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Vickie n

Vickie N

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300 miles away | London, E12

12 years of experience

217 hours worked

I have a sense of humor and love working with service users to ensure personal independence is achieved with a people-centered approach through the services and support I provide. I am a very patient and organized person. I am a flexible person and patient as well. Below are some of the projects I h...More I have a sense of humor and love working with service users to ensure personal independence is achieved with a people-centered approach through the services and support I provide. I am a very patient and organized person. I am a flexible person and patient as well. Below are some of the projects I have worked on and currently working on part-time with an Autistic service user. My hobbies are going out for walk, reading, listening to the news, and playing games with service users. Autism Support Worker: Private Care Arrangement: Bank 2016- Present • I support an autism service user in East London • Assist with personal care, toileting, laundry, and ironing • Feeding and preparing meals • Interacting with the service user especially joining in singing • Culm and manage hunger behavior • Taking service the user for walks, swimming, and attending music classes. • Accompany service user to church • Managing social behavior and communication difficulties. Care Home Bank Staff 2012-2020 • Prompting medication • Feeding and preparing meals • Report writing about the service user’s wellbeing • Following care plans and addressing problems at the office where necessary. • Sit-in services for a service user when other support carers when off duty. Residential home: Bank Care Staff 2011-2012 • Was responsible for residents at night, ensuring all were safe and monitored from falls and other accidents. • Provided personal care throughout the night and in the morning hours. • Prepared reports for individual care plans for monitoring purposes and for the next incoming support worker. • Prepared breakfast for residents and fed those who could not feed themselves. • Ensured the rooms were tied up and the laundry for washing. • I responded to residents' calls if the panic buttons went off. Health Care: (Bank weekend) 2013-2016 • Visit service users’ homes and help with domiciliary care such as personal care. • Prompting medication • Feeding and preparing meals • Report writing about the service user’s wellbeing • Following care plans and addressing problems at the office where necessary. • Sit-in services for a service user when other support carers when off duty. Residential home: Bank Care Staff 2011-2012 • I was responsible for residents in the night, by ensuring all were safe and monitored from falls and any other accidents. • Provided personal care throughout the night and in the morning hours. • Prepared reports for individual care plans for monitoring purposes and for the next incoming support worker. • Prepared breakfast for residents and fed those who could not feed themselves. • Ensured the rooms were tied up and the laundry for washing. • I responded to residents' calls if the panic buttons went off.

Short notice care

Short notice care

£25 per hour

Overnight

Sleeping

£80 per 8 hour

Waking

£18 per hour

Live-in

Part time

£150 per day

Full time

£1050 per week

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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Vickie n is insured for care work carried out through Curam platform
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Two reference checks available on request from the carer

I have a sense of humor and love working with service users to ensure personal independence is achieved with a people-centered approach through the services and support I provide. I am a very patient and organized person. I am a flexible person and patient as well. Below are some of the projects I h...More I have a sense of humor and love working with service users to ensure personal independence is achieved with a people-centered approach through the services and support I provide. I am a very patient and organized person. I am a flexible person and patient as well. Below are some of the projects I have worked on and currently working on part-time with an Autistic service user. My hobbies are going out for walk, reading, listening to the news, and playing games with service users. Autism Support Worker: Private Care Arrangement: Bank 2016- Present • I support an autism service user in East London • Assist with personal care, toileting, laundry, and ironing • Feeding and preparing meals • Interacting with the service user especially joining in singing • Culm and manage hunger behavior • Taking service the user for walks, swimming, and attending music classes. • Accompany service user to church • Managing social behavior and communication difficulties. Care Home Bank Staff 2012-2020 • Prompting medication • Feeding and preparing meals • Report writing about the service user’s wellbeing • Following care plans and addressing problems at the office where necessary. • Sit-in services for a service user when other support carers when off duty. Residential home: Bank Care Staff 2011-2012 • Was responsible for residents at night, ensuring all were safe and monitored from falls and other accidents. • Provided personal care throughout the night and in the morning hours. • Prepared reports for individual care plans for monitoring purposes and for the next incoming support worker. • Prepared breakfast for residents and fed those who could not feed themselves. • Ensured the rooms were tied up and the laundry for washing. • I responded to residents' calls if the panic buttons went off. Health Care: (Bank weekend) 2013-2016 • Visit service users’ homes and help with domiciliary care such as personal care. • Prompting medication • Feeding and preparing meals • Report writing about the service user’s wellbeing • Following care plans and addressing problems at the office where necessary. • Sit-in services for a service user when other support carers when off duty. Residential home: Bank Care Staff 2011-2012 • I was responsible for residents in the night, by ensuring all were safe and monitored from falls and any other accidents. • Provided personal care throughout the night and in the morning hours. • Prepared reports for individual care plans for monitoring purposes and for the next incoming support worker. • Prepared breakfast for residents and fed those who could not feed themselves. • Ensured the rooms were tied up and the laundry for washing. • I responded to residents' calls if the panic buttons went off.

Specialist care

Early stage dementia Incontinence Physical disabilities Autism spectrum disorder Continence/incontinence +2

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 Meal prep +1

Languages spoken

Interests and hobbies

Computers & Technology Cooking Current affairs Exercise Food & Wine 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

Vickie n is insured for care work carried out through Curam platform
See details
Two reference checks available on request from the carer

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