AvailabilityHourly or Live-In
Requested RateFrom $20 / hour
From $200 /day
About MeI came to the United States in 2007 and I decided to become a caregiver in 2014. I come from a big family so I'm used to being around a lot of people. I love to work with the elderly. I'm very responsible, and I love to make other people happy. It's nice knowing that I can make someone happy and it makes me feel good. I like to meet different people and learn about different cultures; it's very interesting. I always try to keep a positive attitude. I'm very good at cooking and cleaning, and I like to keep everything neat. In my spare time, I like to read. I'm also very active, and I love the theater.
" Where do I begin? Nino came to us during the last four months of my dear mother's life, from November 2015 until she finally passed in March 2016. She suffered so incredibly with late stage vulvar cancer. My mom had heart failure, hallucinations, a colostomy, and the remnants of a radical pelvic exenteration in attempts to save her life. My mom was very tough in the beginning, sometimes she was extremely mean to Nino. But Nino was tender with her, despite my mother's wrath. The patience and kindness that Nino gave to my mother was unbelievable. Nino was so devoted and gave her all of her her attention. More often then not, Nino rarely slept or changed out of her own bedclothes. Nino eventually slept in the room with mom, just in case she need her during the night. She gave Mom 100 percent and in return my mom grew to love and depend on Nino. When mom was completely incapacitated, Nino stayed by her side in the hospital, as her advocate until she finally passed away. I am beyond grateful to such an angel care for my mom during such a horrific time. Nino is a wonderful companion and beyond devoted to my entire family. Nino is a lovely, unique woman who in spite of what she sees every single day, has a good sense of humor and a tremendous capacity to love and care for others."
- Jane O., New York
" Nino was a fill-in, live-in caregiver for my in-laws. My mother-in-law had late stage Alzheimer's disease and was bedridden. She had bed sores from being inactive and was in hospice. My father-in-law was 95 years old and needed assistance with all of his daily living needs. Nino is a thoughtful and caring person with a gentle way about her. She was fabulous at anticipating the needs of my in-laws. Nino is friendly, considerate, and a good companion. She was so careful changing my mother-in-law and treating her bedsores. Nino would actually pick up my mother-in-law by herself, so as not to make her struggle or disturb her. She is a hard-working person with a big heart. Sometimes she spoke French with my father-in-law, which he really enjoyed. Although she spent a short time with them, her kindness and devotion will not be forgotten. I highly recommend her as a caregiver, she is truly one of a kind."
- Jeff P., New Jersey
02/2016 - 11/2016
03/2015 - 11/2015
04/2014 - 07/2014
Work LocationsNew York -- Manhattan
New Jersey -- Northern New Jersey
Degrees & Certificates
Home Health Aide, Licensed
Transportation to JobCan drive: Yes
Public Transportation: Yes