My 13 years experience in caring and assisting people who can't do for themselves. My characters (trustworthy, reliable, responsible, accountable, caring) shows me with so much compassion for the people I serve makes me a great Caregiver/Personal Assistant/CNA.
I became a CNA/Caregiver/Personal Assistant because I enjoy taking care of people who have lost their ability to handle their basic needs.
I like being a CNA/Cargiver/Personal Assistant cause I take comfort in knowing that I make people comfortable as possible, put a smile on their face, and help improve the quality of life for them during what can be a trying time in their life.
One personal achievement I am proud of is being the main role, for 6 years, in helping a man regains a positive outlook on/for his life after suffering a Stroke that left him with paralized on his right side, wheel chair bound, and told that he would never walk again. I committed myself to be his leaning tower(Personal Assistant/Caregiver). After 5 years of going to Physical and Occupational therapies 3 times a week with him, learning the exercises, then assisting him with these exercises in his home.he is no longer wheel chair bound, he walks 2 miles a day , he drive his vehicle, he's continues exercising in a gym, and he's no longer depress about his ability but encourage others living with a disability.
* The Client is #1, truthful, loyal, on time
* Patience, quality of work, dependability, good reporting
* Communication, pleasant, patient
* Good listener, observant, caring
* Don't bring personal problems to client's environment, don't be bossy, adjust your approach to the client
* Tolerant, patient, humble, able to work with tough clients
* Really care about your job, good listener, involve them in their care, teamwork
* Ready to learn, customize your care, client is your priority, use all your heart
* Passion for adult care, patient, good listening skills, and cooperative
* Treat your client as if they are your own family
* Patience, love your work, kind, rapport with client, CNA skills
* Love your neighbors as yourself, need to love to work for older individuals, show clients your compassion
* Patience, heart for the work, and humanity in general
* Passion, client comes first, treat them as you would your own family
* Comes from your heart, love for the elderly, listen, don't argue, do it their way and learn
* Don't take anything personally
* Show them that you care, let them know you are there for them, show them love
* Patience, nurturing ability, listen, anticipate their needs, simplify/make things easier
* Loving heart, treat them as you would your parent, don't get offended
* Allow them privacy, listen to what they want
* It's not about the money, loving/servant heart, patience, like the work, problem solvers
* Love your job, patience, be nice and courteous, put their needs before your own