Araceli , BSc. Health & Social Care Nationality: British Profile: An enthusiastic, flexible and motivated worker with the ability to work effectively within a team setting or individually, committed to achieving excellence. Additionally, have excellent interpersonal skills with proven organizational ability, a hard worker, confident, reliable with good communication skills that can effectively conveys information verbally and in writing. A caring, patient and understanding individual that is outgoing, sociable and sports minded. Other skills include knowledge in Computer Packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and advance knowledge of Windows Environment. Education & Qualification September 2006- June 2009, Roehampton University, London UK, BSc in Health and Social Care October 2004- June 2005, Open University, London, UK, Certificate in Health and Social Care Background: Previously worked as a nursery nurse before embarking to social care career that lead to a qualification in Health and Social Care while working as a domiciliary care/support worker since March 2006 and a volunteer with a charitable organization that supports vulnerable people living within the community of Fulham as a Be-friender/Visitor and support worker for housebound and older people with physical and mental disability and also an active volunteer and member of Church of our Lady, Stephendale Road in Fulham, London. Experience: Assisting with personal care, washing bathing, escorting travelling companion, showering , oral care, grooming, toileting, continence management, using Manual handling equipment as specified for people with mobility problem, working with other care professionals such as District Nurses and GPs, assisting with prescribed medication, housekeeping, laundry, shopping and supplies management, cooking, preparation of meals and assistance with feeding, exercising good hygiene techniques and communicating successfully.
Present Occupation: Part-time care/support worker for elderly people with physical and mental health disability. Work involved visiting housebound elderly people, assisting with their daily needs such as personal care, preparing meals, shopping, accompanying them with their appointments and providing other types of support to enable service user to maintain themselves while promoting their choice and independence with respect and dignity. References: Available on request.