With several years of expertise in childcare and education, this babysitter is passionate and caring. Having the patience, flexibility, and confidence to supervise both large and small groups of kids. Immediately following delivery, initial newborn care and assisting mothers with the breastfeeding process and create thorough care plans for expectant moms and new babies. Excellent bedside care and evaluation abilities, as well as the ability to recognize and put into practice appropriate preventative care. enhances mother-child relationships by offering dependable support and instruction through therapeutic communication. Together with other healthcare professionals, work to maintain the continuation of high-quality patient care.
Summary of Qualification
Strive to maintain high level of creative engagement across every educational level
Maintain constant supervision of children. Certified to administer first-aid or other health if necessary
Extremely flexible day time and night time schedule
Exceptional maturity and patience in handling difficult situations children
Outstanding skills in performing first aid and CPR as needed
Additional Professional Trainings
Pediatric Essential Care
Basic Life Support Training
Prepare meals according to instructions provided by parents, feed infants on a predefined schedule and guide them to feed themselves when necessary
Change diapers and bathe infants, introduce infants to activities and toys aimed at the physical and cognitive development.
Manage infants’ social, emotional, and physical needs, rock and verbally comfort infants when they are agitated.
Talk to infants to facilitate relationship building, ensure that all toys provided are clean and safe for infants to use.
Perform emergency procedures such as First Aid and CPR in the event of an emergency.
Perform laundry and ironing services of infants’ clothes, ensure that there is a constant supply of diapers and other baby products.
Perform grocery shopping activities aimed at buying the right food for infants.
Provide driving services to infants’ parents’ workplaces.
Build a curriculum based on the differing needs of infants (while working in a daycare setting).
Manage positive interaction activities targeted at providing stimulus, growth, and development.
Maintain daily records and reports for infants, communicate with parents or guardians regarding infants’ progress or problems.
Prepare various teaching materials in accordance with infants’ ages (while working in a daycare setting). Administer prescribed medication if the need arises.
Observe and report any significant behavioral patterns to the parents.