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Chervon Koeune

Reliable, caring, and efficent CNA looking to assist part-time

Home Care Worker

Looking within 25 miles of Louisville, KY.

Home Care Worker in Louisville

Hello! I have 4 years of customer service experience (restaurant work), as well as 3 years of working with the elderly. I assisted my grandmother in her home as she cared for elderly women, and had duties such as feeding, giving medication, assisting to the restroom, helping with exercise (walking), and dressing. I am currently a CNA (Nursing Assistant), having just completed my Certification with Top Care CNA Training. I'm an extremely hard worker, always striving to find the most efficient and effective way to do my job, and have the patience to handle any kind of problems that may arise. I have been self-employed for the past two as a Birth Doula, supporting Pregnant women and their partners. I continue to do my Doula work, but now it is of a part-time nature and more sporadic. Education: Harlan Independent High School 420 East Central Street, Harlan, KY 40831 Availability: Open

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