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Tari C's Profile
Tari c

Tari C

Last active a few weeks ago

268 miles away | Houghton regis, LU5

15 years of experience

28+ hours worked

A caring lady, who has a passion for care. I am also an adaptable, and responsible mature lady with substantial experience of working with health and social care industry. I am also educated, qualified and also have experience in business admin/management field. I have a 1st degree in BA (HONS)...More A caring lady, who has a passion for care. I am also an adaptable, and responsible mature lady with substantial experience of working with health and social care industry. I am also educated, qualified and also have experience in business admin/management field. I have a 1st degree in BA (HONS) Business Studies and an Master Level degree in Business Management. My experience in care goes back to 2002 when I came to this country where I have worked in care, as a health care assistant. My first job was with GHC, during those days, I attended a course where I obtained a diploma in health care and disability management. I realised that I was drawn more into care that the other professional. So, I decided to keep the 2 jobs, Care job was mainly from 6pm- 10pm, where I did domiciliary care, supporting vulnerable adults and children. Weekends I would work from morning to night. Some of the roles i have covered in care are Senior Carer evenings only, On call Manager, Health Care Assistant, Senior Support worker evenings only, and presently I work as Renal Technician which is a domiciliary care job, where I deliver high quality assisted automated PD(AaPD) and Continuous Ambulatory PD(CAPD) . In this process I work in the community , setting up stripping off the dialysis bags for home based service users. I also programme the machine to be inline with the prescription from Renal Ward/ from PD Nurses or Doctors. I also conduct patients observations after dialysis, taking their BP, Weight and exit site care. During this process I monitor and report any concerns to the PD Ward . I always combine my studies with my 2jobs showing myself to be self-motivated, organised and capable of working under pressure. I have a clear, logical mind and a practical approach to problem solving, and a drive to see things through to completion. I am a people’s person, enjoy working with people, and a natural ability to motivate those I come in contact with. The services users I work with, can attest to that. Through my careers my roles have always required me to observe my practice in accordance with the ethical and legal framework which ensure that I advocate client’s interests for e.g. When I worked I homeless department as a senior adviser Scheme Manager. I established and maintained effective working relationship with vulnerable individuals, families, and client groups which at many times was very difficult, stressful as their issues were complex and very sensitive. For e.g., at times, I had approved a very difficult decision not to provided alternative accommodation to someone who might be faced with homeless. At the same time promoting equality and diversity and respect for people’s human rights. I did this by: - Treating all staff and service users fairly - Creating an inclusive culture for staff and clients - Equal opportunities and access for all in order to develop their full potential - Equipping staff users with skills to challenge equality( ensure the department website was update on FOI, our policies and procedures being displayed for clients to have access, and if there not happy with services provided or they have a complaint about my staff members, - they had a write to complain and this will be investigated thorough; These groups of clients where from different backgrounds, sex, gender, races, colour, and I have to treat them with respect, equally, fairly, and creating an inclusive culture for all staff and the clients. I realised I had a passion for care, and this was due to the feedback I was getting from service users I was working for, their families and even family encouraged me to pursue my passion. Working as a carer ( 2nd job) is fulfilling especially when I put a smile on a service users face, when I get praises from nurses i have never met( after the families sing praises about my services) gives me more reason to pursue care industry

Hourly

Daily

20 per hour

Short notice care

Short notice care

25 per hour

Overnight

Sleeping

160 per 8 hour

Waking

22 per hour

My rates are negotiable.

Carers availability

Hourly (days)

M Monday
T Tuesday
W Wednesday
T Thursday
F Friday
S Saturday
S Sunday

Sleeping night (days)

M Monday
T Tuesday
W Wednesday
T Thursday
F Friday
S Saturday
S Sunday

Waking night (days)

M Monday
T Tuesday
W Wednesday
T Thursday
F Friday
S Saturday
S Sunday

Vetted & approved

All Curam carers go through a comprehensive checking process before they receive our “Vetted & approved” status

