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Posted in Babysitting on 31st October 2010

question by Karla : How can I have my “baby sitting” job description on a professional resume
I am the babysitter for a 13-year-old girl who is rather severe disabilities. The young girl who has autism and I sit very low on the spectrum scale. She is nonverbal, semi house trained and politically is old about the level of a 1.5 / 2 year. I’m the girl for two years and saw the responsibility that it has from the school bus after school, so that their dinner, they hold happy to help her in the bathroom, gave her her medicine, etc. They often tantrums where head banging, head-butting, biting, kicking, scratching, and often. Over time I saw the girl we have developed a good relationship and I have really learned to deal with it. I’m not sure how they put on a resume, so not sounding like a babysitting job. I am a graduate college and is looking into teaching jobs Best Answer.

response of David
autistic janitor. When asked about how to describe it, had to deal with their disabilities and worked to find ways to interact with her, although she was nonverbal. This experience has taught you patience, understanding, appreciation for those who are different and how a complex program that never manage to the same 2 days in a row. Never play down this kind of attention, as there is someone like you can teach how to do it with difficult (different) people manage complex tasks, dealing with obstacles and make you grow as a person. In a learning environment, this kind of experience is very relevant.


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