Mindanao Philippines as my vocational short term course. I'm currently employed as a live-in caregiver to an 80 year old female with dementia from June, 2015. I have been working in the Department of Education as a school nurse since June 2005 to May 2015. I have worked in Maranding Community Hospital as a staff nurse in April 2004 to June 2005 and a part time clinical instructor in the same inclusive dates. I'm an assessor for the National Certificate in Caregiving II of Technical Development and Skills Development (TESDA) in the Philippines. My employer will release me now, for my elderly has been in the retirement home now after being brought in the hospital for the progression of her medical condition. Should an interview is needed, i'm willing to find time for it or please call in in my mobile phone number after my working hours.
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Recommendations for Adeline B
I sponsored Adeline Bamba as a live-in caregiver for my mother, who has Alzheimer's. Adeline Bamba is hardworking, intelligent, dedicated and pays attention to small details to make sure those in her care are looked after properly. Adeline has a very pleasant and cheerful personality and my mother bonded with her very quickly. Another wonderful quality that Adeline has is that she is extremely thrifty. She cut my mother's hair (beautifully) and looked after her nail care, which was very nice. We had been sending her to the hair salon and nail spa but with Adeline looking after this we no longer needed to. She is careful in her grocery choices (looking for good value and good nutrition) and is also a good cook and prepares nutritious meals. I point this out because Adeline is not our first caregiver but she was by far the most thrifty. Adeline was also very good company for Mom, taking her out on walks when the weather permitted or putting on music so she and Mom could "dance" as exercise when it rained, or going to the mall to do mall walking. I only wish Mom could still be at home and Adeline could still be with us. Unfortunately, my mother's Alzheimer's progressed to the point that she had to be institutionalized.(She can no longer walk and requires two attendants and a hoist to get her from bed to wheelchair) This was devastating for us, not only for Mom's sake but because we had to give up such a wonderful employee. On a personal note, my mother and I have come to love and respect Adeline and we hope that she will find a family who will respect and appreciate her not only for her skills but as a valued individual.