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I became a caregiver due to my father becoming sick three years ago and took care of him at home rather than hospitalization. I find in home care to be more personal and compassionate care. I also feel that people recover faster when surrounded with their familiar items. I love the fact of being helpful and feel that i am giving back to a generation that is wise and strong and should be respected for what they have left for the younger generations. I started a flower garden for elderly and youths five years ago and it was a beautiful experience for the young who had never gardened and for the elderly; some who had no grandchildren. I believe that in life you can learn a lot from the past. I love history and being around to lend a helping hand. I have worked for several non profit organizations as a director and have excellent references and people skills.I am trustworthy and dependable, work well under pressure, take constructive criticism well and a great team player.
I am a dual major student at Alabama State University studying Social work and Psychology with a 3.76 GPA. I am very kind and I love working with people. Before I move to Montgomery. I moved in with my grandparents for 5 years and cared for them every since. I loved being able to transport them different places , caring for them , and keeping them in good health. That attracted me to wanting to become and expand my experience as a caregiver.
I'm a great caregiver because I love the elderly they are wise people.the reason i became an care giver was because my son was very sickly and I was always in the hospital with him for his chronic illness that he had.I also love being a caregiver because some day someone is going to return the love to me that I've gave to there love ones.
I am 20 years old, and I wanted to become a caregiver because I thoroughly enjoy helping people in need. I plan to become a Registered Nurse so I can further my career in care giving. I am patient when it comes to taking care of the elderly, I am highly respectful of them and let them set the pace when there is a certain everyday living activity we are accomplishing; I do my best to encourage them and let them make decisions about their care so they can stay as independent as possible, and it is my personal goal each day to walk in with a smile on my face to ensure that my patient and their families know I am more than happy to help them in any way that I can. I am also very understanding when it comes to families worrying about certain things with their lived one(s) and do my best to assure them that I will always keep my patient's best interest at heart. I do my best to comfort families during the grieving process when their loved one(s) pass away by praying for them and telling them they will be in my prayers, and that God will be with them through the difficult time.
At 69 years old I am blessed to be able to continue with my choice of a care-giving career. Before retiring from teaching I decided to give care giving a try by working that summer with Home Instead Services. This experience prepared me and solidified the desire to offer my help to senior citizens. I am fulfilling a call to this area of service just like I did to teaching. I have made lasting and dear friendships through this choice.
I have been a certified nursing assistant since 1993. I have worked in nursing homes, home health and hospice. I currently work as a caretaker for a couple in Sylacauga. I feel that I am very compassionate about my work. I love my patients and families. I do tend to get attached some because I genuinely care about my patients and their well being. I love being able to help people. I honestly didn't know what I was getting into when I was 20 years old but after over 20 years I wouldn't trade it for anything. I have always been told that I was in the right field of work. I have always had great reviews and compliments from my patients and their families.
I became a caregiver because I love to help the elderly and help them in there everyday life. I enjoy their company and enjoy the stories they tell and their knoknowledge. My personal achievements I am proud of is graduating highschool and going to nursing school. I am 22 and I love what I do . I am a CNA and I have been certified for 4 YEARS. I am currently working at sylacauga health and rehab .
My husband had a severe head trauma in 1997. I retired early from Bellsouth to take care of him. He passed away in 2012. I realized how much I enjoyed caring for others from being his Caregiver for 15 years. I love making their days happier and filled with someone caring for just them. My last patient passed away a few weeks ago, I took care of her for almost a year. Her family and her told me that she was always happy to see me show up, and they were happy that she was enjoying our visits, and felt comfortable going to work and leaving her with me. I am a caring, compassionate person who truly enjoys helping others.
Hello my name is Gabrielle Harris I'm 22 years old and I have been a certified nursing assistant since I've graduated in 2014. Being a cna/caregiver just comes natural to me. It's just in my nature to take care of people that need the help. I have a very caring spirit it's what keeps me going. I am CPR certified and I have no kids so I have a very flexible schedule. I only have one other obligation and that's on Monday - Wednesday from 6am-6pm. I hope to hear from you soon.
I believe once people have overlooked my tattoos, they see what type of heart and love I have for helping people. I've been taking care of people born with intellectual disabilities for almost three years now. I left school like most kids and home schooled to help with my great grandmother and I loved seeing her being took care of properly.
I am a very responsible person. Very dependable and reliable. I enjoy that care the Elderly just as my love ones. Very patient and calm person. Effectively work with family and most of all the family member in a professional manner while maintaining confidentiality in accordance to Hippa regulations.
What makes me a great caregiver? I am very alert, my number one priority is making sure the senior I am caring for is taken care of to the fullest extent, enjoy helping others, I have a huge heart, I make it a priority to be on time to my shift. the world needs more people who enjoy caring for the elderly and that's why I started caregiving, it truly is the best choice I have made, I am proud to say I am a caregiver. seniors have more wisdom than I could ever imagine having at my age, having a conversation with the senior I am caring for is the most enjoyable part of caregiving.