DBS/PVG/NI Access

Enhanced

Interview status

Interviewed

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Tari c is insured for care work carried out through Curam platform
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A caring lady, who has a passion for care. I am also an adaptable, and responsible mature lady with substantial experience of working with health and social care industry. I am also educated, qualified and also have experience in business admin/management field. I have a 1st degree in BA (HONS)...More A caring lady, who has a passion for care. I am also an adaptable, and responsible mature lady with substantial experience of working with health and social care industry. I am also educated, qualified and also have experience in business admin/management field. I have a 1st degree in BA (HONS) Business Studies and an Master Level degree in Business Management. My experience in care goes back to 2002 when I came to this country where I have worked in care, as a health care assistant. My first job was with GHC, during those days, I attended a course where I obtained a diploma in health care and disability management. I realised that I was drawn more into care that the other professional. So, I decided to keep the 2 jobs, Care job was mainly from 6pm- 10pm, where I did domiciliary care, supporting vulnerable adults and children. Weekends I would work from morning to night. Some of the roles i have covered in care are Senior Carer evenings only, On call Manager, Health Care Assistant, Senior Support worker evenings only, and presently I work as Renal Technician which is a domiciliary care job, where I deliver high quality assisted automated PD(AaPD) and Continuous Ambulatory PD(CAPD) . In this process I work in the community , setting up stripping off the dialysis bags for home based service users. I also programme the machine to be inline with the prescription from Renal Ward/ from PD Nurses or Doctors. I also conduct patients observations after dialysis, taking their BP, Weight and exit site care. During this process I monitor and report any concerns to the PD Ward . I always combine my studies with my 2jobs showing myself to be self-motivated, organised and capable of working under pressure. I have a clear, logical mind and a practical approach to problem solving, and a drive to see things through to completion. I am a people’s person, enjoy working with people, and a natural ability to motivate those I come in contact with. The services users I work with, can attest to that. Through my careers my roles have always required me to observe my practice in accordance with the ethical and legal framework which ensure that I advocate client’s interests for e.g. When I worked I homeless department as a senior adviser Scheme Manager. I established and maintained effective working relationship with vulnerable individuals, families, and client groups which at many times was very difficult, stressful as their issues were complex and very sensitive. For e.g., at times, I had approved a very difficult decision not to provided alternative accommodation to someone who might be faced with homeless. At the same time promoting equality and diversity and respect for people’s human rights. I did this by: - Treating all staff and service users fairly - Creating an inclusive culture for staff and clients - Equal opportunities and access for all in order to develop their full potential - Equipping staff users with skills to challenge equality( ensure the department website was update on FOI, our policies and procedures being displayed for clients to have access, and if there not happy with services provided or they have a complaint about my staff members, - they had a write to complain and this will be investigated thorough; These groups of clients where from different backgrounds, sex, gender, races, colour, and I have to treat them with respect, equally, fairly, and creating an inclusive culture for all staff and the clients. I realised I had a passion for care, and this was due to the feedback I was getting from service users I was working for, their families and even family encouraged me to pursue my passion. Working as a carer ( 2nd job) is fulfilling especially when I put a smile on a service users face, when I get praises from nurses i have never met( after the families sing praises about my services) gives me more reason to pursue care industry

Specialist care

Early stage dementia Late stage dementia COPD Accident rehabilitation Stroke Physical disabilities children Parkinson's disease Incontinence Physical disabilities Autism spectrum disorder Mental health Brain injuries Spinal injuries Cerebral palsy PEG feeding Catheter care Palliative care Schizophrenia Huntington's disease Motor neurone disease Down's syndrome Diabetes Arthritis Multiple sclerosis Learning disability Eating disorders Bipolar disorder Depression Epilepsy Visual and hearing impairments Self-harm Obsessive compulsive disorder Borderline personality disorder Stoma care Dysphagia Anaphylaxis Continence/incontinence Anxiety Hoisting +36

Personal care

Dressing/undressing Bathroom assistance Personal care

Mobility assistance

Exercise Eating and drinking assistance Moving and Handling

Companionship and house tasks

Medical prompting Housekeeping Companionship +1

Languages spoken

Interests and hobbies

Art/Culture Computers & Technology Cooking Crosswords Exercise Movies Music Reading Sport Travel
Has driving licence
Owns a car
Pet friendly
Non-smoker

Qualification

Care related NVQ/QCF level 4/5

Vetted & approved

All Curam carers go through a comprehensive checking process before they receive our “Vetted & approved”status

DBS/PVG/NI Access

Enhanced

Interview status

Interviewed

Photo comparison

Verified

Tari c is insured for care work carried out through Curam platform
See details
Two checkable references available on request from the carer

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