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I am interested in working with any company that will utilize my experience and skills as I jointly contribute in meeting the psychosocial and health needs of our targetted clients.

Home Care Aide

Minneapolis, MN

About Me


Personal & Home Services


Home Care Aide

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Minneapolis, MN

Work Experiences

11/2008 - 4/2009

Impact System, Inc

Entry Level

  • •Assist female clients with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, food preparation, and social and community activities. •Monitor progress and assist with treatment plans •Engage residents in routines of daily living. •Maintain a safe and secure environment for residents. •Provide encouragement and support to residents with the education and therapeutic programming.

4/2008 - 4/2009

Staffing Plus, Inc

Entry Level

  • •Assist MR and MH clients with personal care including dressing, bathing, diet, daily hygiene skills, general appearance and financial management. •Serve as a team member. •Write progress notes pertinent to events related to the individual’s “quality of life”. •Prepare and cook meals, as necessary. •Perform daily household maintenance, including laundry, cleaning, administering and monitoring medications and meal preparation. •Provide transportation, as necessary. •Assist in the implementation of recreational activities. •Perform immediate action procedures to ensure safety of individuals.

4/2008 - 11/2008

Woods Services

Entry Level

  • •Responsible for the care and supervision of a group of clients in the Residential and/or Day Program areas. •Responsible for establishing a positive, supportive relationship with clients. •Responsible for providing a warm, homelike atmosphere throughout the Residential Unit and assist clients in maintaining their personal spaces/possessions. •Responsible for notifying immediate supervisor of any deficiency his/her assigned area and/or unit which may be in violation of regulations/standards which govern the facility or violation of the 6400/2800 Regulations.

6/2006 - 10/2007

national Rescue Committee (IRC-Liberia Program), West Africa


  • •Monitored and supervised schools within my Area of Responsibility (AOR) through collaborative approach with the local authorities of the Ministry of Education – DEO. •Monitored and supervised the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP), Adult Literacy Program, and the conventional Education Program lunched by the IRC in collaboration with the MOE of Liberia-Africa. •Organized and facilitated teachers, mentors and administrators Training Workshop as a means of upgrading capacities and other teaching methodologies. •Provided support to schools within my AOR and gave feedback by designing various schools’ statistical forms. •Organized and monitored the activities of the Girls Social Club as well as other female and women community clubs that encourage Gender Equity and bring about increase in female recruitment, enrolment, retention and completion of school. •Organized and trained community based groups (PTA/CTA/CBO) empowering them so that they can consider themselves as drivers and contributing stakeholders in our collaborative approach in developing schools and thereby creating a sound and conducive learning environment after the civil war. •Developed schools supplies matrix/forms for onward distribution of school supplies as well as administrative and teachers’ supplies. •In close collaboration with payroll department, updated listing of teachers and ensured that teachers’ incentives payroll are submitted on time. •In close collaboration with Logistics, monitored school construction sites by encouraging community involvement and participation. •Tracked and monitored Program budget. •Write monthly, donor reports as well as Project Proposal

5/2004 - 6/2005

Save the Children-USA/Guinea Program. West Africa


  • •Supervised the team of protection animators •Using the Convention on the Rights of the Child (crc) to advocate for the safe survival of war affected youth and women; thereby creating a supportive environment for their existence and survival. •Sensitized the Refugee community on gender sensitivity and protection concerns. •Organizing mass awareness campaign soliciting community members’ participation on the rights of the child. •Planned home visitation, identification and subsequent documentation of protection concerns; as well as, the referral mechanism and protocol-confidentiality, follow-up etc. •Counseling both survivors of violence as well as the perpetrators. •Represented SCF/USA during IP and security meeting with other partners and donors.