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      Hi Everyone
      I am attaching a resume from a worker who is looking for new clients to work one on one.
      I will also post it on

      Joshua Robins
      79 Colleen Street,
      Thornhill, Ontario
      L4J 5G6
      Phone: 416-841-8888

      Objective: To utilize my college education, my experience in
      the field, and resources to serve my clients to the
      best of my abilities.

      Highlights & Qualifications:
      More than 10 years experience in client service and
      Excellent interpersonal skills.
      Standard First Aid & CPR C
      Valid Drivers License & car
      Motivated to work both independently and as part of
      a team.

      Experience: March 2014 – present
      – responsible for assisting with intellectually disabled adults in a day program setting, i.e. personal care, hygiene, feeding, as well as the development and implementation of programming

      August 2013 – February 2014
      Private sitter at Vermont Square
      – responsible for accompanying residents into the
      community and to medical appointments

      May 2013 – July 2013
      Personal Support Worker student at Shepherd Village
      – responsible for care of patients in both the retirement facility and the long term care facility
      – duties included bed making, toileting, feeding, catheter measurements, etc.
      – total of 369 clinical hours

      July 1999 – September 2013
      Self-employed support worker
      – responsible for working one-on-one with special
      needs children
      – responsible for implementing programs such as
      Meals on Wheels and healthy eating with adults on
      a daily basis
      – responsible for picking up and dropping off
      individuals to and from their homes
      – responsible for assisting individuals with hygiene and other life skills

      September 2008 – March 2009
      Vaughan in Action Community Program
      – responsible for supervising intellectually
      disabled adults in a day program setting
      – responsible for creating stimulating programs on
      a daily basis
      – responsible for accompanying participants in the program to community activities such as bocce, bowling and Meals on Wheels

      Education: 2013 National Association College of Career Colleges,
      Personal Support Worker License, August, 2013
      Everest College, Diploma, Personal Support Worker,
      August 2013

      2006 Child and Youth Worker Diploma
      George Brown College

      Volunteer: 2007-2012 Villa Columbo Meals on Wheels

      References: Available upon request.

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