Last Employer: took care of my husband
After doing caregiving for about five years, I am not able to find employment in what I did before, which is office work. There has to be someone somewhere for whom I can benefit and still make enough money to put food on the table. Of the many schools that keep calling me, I have learned that I should be able to enroll for CNA certification within a week at any time, except that the advertised phone number in the local public paper has hung up on me twice and one of the last times, said, "It take two or three months to process applicants. Please call again in August or mid-July for classes beginning in September." Do you know math? Does this mean I am not wanted for their CNA certification program? EVERYONE around me and my husband said how excellent (is the) care I have given. No one has denied, otherwise.
People are comfortable with me. Giving 24/7 care is basically what I have done for the past 5 years. I prefer travel and going out, but I do not know how the process works in using a car for others. I am mostly wellread in non-fiction. I have had background in many different jobs, especially office, travel, restaurants, mailrooms, conferences, bookselling, teaching. One thing I do know. I do not want to care for a person if it means giving that person a germ to die from. I do not want to come by and spend my time with someone if the job is for the monetary income without regard for the health or happiness of the client. My dream is to share my knowledge of history in such a way that people's minds and hearts swell up with enthusiasm at such exciting stories. In the process, we would share marked joy and learn to read, speak, etc.