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Applied: 

8/19/2019 3:35 PM

8/19/2019 8:00 PM

Last Action: 

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Source: 

Indeed

Location: 

Damascus,OR, 97089

Recent Job Title: 

Lead caregiver

Recent Employer: 

Comforcare

Regarding Background: 

'I have been a caregiver and med tech for 4 years with lots of training in all areas of care giving and medication administration '

First Reference:

David Medrano - redacted

DM of Tacobell Sandy - Known for 2 year(s)

Second Reference:

Carlene Lodeski - redacted

AVP of Lawyers Title - Known for 1 year(s)

Third Reference:

Nurse Kim - redacted

RN of Prestige Senior Assisted Living - Known for 1 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Stephanie Gallo - 'mother' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

8/19/2019

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Regarding Availability: 

'I already work for comforcare, I started a year ago in June 2018'

Applicant's Story

Regarding your work experience, what's most appealing to you?

'The purpose of my work'

When do you know you've done a good job? 

'I feel it'

Why are you a caregiver... or want to become one?

'I am a caregiver because I have always had a passion for taking care of people, tending to peoples needs, and helping them accomplish their goals. It gives me so much joy putting a smile on peoples face and making their day better and go as smoothly as possible. I am a very compassionate, patient, reliable and kindhearted person and care giving has brought me more joy and fulfillment than any other job I have had. I grew up with my brother who has sensory processing disorder and is on the autism spectrum and have lived with my grandparents, helping all of these important people in my life made me realize what I could do to help someones else family member in need. '

Tell me of a time when you were there for someone who really needed you.

'A few years ago my family and I were getting on a plane to fly to Oregon with my brother who has sensory processing disorder and is on the autism spectrum. The airport is very crowded, loud, and has so much going on it overwhelmed him and he started to scream cry, flail and feel to the ground. I realized what was happening and helped him off the ground. I grabbed his headphones and gave him my phone to listen to his favorite music while I walked him to a secluded area. Once I got him to a quiet place I brought out his book and cars that he loves to play with and line up. He started to calm down and focus on his cars and my mom and siblings were able to get everything ready to get on the plane. I waited with him and kept him calm and when we got on the airplane I wrapped him up in his weighted blanket, played with him with his cars and play-dough and gave him a snack and he kept my phone to listen to music. He was so happy and grateful to feel relaxed and my mother was so thankful that I helped her when she was trying to get us all coordinated on the ride. The rest of the plane ride went smoothly and all it took was patience and the will to help him. '

Think of the person who was most meaningful to you growing up. What made them special to you?

'My mother is the most meaningful person to me growing up and still is. She has done so much for my family and sacrificed a lot to take care of all of her 4 kids as a single mother. Watching her work and got to school all day and then come home and take care of us after a long day I knew was hard for her and I would even try to help lighten her load, but she still never stopped putting in 110%. We lived with my grandparents after my mom got divorced and I watched her work endless hours, attend every sporting event all of her kids participated in, and was always there when we needed her and she always had a smile on her face. Her smiling through it all really made a difference to all of us. She worked so hard to get us our own house, and even though we had to share rooms, we were okay with that because we know how hard she worked for it. My mother is the most caring, loving, hardworking, committed, honest and beautiful person inside and out that I have ever met. '

Please share one or two memories that you had with that person.

'One memory I have of my mother was when she came home to my grandparents house after a long day of work and school and sat all four of us, her kids, down on the couch. She told us that she would be graduating from school in two weeks and that she had saved enough money from working while going to school that she was able to get us a house. We all started crying with joy and I was so proud of her. I couldn't believe that my mother raising four kids on her own was able to graduate from school, take amazing care of us and surprise us with a home that was ours, which we hadn't had in three to four years. The next day she showed us the house and I could see how truly happy she was that she finally did it. It was a big moment for my family that I will never forget. '

How can I help create a supportive and positive work experience for you?

'You can create a supportive and positive work experience by providing me with all information needed to properly care for a specific client, providing the proper training when/if need, and being able to answer any questions that I may have.'

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