I've recently got experience attending psychology patients during my university practices, most of them who had physical impairment or emotional disorders. I studied at University of Granada, Spain.
In Manchester, I've been working as a nanny for special needs children (autism and ADHD) and as an aupair companion (elderly couple, multiple sclerosis and dementia). I was flexible with my ROTA time, working very motivated and committed, able to understand and assist them with physical and mental disabilities, be patient and always showing a person-centred approach.
My intention applying for this role as a support worker, is to get more experience as I am planning to study general nursing the next year. I consider I am a non-judgmental person; I’m very interested in learn how to improve health and well-being in people who has learning disabilities and physical impairment in all emotional, social, daily tasks and physical care aspects.
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